French Romantic Organ Music

Romantic French & German Organ Music: Music By Jongen, Karg-elert, Dupre, Vierne, And Reger

Romantic French & German Organ Music: Music By Jongen, Karg-elert, Dupre, Vierne, And RegerASIN: B002C3INR0 /
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  • French Romantic Organ Music from St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh

    French Romantic Organ Music from St. Giles Cathedral, EdinburghASIN: B000006KI6 /
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  • Organ

    OrganASIN: B000QQXUJQ /
  • Big French Music Box

    Big French Music BoxASIN: B01H1IRMXQ /
  • Romantic French Organ Music from the Èglise Notre Dame & Èglise St. Pierre, Brussels

    Romantic French Organ Music from the Èglise Notre Dame & Èglise St. Pierre, BrusselsASIN: B072361NQ7 /
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  • Guilmant: Organ Symphony No. 2 / Widor: Organ Symphony No. 3 / Franck: Choral No. 2

    Guilmant: Organ Symphony No. 2 / Widor: Organ Symphony No. 3 / Franck: Choral No. 2ASIN: B00118FB90 /
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  • Organ Transcriptions and French Romantic Music from Liverpool Cathedral

    Organ Transcriptions and French Romantic Music from Liverpool CathedralASIN: B003TT064Y /
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  • Romantic French Organ Works

    Romantic French Organ WorksASIN: B002SJ11R2 /
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  • TV 34238S SAORGIN / RAYNAUD / DARASSE French organ Music Late Romantic Period LP

    TV 34238S SAORGIN / RAYNAUD / DARASSE French organ Music Late Romantic Period LPASIN: B0069UTME0 /
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  • Noëls romantiques et modernes (Romantic and Modern Christmas)

    Noëls romantiques et modernes (Romantic and Modern Christmas)ASIN: B00YZ2R0ES /
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  • Romantic French Fantasies

    Romantic French FantasiesASIN: B000003M5X /
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  • Liszt & Reubke: Organ Works

    Liszt & Reubke: Organ WorksASIN: B008YUWWYK /
  • Happy Organ / Dave Baby Cortez (His 2nd Album) (CD)

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    Comp Organ Music (CD)

    Comp Organ Music (CD)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicC.P.E Bach: Complete Organ Music / Luca Scandali / Composer: Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach / Performer: Luca Scandali organ / Number of Discs: 2 / Length: 2 Hours 6 Mins. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bachs interest in the organ would seem to be fairly limited, at least judging by the number of pieces he composed for the instrument. The reasons for this attitude could be personal and professional, but could also reflect the changing affections and the new sensibility of the period, since during his lifetime the organ underwent a phase of relative decline. Indeed, following the acme reached by Johann Sebastian Bach, the instrument sank into a phase of neglect in Germany during the second half of the 1700s. It was only in the early 19th century, in the name of Bach, that it once more became the focus of interest and enthusiasm, but it may also be that the son wished not to draw from the well which so resplendently bore his fathers name, preferring instead to tap new springs. Luca Scandali is an Italian organist who won, among other accolades, first prize at the Twelfth Paul Hofhaimer International Organ Competition in Innsbruck, a prize awarded only four times during the competitions 40-year history. Recorded in 2013. This release contains the complete music for organ by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, a relatively modest output, no doubt because of the decline of popularity the instrument in the 2nd half of the 18th century, and because of his new style, which is less dependent on rigorous counterpoint (the organs forte) than on a gallant and transparent melodic lines. The six organ sonatas are vintage CPE: full of good humor and the urge to experiment, brimming with energy and wit. Luca Scandali is one of Italys foremost organists, with an impressive discography of over 20 CDs, for quality labels CPO, Pierre Verany, Tactus and Brilliant.

    Four Organs / Phase Patterns (Vinyl)

    Four Organs / Phase Patterns (Vinyl)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicVinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of this 1971 release. Steve Reich remains one of the most important figures in 20th century music. Though he studied at the prestigious arts institutions Julliard and Mills College, by the mid-1960s Reich set about dismantling the very orthodoxy that he had been trained in. Four Organs is the ultimate minimalist composition. Performed by Reich, Phillip Glass, Art Murphy and Steve Chambers, four identical Farfisa organs strike a single chord and gradually lengthen each note to produce polyrhythms between the players. Anchored by Jon Gibsons stoically-steady pulse on maracas, the piece deconstructs its opening burst to a sustained mass of sound - stretching the tones to create (in Reichs words) slow-motion music. Inspired by Reichs early training on drums, Phase Patterns treats the keyboards like tuned percussion instruments: a basic rhythm pattern is played in unison and almost imperceptibly increases tempo to move out-of-sync. Each progressive cycle emphasizes unique figures that are not generated by an individual alone, but rather emerge from the communal expression of the group. Originally released on Shandar in 1971, Four Organs / Phase Patterns is one of the most highly regarded avant-garde recordings in the past 50 years. This CD release features cover photography by artist Michael Snow and is recommended for fans of Neu!, Glenn Branca and Tim Hecker.

    Complete Organ Music

    Complete Organ MusicCategory: French Romantic Organ Music05028421951058

    Organ Music

    Organ MusicCategory: French Romantic Organ MusicThe London-born Peter Racine Fricker was once a prominent figure on the British musical landscape but slipped from view after he took up a teaching post in California in 1964. This first-ever survey of his organ music reveals a vigorously contrapuntal style, one which reconciles a taste for crunchy dissonance with a strong sense of melodic direction, its moods ranging from angular elegance to fierce climaxes swirling with energy and glittering with light. The organist here is Tom Winpenny, Assistant Master of the Music at St. Albans Cathedral and one of Britains brightest young stars in the organ firmament. He was formerly Sub-Organist at St. Pauls Cathedral, and during this time he performed with the Cathedral Choir at the American Guild of Organists National Convention, performed in Mahlers Symphony No. 8 with Valery Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra, and played for many major state occasions. He has also broadcast regularly on BBC Radio and been featured on American Public Medias Pipedreams.


    C'est L'amour: Romantic French Classics / Various (CD)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicC'est L'Amour!: Romantic French Classics

    Minimal Music For Organ

    Minimal Music For OrganCategory: French Romantic Organ MusicJAN WELMERS - MINIMAL MUSIC FOR ORGAN / MARKUS GOECKE

    Organ Music (CD)

    Organ Music (CD)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicThe disc is rounded off with the imposing Fantasia in F minor. Described in Mozarts own catalogue of work as an organ piece for a clock, it was commissioned by Count Joseph Deym for a musical automaton that contained a small pipe organ. When transferred to an organ on the scale of that at the Church of Maria Vergine Immacolata in Gallo Cavour, Italy, where this recording was made, it takes on a certain grandeur, and exploits the various echo and dialogue effects of the instrument. Ivan Ronda is an organist particularly renowned for his authoritative interpretations, and is acknowledged for his fine technique. His tour of the UK took in such prestigious venues as Kings College Cambridge and Westminster Abbey, and he was the first Italian organist to record an album on the historic Baroque organ of the Johanniskirche in Lüneburg, an instrument known to J. S. Bach.

    Espressivo Music for Violin & Organ

    Espressivo Music for Violin & OrganCategory: French Romantic Organ MusicEspressivo Music for Violin and Organ Michal Sobieski has been a violinist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra since 1979, and has also appeared with the SPCO as soloist and chamber musician. In 1994, he won praise as soloist in Vivaldis The Four Seasons as a last-minute substitute for an ailing Iona Brown. He has performed on five Lifescapes Series recordings for Target Stores and taught violin at Gustavus Adolphus College from 1992 to 1996. Prior to joining the SPCO, Mr. Sobieski was concertmaster of the Canton Symphony Orchestra in Ohio, where he was first violin of the resident string quartet. He previously served as concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico and co-concertmaster of the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra in Venezuela. Born in Warsaw, Poland, Sobieski graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Music and was a member of the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, and leader and soloist of the well-known Polish chamber orchestra, Con Moto Ma Cantabile. Under the auspices of the Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Bureau, Mr. Sobieski made extensive tours of Poland as a soloist and recitalist. He came to the United States after winning a special diploma of honor at the 1970 Sibelius International Violin Competition and a subsequent fellowship to study at Indiana University. At Indiana he studied with Josef Gingold, served as Franco Gullis teaching assistant, and won the university violin competition. James Biery has served as Director of Music at the Cathedral of Saint Paul since 1996. Previously he held a similar position at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut. A Pi Kappa Lambda graduate of the Northwestern University School of Music in Evanston, Illinois, his principal organ teachers were Grigg Fountain and Wolfgang Rübsam. Mr. Biery holds the Choirmaster and Fellowship Certificates of the American Guild of Organists, winning the Fellowship Prize for his highest marks on the FAGO exam in 1986. He has over one hundred organ and choral compositions in print, published by MorningStar, Concordia, Augsburg Fortress, GIA, Oregon Catholic Press, and Boosey & Hawkes, and is the recipient of 2006, 2007, and 2008 ASCAPlus awards. He has recorded the music of Marcel Dupré for AFKA and Naxos. In August 2007, Mike and Jim played duo concerts in Poland and Germany. The Poland concerts were performed at the Holy Cross Church in Warsaw (where Chopins heart is entombed) and the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Poznan (the oldest Cathedral in Poland). In Germany, they performed at the Quirinus Münster in Neuss, St. Pauls sister city. Marilyn Biery is Associate Director of Music at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. She holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Northwestern University and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Minnesota. She is an organist, conductor, text writer, and composer. Her music is published by Alliance, Augsburg Fortress, Concordia, GIA and MorningStar. Twin Cities composer David Evan Thomas studied at Northwestern University, the Eastman School, and with Dominick Argento at the University of Minnesota. His work has been commissioned by the Minnesota Orchestra, honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and published by ECS, Augsburg Fortress and MorningStar. A few years ago, he served as composer-in-residence at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. The Cathedral of Saint Paul in St. Paul, Minnesota, is one of the nation

    Ceremonial Music for Trumpet & Organ (CD)

    Ceremonial Music for Trumpet & Organ (CD)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicCeremonial Music For Trumpet & Organ

    Comp Organ Music 3 (CD)

    Comp Organ Music 3 (CD)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicThis third installment of Bachs complete organ works presents a fine and balanced selection of the intimate and the magnificent: Chorale preludes alternate with some of the most glorious and substantial organ works ever written: Toccata & Fugue in D minor, Pièce dorgue BWV572 and the Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C major. For this recording organist Stefano Molardi chose a superb historical instrument, the Zacharias Hildebrandt organ (1728), in the St. Jacobikirche, Sängerhausen, Germany. Bach knew Hildebrandt well, and Molardis performance on this organ gives a particular quot;authenticquot; thrill to this recording. Stefano Molardi is unquestionably one of Italys foremost organists, scholar and conductors. His playing however is far from academic: lively phrased, with brisk tempi and articulations he shares the joy, wonderment and love for these eternal masterpieces!

    Organ Improvisations on Advent & Christmas Music (CD)

    Organ Improvisations on Advent & Christmas Music (CD)Category: French Romantic Organ MusicDetails Coming Soon

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    Cavaillé Coll Organ - Saint-Ouen Abbey Church - Final Symphony No 1 - Gerard Brooks

    French Romantic Organ Music composer, Alexandre Guilmant. .Gerard Brooks is one of the foremost performers and interpreters of French Romantic organ music. Saint-Ouen Abbey Church, also referred in English as Saint-Owen Abbey Church (French: Abbatiale Saint-Ouen), is a large Gothic Roman Catholic church in Rouen, Normandy, France, famous for both its architecture and its large, unaltered Cavaillé-Coll organ, which Charles-Marie Widor described as "a Michelangelo of an organ". Built on a sim...

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    French Romantic Organ Music

    9305 FRENCH MASTERWORKS FOR ORGAN Diane Bish performs great organ works by French composers at Coral Ridge Church in Fort Lauderdale in a program of brilliance and musical inspiration. Selections include: Pierne "Prelude-Toccata," Vierne "Finale from Symphony No. 1," Widor "Allegro from Symphony No. 5," Mulet "Toccata on Thou Art the Rock."