1 edition of French organ music to 1800 found in the catalog.
French organ music to 1800
|Statement||prepared by Lois I. Rowell.|
|LC Classifications||ML156.4.O6 R8 1988|
|The Physical Object|
Frédéric Champion won the Canadian International Organ Competition, a prestigious new competition in Montreal that plays an important role in recognizing and promoting the value of organ music. He was born in Lyon and has won many prizes and awards. This CD includes works by Widor, Duruflé, Alain, Dupré and Saint Saens. The French organ in the sixteenth century --Toward understanding the language of the "Jeux" --Registration in the pre-classical period () --The classical French organ --Registration in the classical period () --Toward the restoration of grace in early French organ ornamentation. Responsibility: Fenner Douglass.
He brought the art of the organ to a larger public and published with others The Organ and its Music in the Netherlands ; this lavish book was also available in Dutch, French and German versions (Mercatorfonds Antwerp; ); it treated the organ building (), organ music (Flor Peeters) and the social position of the. The little organ book. Organ music. [Sound recording] Durations, program notes by the organist and M. Mehl in French and English, and organ specifications (70 p. ill.) laid in. Contributor: Bach, Johann Sebastian Book/Printed Material.
By Jean Titelouze. Instrumentation: Organ Solo. The Organ and its Music in the Netherlands, by Peeters, Flor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Organ Its Music Netherlands - .
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A well written authoritative work supporting the history of pipe organ building, builders, the composers and music associated with France and nearby locations before Beyond its dry technical difficulty it is helpful if one already has a deep background and interest in the subjects presented.
Definitely for geeks like myself/5(4). The symphonic tradition in French organ music that was to find its first real expression in the works of César Franck had its roots in the period that followed the French Revolution of Cited by: 2.
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Improvisations; Italian. The Language of the Classical French Organ: A Musical Tradition BeforeNew and Expanded Edition ().pdf writen by Fenner Douglass: This authoritative study of the French classical organ is a major source for the interpretation of early French organ music.
For this new edition, the. Summary A survey of French organ music before is bound to recognise the unique flowering of the years to The repertory of this period is often referred to as ‘classical’, the term ‘baroque’ ill suiting, according to some commentators, the essential nature of its musical language.
French organ music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries was dominated by two currents: classicist and symphonic. Alexandre Guilmant, influenced by Bach, Beethoven and Mendelssohn, introduced the sonate pour orgue into the French repertoire.
The partially blind French organist and composer is known for his elegant style of writing, rich harmonies and respect for musical form. His output included six organ symphonies as well as over fifty other works for organ, however the finale to his first organ symphony truly captures his style and massively contributed to the organ symphony genre.
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The French organ school formed in the first half of the 17th century. It progressed from the strict polyphonic music of Jean Titelouze (c.
–) to a unique, richly ornamented style with its own characteristic forms that made full use of the French classical mental in establishing this style were Louis Couperin (c. –), who experimented with structure, registration.
Volume I is a basic textbook on the development of pipe organ composition in geographically diverse schools. Its nineteen chapters include charts of organ composers and a historical background of contemporary events and figures for each organ composition school.
Volume II gives biographical sketches of organ composers and an alphabetical list of each composer's works (including pagination. Presenting a fresh approach to French organ music, David Ponsford analyses the repertory from the reign of Louis XIV by genre.
The colourful French organ was so consistent in design that the very titles of pieces that were constituent parts of organ masses, Magnificats and suites prescribed the registrations: plein jeu, fugue, duo, récit, trio, fond d'orgue and grand jeu.
Nineteenth-century French organ music attracts an ever-increasing number of performers and devotees. The music of Cesar Franck and other distinguished composers-Boëly, Guilmant, Widor-and the impact upon this repertoire of the organ-building achievements of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, are here explored through stylistic analysis, the study of the compositional process, and Reviews: 2.
For the first time in English, an explanation is given of the role of mixtures in the plenum of the French instrument of the Classical e the plenum determines the very character of the organ, and because the mixtures exert the strongest influence upon its sonority, the reader will be able to understand why French composers were writing music for the plenum sharply different from.
Book Description: The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries witnessed the growth of a unique relationship between the French organ and the music written for it. Until recently, however, the roots of this precise musical tradition lay hidden in the sixteenth century.
A Brief Look At The French Classical Organ, Its Origins and German Counterpart by Lawrence Phelps Although the organ has its origins deep in antiquity and is known to have played an important role in the ceremonial life of the people in Ancient Rome, Greece, Egypt and Babylon, the instrument as we know it today - the "modern" organ - took shape in the Gothic period, particularly in the 14th.
xi, pages illustrations, charts, facsimiles, map, music 25 cm: Contents: The French organ in the sixteenth century --Toward understanding the language of the "Jeux" --Registration in the pre-classical period () --The classical French organ --Registration in the classical period () --Appendix A: Texts of sixteenth-century.
By Charles-Marie Widor. Organ Book. Charles-Marie Jean Albert Widor (Febru -- Ma ) was a French organist, composer and teacher, and was at the forefront of a revival in French organ music in the late 's.
The organ symphonies are his most significant contribution to the organ repertoire, and came about partly due to the. This authoritative study of the French classical organ is a major source for the interpretation of early French organ music. For this new edition, the author has added a chapter on touch in early French organs and its importance for practice.
The bibliography has also been extensively revised. Reviews of the previous edition: "The extensive and.Early s Music from Here is a list of pre Civil War music and songs that were written between Many of these early s melodies and arrangements are still remembered today for their significance and impact on culture.
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