SYMPHONIE-PASSION, Opus 23 The first symphony for organ was created by Cesar Franck, whose Grande Piece symphonique was completed by Symphonie-Passion Op. 23 ()  The influence of Marcel Dupré on organ playing and composition cannot be over-estimated, and. Alternate Names/Transliterations: Marcel Dupre. = Compositions by: Dupré, Marcel Vêpres du commun des fêtes de la Sainte Vierge, Op (Dupré, Marcel ).
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The Intermezzo in D Major is a scherzo in the spirit of Berlioz. Customers who bought this product also purchased. Tel fut le fondement de sa Symphonie-Passionop. August Total duration: The chant is presented alternately in choked phrases in the treble voice and single-note gasps in the lowest bass notes. One of the finest versions. A calmer and more lyrical theme follows, supported by chromatic harmonies swirling in serpentine lines. The analogue recording works in sympathy with this rather than standing in the way of our appreciation of such a fine cultural artefact.
Aside from a few fine works for aspiring organists such as the 79 Chorales op. He also wrote a method for organ2 treatises on organ improvisation andand books on harmonic analysiscounterpointfugueand accompaniment of Gregorian chantin addition to essays on organ building, acoustics, and philosophy of music.
During this time he wrote the Three Preludes and FuguesOp. Augustana Lutheran Church, Washington, D. Good performances from the likes of Janette Fishell on Naxos 8.
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The key action is mechanical direct linkage from the key to the valves which open to admit wind to the pipes. One of the most enjoyable. While in college he won numerous awards, including finalist or winner in several organ playing competitions. Mitts has held academic appointments at Cornell College in Mt. In a flash I had the vision of a symphony in four movements: This is a release packed with fine music.
The movement ends in abject silence. As a composer, he produced a wide-ranging oeuvre of 65 opus numbers. After a more chromatic middle section the Locrian melody returns, this time accompanied by roulades on the harmonic flute.
The stop action is electric, thus permitting a comprehensive combination action to control the stops. The Nativitywhich presents a striking contrast to the opening movement, is a triptyque that follows the biblical narrative: The achievement of these feats was partially due to his native genius and partially due to his extremely hard work doing paper exercises when he was not busy practising or composing.
Views Read Edit View history. This is a recording which exudes the vibrancy of composer and performer in a synergy rarely heard anywhere. In his memoirs the composer reflected on that occasion: The procession begins with a jagged ostinato repeated bass, over which a stark, slow-moving theme unfolds.
Russell the whole audience stood up, and I played in a state of excitement that I have passino known.
The weight of the Crucifixion is doom-laden beyond any other performance mentioned here, Cochereau defining the shape of the pedal lines with tragic clarity, the growing sense of angst and agony a grim but compulsively organic ordeal. He died in in Meudon near Paris. Eymphony works initially published by HW Gray and now out of print have begun to be reissued by Crescendo Music Publications.