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  1. Mamuro says:
    L'Orgue Mystique Alt ernative. Title Composer Tournemire, Charles: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Opp, 56, 57 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. ICT 7 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 51 Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. First Pub lication. Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Romantic: Piece Style Romantic Composer: Tournemire, Charles.
  2. Gardami says:
    Info & track listings. When Tournemire began work on l Orgue Mystique in he was 57 years old. As organist of the Basilica of Sainte-Clotilde for almost thirty years, and successor of the legendary C & eacute ; sar Franck, he was universally recognised as a towering presence in the Parisian organ world, and the greatest living master of the art of improvisation.
  3. Daishakar says:
    Aug 21,  · A little while ago I acquired the first CD set (Cycle de Noël) of Georges Delvalleé's complete L'Orgue Mystique recording. The liner notes explain the concept of Tournemire's work - to supply music written in a quasi-improvisatory style using appropriate plainchant for each Sunday of the year - and the musical writing appeals to me greatly, although I get the impression that it's music that.
  4. Daisar says:
    That work is l'Orgue Mystique or The Mystical Organ. Tournemire lived from to He was a professor of harmony at the Paris Conservatory and the organist at St. Clotilde (Cesar Franck's church). Tournemire was a student of Franck and went on to teach Langlais, Messiaen and Durufle (names familiar to those in the organ world).
  5. Moogurisar says:
    Charles Tournemire's magnum opus is "L'Orgue Mystique," composed between 19and consisting of 51 plainchant-based offices of five movements each for all but one of the services in the annual Catholic Church calendar. Organist and composer Sandro R. Müller has been steadily working Price: $
  6. Nikokazahn says:
    Feb 21,  · Bach Concerto en La mineur pour 4 clavecins BWV Pascale Mélis à l'orgue St. Clodoald St. Cloud - Duration: Vincent Hildebrandt , views
  7. Nashura says:
    About. Canadian organist Vincent Boucher continues his exploration of Tournemire’s complete organ music with Volume 4 of the cycle. The pieces that comprise the enourmous L’Orgue Mystique are organized in 51 sets, one for every Sunday and holiday of the liturgical year except Advent and Lent, when the organ remains silent.
  8. Moogurisar says:
    Tournemire () was organist at the Basilica of Sainte-Clotilde, Paris, succeeding César Franck and preceding Jean Langlais. His L'Orgue Mystique is a large cycle of works based on the Gregorian Chants of the Liturgical Year. Many organists feel that Tournemire's contribution to the Music of the Church has never had the widespread.

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