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Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré - Welte-Philharmonie-Orgel Digital (Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré Spielen Eigene Werke) mp3 track

Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré - Welte-Philharmonie-Orgel Digital (Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré Spielen Eigene Werke) mp3 track

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Performer: Max Reger
Title: Welte-Philharmonie-Orgel Digital (Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré Spielen Eigene Werke)
Country: Germany
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: WMA VQF MP2 ASF VOC AHX VQF

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Marcel Dupré Praeludium Und Fuge G-Moll Op. 7,3
Composed By – Marcel Dupré
5:06
A2 Joseph Bonnet Deuxième Légende
Composed By – Joseph Bonnet
6:57
A3 Max Reger Choralvorspiel „Wer Nur Den Lieben Gott Läßt Walten“ Op. 67,45
Composed By – Max Reger
2:33
A4 Max Reger Canzone Es-Dur Op. 65,9
Composed By – Max Reger
7:30
A5 Marcel Dupré Cortège Et Litanie Op. 19,2
Composed By – Marcel Dupré
B1 Eugène Gigout Toccata H-Moll
Composed By – Eugène Gigout
3:10
B2 Joseph Bonnet Lamento Op. 5,2
Composed By – Joseph Bonnet
5:18
B3 Max Reger Romanze Op. 80,8
Composed By – Max Reger
4:56
B4 Max Reger Chroalvorspiel „Lobt Gott, Ihr Christen Alle Gleich“ Op. 67,23
Composed By – Max Reger
1:35
B5 Max Reger Basso Astinato Op. 92,4
Composed By – Max Reger
3:45
B6 Max Reger Fuge G-Dur
Composed By – Max Reger
6:21

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intercord
  • Copyright (c) – Intercord

Credits

  • Cover [Cover Conception] – Studio 23
  • Cover [Cover Realization] – TA Filderstadt
  • Edited By [Redaktion], Cover [Cover Editor] – Ingrid Sonntag
  • Lacquer Cut By – Hi*
  • Liner Notes – Hanns Buschmann, Hans-W. Schmitz, Wolfgang Wendel
  • Liner Notes [English Translations By] – Diana Loos
  • Supervised By [Sound Supervision] – Urs Metzger

Notes

Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré play their own works

Gespielt/performed 1911-1928
Aufgenommen/recorded 1986

DMM Direct Metal Mastering TELDEC

Total playing time:
Side A: 27'58"
Side B: 27'56"

Printed in Germany

Housed in a gatefold cover with liner notes in german and english language.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 006751 608577
  • Barcode (String): 4006751608577
  • Label Code: LC 1109
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 160.857 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 160.857 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): Hi TO 160,857-B/3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): Hi TO 160,857-A/X3
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
INT 860.857 Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré - Welte-Philharmonie-Orgel Digital (Max Reger, Eugène Gigout, Joseph Bonnet, Marcel Dupré Spielen Eigene Werke) ‎(CD) Intercord INT 860.857 Germany 1986

Choralvorspiel „Wer Nur Den Lieben Gott Läßt Walten Op. 67,45. Canzone Es-Dur Op. 65,9. Cortège Et Litanie Op. 19,2. Lamento Op. 5,2. 5:18. Chroalvorspiel „Lobt Gott, Ihr Christen Alle Gleich Op. 67,23. Basso Astinato Op. 92,4.

Praeludium Und Fuge G-Moll Op. 7,3. Composed By – Marcel Dupré. Composed By – Joseph Bonnet. Choralvorspiel „Wer Nur Den Lieben Gott Läßt Walten Op.

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The startling fact: these performances date from between 1911 and 1928, the earliest of them six Reger organ works, played by none other than their composers. The medium, of course, is the organ roll, here played back on a 21-stop, 1000-pipe chamber instrument housed in a museum at Linz Rhein but originally built in 1925 for a French villa (the sound, with its many reeds, is very French).

Eugène Gigout (23 March 1844 Nancy – 9 December 1925 Paris) was a French organist and a composer of European late-romantic music for organ. He was a pupil of Camille Saint-Saëns and was the organist of Saint-Augustin Church in Paris for 62 years. Gigout became widely known as a teacher and his output as a composer was considerable. He was an expert improviser, and founded his own music school. His nephew-by-marriage, Leon Boellmann, was also a fine organist and composer for the organ, though he died very young at age 3.

Alexandre Guilmant (Composer), Maurice Durufle (Composer), Marco Enrico Bossi (Composer), Louis Vierne (Composer), Jean Langlais (Composer), Charles-Marie Widor (Composer), Johann Sebastian Bach (Composer), Horatio Parker (Composer), Pietro Yon (Composer), Jean-Francois Dandrieu (Composer), Max Reger (Composer), Eugene Gigout (Composer), Joseph Bonnet (Composer), Joseph Jongen (Composer), Percy Whitlock (Composer), Louis James Alfred Lefebure-Wely (Composer), Gillian Weir (Performer) & 14 more Format: Audio C. 9. Humoresque 'L'Organo Primitivo'. 10. Noel, 'Quand le Sauveur Jesus Christ' ou 'bon Joseph ecoutez moi'. 11. Op. 65, No. 10: Scherzo, Op.

With Sleep, Max Richter pushes the boundaries of post-minimalism and questions music lovers’ consciousness. Important information about the Sleep performance: (Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique). All spectators are invited to come to the Philharmonie’s Grande salle Pierre Boulez before the concert for a presentation of the performance by Max Richter. 1. 0pm: doors open to the foyer, ticket counter opens, doors open to the Grande salle Pierre Boulez. 11pm: presentation of the project by Max Richter, then spectators proceed to their beds in the various viewing areas. Midnight - 8am: concert.