Symphonie-Passion, Op. 23
Évocation, Op. 37
The first disc of Dupré's complete works is played by Dutch virtuoso Ben van Oosten on the Cavaillé-Coll organ at St. Ouen in Rouen, Dupre's native city. The Symphonie-Passion had its origins in an improvisation on plainsong themes which Dupré did on the Wanamaker organ in Philadelphia on his first American tour and later worked out as a formal composition. Dupré wrote and performed Évocation for the inaugural recital after the restoration of the organ at St. Ouen (1941).
Van Oosten plays the Cavaillé-Coll organ at St. Ouen, Rouen.
Le chemin de la croix (Stations of the Cross)
Van Oosten plays the Willis organ at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.
Deuxième Symphonie, op. 26; Sept Pièces, op. 27; 8 Chorales from op. 28 (Nos. 2, 21, 35, 36, 38, 42, 57, 73)
Ben van Oosten plays the magnificent Cavaillé-Coll organ St. Ouen, Rouen, Dupre’s native city.
Fifteen Pieces, op. 18; Élevation, op. 2; Chorales from op. 28 (Nos. 4, 8, 13, 20, 44, 49, 50, 51, 67, 77); Psaumes XVIII, op. 47.
Ben Van Oosten plays the 1915/95 Casavant 5-91 at Église St-Jean-Baptiste in Montréal, where Dupré had played concerts on tour.
Offertoire Il est né, le divin enfant
Six Antiennes pour le Temps de Noël, op. 48
Variations sur un Noël, op. 20
Annonciation, op. 56 in E and G
17 chorales related to Christmas from 79 Chorales, op. 28
Ben Van Oosten plays the organ of Princeton University Chapel, continuing his Dupre cycle. Poeme Heroique, op. 33; Angelus, Op. 34, No. 2; Vision, op. 44; 9 choral preludes from 79 Chorales, Op. 28; Im Memoriam, Op. 61
Ben Van Oosten plays in the Cathedral of St. Peter, Angouleme, France and employs the 3-55 Beuchet-Debierre organ rebuilt in 1965 at the advice of Maurice Durufle. Suite, Op. 39; Offrande a la Vierge, Op. 40; Eight Short Gregorian Preludes, Op. 45; Triptyque, op. 51