L'Orgue de Châteaux Salins (Moselle)

L'Orgue de Châteaux Salins (Moselle)
Item# Fug014
$14.98

Product Description

Organ and organist are both featured when Philippe Delacour takes command of the Orgue Haerpfer Aubertin in Châteaux Salins, Moselle, France. The instrument was originally built in 1960 in a case which survived the French Revolution. Shortly thereafter, the decidedly old-fashioned en plein vent voicing of the instrument caused it to fall into oblivion until it was restored in 1995 by the Aubertin firm. The now-versatile instrument, which is housed in an acoustic close to French Baroque, proves itself quite capable in the German Baroque, as well as neoclassical and modern repertoire, especially under the capable fingers and feet of virtuoso Philippe Delacour.

M. Corrette
Offertoire en La
Magnificat du 1er ton en La
Allegro
Duo
Tierce en taille
Trio
Grand Jeu

C. Balbastre
Noel

D. Buxtehude
Choral Herr Christ

J. S. Bach
Concerto en Sol Majeur
1er mouvement
Grave
Presto

C. Franck
Offertoire en Ré

Lefebure Wely
Boléro de concert
Chœur de Voix humaines

L. Boëlmann
Toccata
Prière de la suite Gothique

M. Dupré
Prelude and Fugue en sol mineur

O. Messiaen
Tranports de joie

M. Duruflé
Prélude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain