Olivier Vernet – Franck: 12 Pièces pour grand orgue (2022) [FLAC, 24 bit, 88,2 kHz]

Olivier Vernet - Franck: 12 Pièces pour grand orgue (2022) [FLAC, 24 bit, 88,2 kHz] Download

Artist: Olivier Vernet
Album: Franck: 12 Pièces pour grand orgue
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 88,2 kHz
Duration: 02:22:31
Total Tracks: 24
Total Size: 2,16 GB

Tracklist:

1. Olivier Vernet – I. Poco lento (03:33)
2. Olivier Vernet – II. Allegretto cantando (04:11)
3. Olivier Vernet – III. Quasi lento (01:07)
4. Olivier Vernet – IV. Adagio (02:50)
5. Olivier Vernet – I. Andantino serioso – Quasi ad libitum – A tempo (03:32)
6. Olivier Vernet – II. Allegro non troppo e maestoso (06:39)
7. Olivier Vernet – III. Andante (03:25)
8. Olivier Vernet – IV. Allegro (02:04)
9. Olivier Vernet – V. Andante (02:08)
10. Olivier Vernet – VI. Allegro non troppo e maestoso (02:29)
11. Olivier Vernet – VII. Beaucoup plus largement que précédemment (04:09)
12. Olivier Vernet – I. Prélude (Andantino) (02:54)
13. Olivier Vernet – II. Lento (00:36)
14. Olivier Vernet – III. Fugue (Allegretto ma non troppo) (02:54)
15. Olivier Vernet – IV. Variation (Andantino) (02:59)
16. Olivier Vernet – Pastorale in E Major, Op. 19: Andantino (07:58)
17. Olivier Vernet – Prière in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 20: Andantino sostenuto (12:07)
18. Olivier Vernet – Final in B-Flat Major, Op. 21: Allegro maestoso (10:46)
19. Olivier Vernet – I. Fantaisie in A Major, FWV 35 (Andantino) (13:25)
20. Olivier Vernet – II. Cantabile in B Major, FWV 36 (Non troppo lento) (05:30)
21. Olivier Vernet – III. Pièce héroïque in B Minor, FWV 37 (Allegro maestoso) (08:08)
22. Olivier Vernet – I. Choral in E Major, FWV 38 (Moderato) (13:58)
23. Olivier Vernet – II. Choral in B Minor, FWV 39 (Maestoso) (13:01)
24. Olivier Vernet – III. Choral in A Minor, FWV 40 (Quasi allegro) (11:56)

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César Franck’s studies in Liège concentrated mostly on musical training (musical theory, harmony and counterpoint), restricting his instrumental study to the piano alone. However, when he entered the Paris Conservatoire he broadened his horizons to study the organ. While studying in François Benoist’s class, he did not develop a very self-confident technique (furthermore, the organ pedalboard was limited to twenty pedals and did not allow for the performance of the classic repertoire). However, to his great benefit, he forged a complete career as an improviser; a field in which he excelled until his final years. This course began in 1819 and was intended to train liturgical organists. Above all, it focused on the treatment of plainsong, fugue and freeform themes, and it was not before 1852 that performance of a written piece was required. Against this background, the young musician only learned about performance in a very self-taught way. So, in 1872, when he himself was teaching at the Conservatoire, his approach to Bach did not concern itself with style or technique, reducing his aspirations to a performance which Vierne himself called rather rudimentary, being, “in time and without mistakes.”

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