Speaking Franckly #2245
. . . a bicentennial tribute to the man who reshaped French organ music, César Franck (1822-1890).
CÉSAR FRANCK: Andantino in g –Roberto Antonello (1999 Zanin/Church of St. Michael the Archangel, Salgareda, Italy) Fagott 39064
FRANCK: Piece pour Grand Orgue in A (1854) –Elke Volker (1857 Cavaillé-Coll/Basilica of Notre Dame, Bonsecours, France) Aeolus 10341
FRANCK: Fantasie in A (1878) –Alexander Schreiner (1948 Aeolian-Skinner/Mormon Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, UT) Columbia MS-6101
FRANCK: Ave Maria (FWV 62) –Katia Velletaz, soprano; Stephan MacLeod, bass; Amandine Lecras, cello; Diego Innocenzi (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/St. François de Sales, Lyon, France) Aeolus 10013
FRANCK: Piece heroique –David Enlow (1932 Aeolian-Skinner/Church of St. Mary the Virgin, New York, NY) Pro Organo 7247
Filler – Piece pour Grand Orgue in A (see above)
FRANCK: Sortie in A, fr L’Organiste –Hans-Eberhard Ross (1998 Goll/St. Martin’s Church, Memingen, Germany) Audite 21.413
FRANCK: Cantabile –Charles Tournemire (1859 Cavaillé-Coll/Basilica of St. Clothilde, Paris, France) Arbiter 156
FRANCK: Choral No. 2 in b –Thomas Murray (1877 Johnson/St. Mary of the Sacred Heart, Boston, MA) Nonesuch 71310
FRANCK: Priere –Jeanne Demessieux (1845 Cavaillé-Coll/Church of the Madeleine, Paris, France) Festivo 696.1552
FRANCK: Gloria, fr Mass for Three Voices, Op. 12 –Fabrice Pierre, harp; Lyon Regional Conservatory Choir/Bernard Tétu; Diego Innocenzi (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Francois-de-Sales, Lyon, France) Aeolus 10033
Filler – Piece heroique (see above)
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