Franck's twelve major organ works enjoy a popularity which surpasses even that of his Symphony in D Minor. This volume provides a guide to the interpretation of Franck's organ works by examining the extant first-hand references to him as a student, performer, and teacher written by those who knew…
A selection of organ music from the Baroque period through the early 20th century, including music by Buxtehude, Dupre, Handel, Karg-Elert, Liszt, Mozart, Schumann, Vierne and Widor. With notes on each piece. Reprinted from various editions.
Selected and with an introduction by Rollin Smith. Also includes music by Beethoven, Bruckner, Liszt, Reger, and more.
Selected and edited by Rollin Smith. Also includes music by Arne, Beethoven, Brahms, Buxtehude, Cherubini, Couperin, Dupre, Elgar, Handel, Haydn, Karg-Elert, Liszt, Sweelinck and more. With notes on the music.
Murray performs solo organ arrangements of orchestral works by Cesar Franck and Edvard Grieg.
This set contains the larger and smaller organ works of Franck. Ross plays the Goll Organ of St. Martin, Memmingen.
Two discs contain the complete works for solo organ by Franck.
. . . In Nineteenth-Century France. Edited by Richard Benefield. Includes four works by Franck, 10 by Gounod and seven by Saint-Saëns. The genre of the organ-accompanied solo motet is only now receiving scholarly attention. Introduction, texts & translations, plates and critical notes.
Contributions by many prominent scholars and performer-scholars dealing with 19th Century French organ music. Stylistic analysis, studies on compositional process, political and cultural contexts within which French organist- composers worked. List of contributors. Index.
Walsh plays the organ of Lincoln Cathedral. Includes: Trois Chorales; selections from Trois Pieces; and selections from Six Pieces.