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Livre d'Orgue - I - Invention

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Playing Johann Christian Leberecht Kittelby Dr. Wolfram SyréJohann Christian Leberecht Kittel was t...

Uploaded by: giwro (01/02/18)
Composer: Jacob. Dom Clement
Sample Producer: Milan Digital Audio
Sample Set: Notre Dame de Metz Mutin/Cavaillé-Coll
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: Modern
Description:
Dom Clément Jacob, (b. 13 January 1906 in Bordeaux d. 26 February 1977 in Abbaye En-Calcat, Dourgne, Tarn) was a French composer and organist. Jacob studied at the Paris Conservatory with Charles Koechlin and André Gedalge He was an admirer of Darius Milhaud and Erik Satie, and a member of the École d'Arcueil, a group of young composers sponsored by Satie after his rupture with his previous group of protégés, Les Six. Other members of this short-lived group included Henri Cliquet-Pleyel, Henri Sauguet and Roger Désormière. In 1929, Jacob converted from Judaism to Catholicism (influenced by Jacques Maritain) and became a Benedictine monk. He would go on to study organ with Maurice Duruflé, as well as Gregorian chant. Jacob also published two books, L'art et la grâce (1939) and Souvenirs a deux voix (1969). In addition to the Livre d’orgue, he also published a suite and some assorted pieces in the series “Orgue et Liturgie”. In addition, he wrote a number of piano sonatas with a decidedly impressionistic/post romantic flair.
Once I'm done uploading, I'll put these in a playlist, eventually I'll add some other works by Dom Jacob. Note: I uploaded the final "mouvement" quite awhile back, so it is in the playlist or you can find it here: http://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/music/406
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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