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16 études et pièces progressives / Adolphe Miné Part 1

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Uploaded by: DominiqueD (01/26/22)
Composer: Adolphe MINE
Sample Producer: Sonus Paradisi
Sample Set: St. Omer, Cavaillé-Coll 1855
Software: Hauptwerk VI
Genre: Romantic
Some weeks ago I recorded some pieces of this unknown french composer, Adolphe Miné (1797-1854), organist in Saint Roch in Paris and then in Chartres. I decided to record all the pieces from his organ school. I propose you today the first 16 little pieces called "studies".
This is transition music between Lasceux (died in 1831) and César Franck. He is contemporary of Boëly who died in 1858. This organ school was published around 1836 (Franck begins to study in the COnservatoire in Paris in 1837). Some pieces remain the classical tradition and registrations, others announce Franck's organ. I choose the sample of Saint-Omer (Sonus Paradisi), a wonderfull organ transformed by Cavaillé-COll but retaining classical stops.
1. Cromorne
2. Fonds 0:58
3.Récit 1:59
4. Nazards 3:01
5. Grand choeur 3:56
6. Grand Choeur 4:43
7.Récit 5:37
8. Voix humaine 6:34
9. Grand choeur 7:40
10. Duo 9:06
11. Grand Choeur 9:47
12. Récit 11:41
13.Fonds 12:44
14. Récit 13:41
15. Nazards 15:36
16. Grand Choeur 16:20
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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