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Preludium Op 68 No 3

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Uploaded by: Erzahler (06/04/24)
Composer: Mac-Master, Georges
Sample Producer: Milan Digital Audio
Sample Set: Notre Dame de Metz Mutin/Cavaillé-Coll
Software: Hauptwerk VII
Genre: Romantic
Georges Mac-Master (1862 — 31 March 1898).
Born in London and died in Paris he was an Irish organist and composer who was naturalized French.

Georges Mac-Master was a student of César Franck, Eugène Gigout, Clément Loret and Théodore Dubois in composition at the Paris Conservatory.
He became a member of the Society of Authors, Composers and Music Publishers (Sacem) .
He was organist in several parishes before becoming organist and choirmaster at the Saint-Ambroise church in Paris in 1884. Then, he held the same functions at the Wesleyan church from 1890 until his death.
He founded the Mac-Master Institute, a school of music, painting and declamation employing up to 14 teachers.
An Academy officer, he was organist at the Concerts du Trocadéro in Paris.
According to Le Monde Musical, he “abruptly ended his life”

• Prélude pour orgue op. 42
• Six Compositions pour le Grand Orgue (Le Beau, Paris, 1891-93) :
1 Offertoire op. 43
2 Marche nuptiale op. 44
3 Communion op. 45
4 Épithalame op. 46
5 Pastorale op. 47 (1891)
6 Grand Chœur op. 48
• Postlude pour orgue op. 49
• Cinq Pièces, coll. « Les Grands Maîtres de l’Orgue », (Le Beau, Paris, 1892) :
1 Andantino op. 66
2 Toccata op. 67
3 Præludium op. 68
4 Cantilène-pastorale op. 69
5 Cortège op. 70
• Orange Blossoms, in Organ Selections for the Wedding Service, William C. Carl éd., The Boston Music Co., 1916.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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