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Foccroulle: Works for Historic Organs

Bernard Foccroulle, Alice Foccroulle, Lambert Colson

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1.1
Toccata
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
10:07
1.2
Kolorierte Flöten
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
5:34
1.3
Nigra sum
Bernard Foccroulle; Alice Foccroulle; Lambert Colson; Bernard Foccroulle
8:05
1.4
O quam pulchra es
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
6:41
1.5
Capriccio sopra re-fa-mi-sol
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
6:37
Spiegel  
1.6
I. Praeambulum
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
1:22
Salve Regina  
1.7
I. Salve Regina
Arnolt Schlick; Bernard Foccroulle
2:01
Spiegel  
1.8
II. Vita dulceco
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
2:02
Salve Regina  
1.9
II. Ad te clamamus
Arnolt Schlick; Bernard Foccroulle
1:15
Spiegel  
1.10
III. Ad te suspiramus
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
2:00
Salve Regina  
1.11
III. Eia ergo, advocata nostra
Arnolt Schlick; Bernard Foccroulle
2:49
Spiegel  
1.12
IV. Et Jesum
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
1:04
Salve Regina  
1.13
IV. O clemens
Arnolt Schlick; Bernard Foccroulle
1:44
Spiegel  
1.14
V. O pia
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
1:17
Salve Regina  
1.15
V. O dulcis Maria
Arnolt Schlick; Bernard Foccroulle
2:22
Spiegel  
1.16
VI. Pro fine
Bernard Foccroulle; Bernard Foccroulle
2:47
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:47
Beginning in the 1980s, some organists and composers began generating a contemporary literature taking into account the beauty, personality, constraints and specificities of historic organs. Capriccio sopra re-fa-mi-sol was Bernard Foccroulle's first piece in this cycle, followed by additional works represented herein. During his 40 year career, North German School devotee Foccroulle has performed several dozen world premieres and recorded award-winning masterworks of the organ repertoire. “As an organist, I have quite often been struck by the exceptional beauty of historic organs of which the very pronounced personality often contrasts sharply with the standardized instruments built in the 20th century. However, some of these old instruments impose such constraints that they allow only a highly specific repertoire. As a whole, these compositions offer a contemporary look at organ music and organ building in Europe since the Renaissance.” - Bernard Foccroulle
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Recording & editing/enregistrement & montage: Jérôme Lejeune. Recordings/enregistrements : 11/5/2011, Alkmaar (6-15); 11/6/2012, Beaufays (3) ; 22/5/2014, Cucuron (5) ; 25/05/2014, Bossut (4). æon artistic supervision/direction artistique æon: Kaisa Pousset. Photo: Dolorès Marat. Publishers/éditeur: Editions Henry Lemoine (1-5), Doblinger Musikverlag (6-15). æon (Outhere-France) 16, rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris. C 2014. Imprimé en Autriche.

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