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NI 6268

David Ponsford - French Organ Music from the Golden Age, Volume 3

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

David Ponsford

organ

Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Organ




Total Time - 78:26
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ANDRE RAISON

 

TRADITIONAL

1 

The Abbey Bells

3:06
   
 

Messe du prmier ton(1688)

 
  KYRIE  
2 Premier Kyrie: Plein jeu: Gravement 1:16
3 Autre Premier Kyrie: Grand Plein Jeu: Gravement 1:51
4 Second Kyrie: Basse et dessus de trompette 1:45
5 Christe: Trio 1:34
6 Quatriesme Kyrie: Duo 1:19
7 Dernier Kyrie: Dialogue sur les grands jeux 1:19
   
  GLORIA  
8 Et in terra pax: Plein jeu 1:29
9 Benedicimus te: fugue sur toute sorte de jeux 0:47
10 Glorificamus te: Récit de cromorne 1:47
11 Domine: Récit de cromorne 2:00
12 Domine Deus agnus: Trio 1:28
13 Qui tollis 3:23
14 Quoniam tu solus: Basse de trompette 1:15
15 Tu solus altissimus 1:36
16 Amen: Dialogue sur les grands jeux 1:35
   
  SANCTUS  
17 Sanctus: Plein jeu 0:56
18 Second Sanctus: Récit de 2 dessus de tierce 0:47
19 Benedictus: Basse et Desses de voix humaine 1:52
20 Elévation:Trio à 3 claviers 1:30
   
  AGNUS DEI  
21 Agnus Dei: Petit et grand plein jeu 1:43
22 Second Agnus: Duo 1:11
23 Deo gratias: Plein jeu 1:11
   
 

ANDRE RAISON

24 

Offerte du 5me ton, Le vive le roy des Parisiens (1687)

7:22
   
 

LOUIS NICOLAS CLERAMBAULT

 

Suite du premier ton (c.1710)

 
25 Grand plein jeu 2:30
26 Fugue 3:04
27 Duo 1:31
28 Trio 2:35
29 Basses et dessus de trompette 2:08
30 Récit de cromorne et de cornet sépare 3:24
31 Dialogue sur les grand jeux 2:28
   
 

Suite du deuxieme ton (c.1710)

 
32 Plein jeu 2:33
33 Duo 1:41
34 Trio 2:41
35 Basses de cromorne 1:45
36 Flûtes 2:31
37 Récit de nazard 3:08
38 Caprice sur les grands jeux 2:25
  TT 78:26      
   
 David Ponsford organ
  Playing the organ of the Abbey of Saint-Michel-en-Thiérache  
  Recorded: 8-10 July, 2013  


 Situated on the west-end gallery of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Michel-en-Thiérache, the beautiful Boizard organ dating from 1714 and with 90% original pipework was as perfect an instrument as one could find for this recording of the first organ mass by André Raison (1688) and the two suites by his pupil Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (c. 1710).

 

"... Everything about this recording is enjoyable; the music is excellent, played by a seasoned and persausive advocate effortlessly alternating between supple rubato and scorching grand jeux... The instrument - a lucky survivor of fires, revolution and war - is comparatively modest, but lacks nought and benefits from fine acoustics ..."

Magnus Williamson - Choir & Organ magazine - July/August 2014


 "This recording is the third in a series of French Baroque organ music from the organist David Ponsford, and it certainly makes you keen to explore the others ... Altogether it is a bracing experience and Ponsford brings the music superbly to life ..."

Andrew Parker - International Record Review - June 2014




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