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The language of the classical French organ

a musical tradition before 1800.

by Fenner Douglass

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • Organ (Musical instrument) -- France -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [223]-229.

      SeriesYale studies in the history of music,, 5, Yale studies in the history of music ;, v. 5.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML574 .D69
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 235 p.
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5300334M
      LC Control Number72081415

      Also very useful is The Language of the Classical French Organ, by Fenner Douglas (Yale Univ Press, ). Thanked by 5 CHGiffen noel jones, aago ClergetKubisz .   The standard palette of the French Classical organ always included a Trompette 8’ and Clairon 4’ on the Grand Orgue and a Cromorne 8’ on the Positif. It should be pointed out at this stage that, with the exception of very large instruments which contained a Bombarde or Raisonnance manual, the only full compass manuals in the French.

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        During the early Christian era of the Middle Ages, sacred monophonic (only one voice) chant was the dominant form of music, followed by a sacred polyphonic (multi-voices) organum. By the. Adler used the terms organ dialect, organ jargon, and organ language interchangeably to refer to somatic signs and symptoms that express (though veiled) an individual's attitudes and opinions. The Adler Bibliography compiled by H. L. and R. R. Ansbacher (pp. ) shows that Adler used the term organ dialect as early as , when he wrote a.


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The French organ in the sixteenth century --Toward understanding the language of the "Jeux" --Registration in the pre-classical period () --The classical French organ --Registration in the classical period () --Appendix A: Texts of sixteenth-century organ contracts --Appendix B: Instructions for registration (), in.

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A survey of French organ music before is bound to recognise the unique flowering of the years to The repertory of this period is often referred to as ‘classical’, the term ‘baroque’ ill suiting, according to some commentators, the essential nature of its musical language. The French organ school formed in the first half of the 17th century.

It progressed from the strict polyphonic music of Jean Titelouze (c. –) to a unique, richly ornamented style with its own characteristic forms that made full use of the French classical mental in establishing this style were Louis Couperin (c.

–), who experimented with structure, registration. Alexander Schreiner. Organ Book. Many French organists of the past constitute a brotherhood that was bound together by the ties of a superb musical education and experience gained from studying together and competing with each other during their student years.

They received their education from their nation's greatest teachers, and went on toCategory: Organ-Method or Collection. The French classical organ by Pierre Dubois Musical instruments are born, develop and evolve, not by chance or arbitrarily, but in reason of the roles and functions that they have to perform.

They are, after all, “instruments”. The changes that affect man’s conception of sound depend on. French organ music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries was dominated by two currents: classicist and symphonic.

Alexandre Guilmant, influenced by Bach, Beethoven and Mendelssohn, introduced the sonate pour orgue into the French repertoire. The language of the classical French organ: a musical tradition before New Haven: Yale University Press. MLA Citation.

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