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The Widor mass : op. 36.

Publication:
[Brooklyn, N.Y.] : JAV Recordings, ©2005.
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Sound recording
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Series:
Naxos Music Library.
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Subtitle on container: Grand 19th-century St. Sulpice tradition
Grand nineteenth-century St. Sulpice tradition
Grand 19th-century Saint Sulpice tradition
Grand nineteenth-century Saint Sulpice tradition
Subtitle on container spine: Grand 19th-century St. Suplice [sic] tradition
Subjects:
Masses.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organ.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied.
Organ music.
Carillon music.
Language:
Sung in Latin.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents:
Carillon (4:30)
Prelude improvisation based on the Kyrie from the mass setting Orbis factor (4:46)
Mass, op. 36. Kyrie (4:29) ; Gloria (4:45) / Charles-Marie Widor
Ave Maria : for mixed voices / Philippe Bellenot (2:57)
Sanctus : from Mass / Widor (1:52)
Élévation improvisation (1:30)
Benedictus : from Mass / Widor (1:25)
Prelude improvisation to the Agnus Dei (4:28)
Agnus Dei : from Mass / Widor (4:02)
Communion improvisation based on the Agnus Dei from the mass setting Orbis factor (5:21)
O salutaris / Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély (1:33)
Postlude improvisation on Salve Regina (6:31)
Salut du Saint-Sacrement: Improvisation (2:05)
Tantum ergo / Philippe Bellenot (2:41)
Improvisation (1:24)
Tu es Petrus / Philippe Bellenot (2:14)
Improvisation (2:32)
Ave Maria / Philippe Bellenot (2:14)
Improvisation (2:05)
Quam dilecto / Widor (4:40).
Participant:
Daniel Roth, playing the great organ of Saint-Sulpice, Paris ; Chœur Darius Milhaud, Camille Haedt-Goussu, director ; Ensemble Dodecamen, Christopher Hyde, director ; Mark Dwyer and Stephen Tharp, playing the choir organ of Saint-Sulpice.
Notes:
Sacred choral music, principally with organ acc.; in part music for solo organ or carillon.
The Widor mass for chorus (SATB) and organ; originally for a choir of baritones, mixed voices, and 2 organs.
Recorded June 2-4 and July 2, 2005; carillon recorded August 15, 2005 on the Feast of the Assumption.
Hard copy version record.
Contributor:
Roth, Daniel, 1942-
Haedt-Goussu, Camille.
Hyde, Christopher.
Dwyer, Mark (Organist)
Tharp, Stephen.
Chœur Darius Milhaud.
Dodecamen (Musical group)
Contains:
Widor, Charles-Marie, 1844-1937. Mass, op. 36; arranged.
Bellenot, Ph. (Philippe), 1860-1928. Choral music. Selections.
Lefébure-Wély, Louis James Alfred, 1817-1870. O salutaris hostia, voices (4)
Widor, Charles-Marie, 1844-1937. Quam dilecta tabernacula Tua.
OCLC:
906570317
Publisher Number:
USJ1A0115801
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