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Guy-Ropartz: Complete Organ Works

Markus Eichenlaub

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Guy-Ropartz: Complete Organ Works

Markus Eichenlaub

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1
Introduction et Allegro moderato
00:09:29

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

2
Three pieces: I. Sur un thème breton
00:05:03

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

3
Three pieces: II. Intermède
00:06:23

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

4
Three pieces: III. Fugue
00:07:11

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

5
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: I. Dum esset Rex in accubito suo
00:01:20

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

6
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: II. In odorem unguentorum
00:02:03

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

7
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: III. Iam hiems transiit
00:01:58

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

8
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: IV. Veni electa mea
00:02:08

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

9
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: V. Ista est speciosa
00:01:37

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

10
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: VI. Simile est regnum
00:03:35

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

11
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: VII. Manum suam aperuit inopini - Verset
00:02:59

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

12
Premiès et secondes Vêpres des Saintes Femmes: VII. Manum suam aperuit inopini - Coda
00:01:07

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

13
Rhapsodie sur deux Noëls populaires de Bretagne
00:07:40

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

14
Offertoire pascal
00:07:12

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

15
Deux petites pièces: I. Andante con moto
00:04:13

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

16
Deux petites pièces: II. Poco lento
00:03:16

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

17
"Au Pied de l'Autel", Vol. 2: V. Allegretto
00:02:47

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

18
"Au Pied de l'Autel", Vol. 1: XXXVII. Andante espressivo
00:02:04

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

19
"Au Pied de l'Autel", Vol. 1: XII. Allegro
00:03:23

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

DISC 2

1
Six Pièces pour Grand Orgue: VI. Fantaisie
00:15:05

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

2
Trois Méditations: III. Non troppo lento
00:07:20

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

3
Six Pièces pour Grand Orgue: V. Prière pour les trépassés
00:10:12

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

4
Six Pièces pour Grand Orgue: I. Prélude funèbre
00:07:59

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

5
Six Pièces pour Grand Orgue: II. Prière
00:07:06

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

6
Trois Méditations: I. Lento
00:05:16

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

7
Six Pièces pour Grand Orgue: IV. Thème varié
00:04:04

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

8
Trois Méditations: II. Adagio
00:08:44

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

9
Six Pièces pour Grand Orgue: III. Sortie
00:09:24

Markus Eichenlaub, Primary - Joseph-Guy Ropartz, Composer

Aeolus 2017

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