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Messiaen : L'œuvre pour orgue, Vol. 1

Louis Thiry

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Messiaen : L'œuvre pour orgue, Vol. 1

Louis Thiry

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Les Corps glorieux (Olivier Messiaen)

1
I. Subtilité des Corps Glorieux 00:04:56

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

2
II. Les Eaux de la Grâce 00:02:56

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

3
III. L'Ange aux parfums 00:06:06

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

4
IV. Combat de la Mort et de la Vie 00:16:25

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

5
V. Force et Agilité des Corps Glorieux 00:03:40

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

6
VI. Joie et Clarté des Corps Glorieux 00:06:01

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

7
VII. Le Mystère de la Sainte-Trinité 00:05:30

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

L'Ascension (Olivier Messiaen)

8
I. Majesté du Christ demandant sa Gloire à son Père 00:05:41

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

9
II. Alleluias sereins d'une âme qui désire le Ciel 00:06:18

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

10
III. Transports de Joie d'une âme devant la Gloire du Christ qui est la sienne 00:04:30

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

11
IV. Prière du Christ montant vers son Père 00:07:17

Louis Thiry, on the great Organ (1965) of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva (Switzerland) - Olivier Messiaen, Composer - Alphonse Leduc, MusicPublisher

© 1972 Arpège - © 1987 & 2004 Calliope - © 2018 La Dolce Volta - ℗ 1972 Arpège - ℗ 1987 & 2004 Calliope - ℗ 2018 La Dolce Volta

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