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Support the reconstruction of the Notre-Dame de Paris

All revenue generated by the sale of this album - published by Universal following the terrible fire that devastated the Notre-Dame de Paris - will be donated to the Fondation du patrimoine, France’s heritage foundation.


In 18 tracks, take a plunge into the most famous "church music" (with a few exceptions), through a selection of outstanding selections from Universal labels (Deutsche Grammophon, Decca, Philips, etc.). Recorded on the great organs of Notre-Dame, the album features some highlights of Pierre Cochereau, principal organist from 1955 to his death in 1984 (Toccata by Widor, Toccata et fugue en ré mineur (Toccata and Fugue in D minor) by Bach, Prière à Notre-Dame (Prayer for Notre-Dame) by Böellmann, Berceuse (Lullaby) by Vierne, Finale de la Symphonie n°3 by Saint-Saëns). Also in the spotlight is one of Notre-Dame's current principal organists, Olivier Latry, with Louis Vierne's astonishing transcription of Rachmaninoff's Prélude en ut dièse mineur (Prelude in C sharp minor), and a transcription of Bach's Sinfonia by Marcel Dupré. Excerpts from Vivaldi's Stabat Mater or Pergolesi's Salve Regina complete this musical fresco. © Pierre-Yves Lascar 

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Notre-Dame - Les plus grands airs de la musique sacrée

Pierre Cochereau

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Ave Maria (Charles Gounod)

1
Ave Maria, arr. from Bach's Prelude No.1 BWV 846 (Arr. Saylor)
00:03:34

Jessye Norman, Soprano - Fabrice Pierre, Harp - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Charles Gounod, Arranger - Daniel Zalay, Producer - Martha de Francisco, Producer - Ezio Servolo, Producer

℗ 1992 Universal International Music B.V.

Toccata et fugue en ré mineur, BWV 565 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

2
1. Toccata
00:03:07

Pierre Cochereau, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

℗ 1973 Decca Records France

Beata viscera Mariae Virginis (Pérotin)

3
Beata viscera Mariae Virginis
00:03:48

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Sistine Chapel Choir - Massimo Palombella, Chorus Conductor - Perotin, Composer & Lyricist - Anna Barry, Producer - Stephan Flock, Recording Engineer

℗ 2017 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Suite Gothique, Op. 25 (Léon Boëllmann)

4
3. Prière à Notre-Dame
00:05:18

Pierre Cochereau, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Léon Böellmann, Composer

℗ 1968 Decca Records France

Ave Maria, D. 839 (Franz Schubert)

5
Ave Maria, D. 839 - Arr. Jeff Jarratt and Robin Smith
00:04:55

Roberto Alagna, Tenor - The Choir of St John's - The London Oratory School Choir - Smithills School Junior Choir - New London Children's Choir - London Symphony Orchestra - Robin Smith, Conductor - Franz Schubert, Composer & Lyricist - Jeff Jarratt, Producer & Recording Arranger

℗ 2000 Decca Records France

Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K.546 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

6
1. Adagio (Transcr. Guillou for Organ)
00:03:34

Olivier Latry, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - Jean Guillou, Transcription - Sid McLauchlan, Producer - Andrew Wedman, Balance Engineer - Ingmar Haas, Editor

℗ 2004 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

7
2. Fugue (Transcr. Guillou for Organ)
00:04:45

Olivier Latry, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - Jean Guillou, Transcription - Sid McLauchlan, Producer - Andrew Wedman, Balance Engineer - Ingmar Haas, Editor

℗ 2004 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Stabat Mater, RV 621 (Antonio Vivaldi)

8
1. Stabat Mater
00:02:57

James Bowman, Counter-Tenor - The Academy of Ancient Music - Christopher Hogwood, Conductor - Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Peter Wadland, Producer - John Dunkerley, Balance Engineer

℗ 1976 Decca Music Group Limited

Cantate No. 29 "Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir", BWV 29 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

9
1. Sinfonia (Transcr. Dupré for Organ)
00:04:22

Olivier Latry, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Marcel Dupré, Transcription - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Sid McLauchlan, Producer - Andrew Wedman, Balance Engineer - Ingmar Haas, Editor

℗ 2004 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Salve Regina in C minor (1736) (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi)

10
1. Salve Regina
00:03:39

Emma Kirkby, Soprano - The Academy of Ancient Music - Christopher Hogwood, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Peter Wadland, Producer - John Dunkerley, Balance Engineer

℗ 1989 Decca Music Group Limited

Symphonie pour orgue No. 5, Op. 42 No. 1 (Charles-Marie Widor)

11
5. Toccata
00:04:45

Pierre Cochereau, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Charles-Marie Widor, Composer

℗ 1973 Decca Records France

Magnificat in D major, BWV 243 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

12
1. Chorus : "Magnificat"
00:03:01

Münchener Bach-Chor - Münchener Bach-Orchester - Karl Richter, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Traditional, Author - Dr. Hans Hickmann, Producer - Karl-Heinz Schneider, Producer - Recording Producer - Walter Alfred Wettler, Balance Engineer

℗ 1962 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Prelude in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 3 No. 2 (Serge Rachmaninoff)

13
Prélude in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 3 No. 2 (Transcr. Vierne for Organ)
00:04:50

Olivier Latry, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov, Composer - Louis Vierne, Transcription - Sid McLauchlan, Producer - Andrew Wedman, Balance Engineer - Ingmar Haas, Editor

℗ 2004 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Stabat Mater (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi)

14
1. Stabat Mater
00:04:07

Barbara Bonney, Soprano - Andreas Scholl, Counter-Tenor - Les Talens Lyriques - Christophe Rousset, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer - Jacopone da Todi, Author - Philip Siney, Recording Engineer - Chris Sayers, Producer

℗ 1999 Decca Music Group Limited

24 Pièces en style libre, op. 31 (Louis Vierne)

15
No. 19 : Berceuse en la majeur (Sur les paroles classiques)
00:04:29

Pierre Cochereau, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Louis Vierne, Composer

℗ 1965 Decca Records France

Ave Maria (Motet), WAB 5 (Anton Bruckner)

16
Ave Maria (Motet), WAB 5
00:04:03

Bavarian Radio Chorus (Wolfgang Schubert, Chorus Master) - Eugen Jochum, Conductor - Anton Bruckner, Composer - Wolfgang Lohse, Producer, Recording Producer - Klaus Scheibe, Balance Engineer - Rolf Peter Schroeder, Editor

℗ 1967 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Messe du Sacre de Napoléon 1er à Notre-Dame de Paris, R 4.16 (Giovanni Paisiello)

17
1. Kyrie
00:03:24

Yves Bisson, Bass - Association Chorale Contrepoint (Jean Gabriel Gaussens, Chorus Conductor) - Pierre Cochereau, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Armand Birbaum, Conductor - Giovanni Paisiello, Composer & Lyricist - Jean Thilde, Arranger, Orchestrator

℗ 1969 Decca Records France

Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Op. 78 "Organ Symphony" (Camille Saint-Saëns)

18
2b. Maestoso - Più allegro - Molto allegro
00:08:27

Pierre Cochereau, Notre-Dame de Paris Organ - Berliner Philharmoniker - Herbert Von Karajan, Conductor - Camille Saint-Saëns, Composer - Michel Glotz, Producer, Recording Producer - Günter Hermanns, Balance Engineer - Guenther Breest, Producer - Volker Martin, Recording Engineer - Joerg Iwaschuta, Recording Engineer - Reinhild Schmidt, Editor

℗ 1982 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

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Support the reconstruction of the Notre-Dame de Paris

All revenue generated by the sale of this album - published by Universal following the terrible fire that devastated the Notre-Dame de Paris - will be donated to the Fondation du patrimoine, France’s heritage foundation.


In 18 tracks, take a plunge into the most famous "church music" (with a few exceptions), through a selection of outstanding selections from Universal labels (Deutsche Grammophon, Decca, Philips, etc.). Recorded on the great organs of Notre-Dame, the album features some highlights of Pierre Cochereau, principal organist from 1955 to his death in 1984 (Toccata by Widor, Toccata et fugue en ré mineur (Toccata and Fugue in D minor) by Bach, Prière à Notre-Dame (Prayer for Notre-Dame) by Böellmann, Berceuse (Lullaby) by Vierne, Finale de la Symphonie n°3 by Saint-Saëns). Also in the spotlight is one of Notre-Dame's current principal organists, Olivier Latry, with Louis Vierne's astonishing transcription of Rachmaninoff's Prélude en ut dièse mineur (Prelude in C sharp minor), and a transcription of Bach's Sinfonia by Marcel Dupré. Excerpts from Vivaldi's Stabat Mater or Pergolesi's Salve Regina complete this musical fresco. © Pierre-Yves Lascar 

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