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  1. Louis-Nicolas Clérambault – Pieces d’orgue et de claveçin (1702/4 and 1711): the complete music for organ and harpsichord

    Louis-Nicolas Clérambault – Pieces d’orgue et de claveçin (1702/4 and 1711): the complete music for organ and harpsichord

    Louis-Nicolas Clérambault is primarily known for his vocal compositions and, that he was a master in such genres becomes clear for those performing either his harpsichord or organ pieces. Les mer
    kr 439,00
  2. Georg Muffat – Apparatus musico-organisticus (1690): twelve toccatas, four independent pieces

    Georg Muffat – Apparatus musico-organisticus (1690): twelve toccatas, four independent pieces

    Georg Muffat might be considered one of the most important German composers of the late seventeenth century. Les mer
    kr 439,00
  3. Nicolas de Grigny – Premier livre d’orgue (1699)

    Nicolas de Grigny – Premier livre d’orgue (1699)

    Alongside the organ music of François Couperin and Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, Nicolas de Grigny’s only publication marks the apogee of Grand siècle organ music. Les mer
    kr 439,00
  4. Pierre Dandrieu – Noëls,  O Filii, Chansons de Saint Jacques, Stabat Mater et Carillons c 1714 and 1724

    Pierre Dandrieu – Noëls, O Filii, Chansons de Saint Jacques, Stabat Mater et Carillons c 1714 and 1724

    The only publication of the priest-organist of Saint-Barthélemy in Paris, Pierre Dandrieu’s noëls were written for use at Christmas, with occasional pieces for use at Easter and other feasts. The book contains 42 pieces or remarkable variety based on such popular songs as À la venue de noël and the substantial Chanson de Saint-Jacques. Les mer
    kr 439,00
  5. Louis Marchand – Pieces d’orgue et de claveçin: the complete music for organ and harpsichord

    Louis Marchand – Pieces d’orgue et de claveçin: the complete music for organ and harpsichord

    Louis Marchand’s fiery temperament is well documented. It led to a series of encounters with his peers that included shirking a competition with JS Bach, being sued for domestic violence, being sacked for impertinence towards Louis XIV, and an attempt to defame the priest-organist of Saint-Barthélemy, Paris, a position that had been bequeathed to Marchand by the outgoing organist, his father-in-law Robert Denis Les mer
    kr 439,00

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