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Jean-Albert Villard, Jean Boyer - Historische Cliquot-Orgeln In Frankreich = Historical Clicquot Organs In France = Orgues Historiques Cliquot En France flac-Album

Jean-Albert Villard, Jean Boyer - Historische Cliquot-Orgeln In Frankreich = Historical Clicquot Organs In France = Orgues Historiques Cliquot En France flac-Album

Darsteller:
Jean-Albert Villard, Jean Boyer
Album:
Historische Cliquot-Orgeln In Frankreich = Historical Clicquot Organs In France = Orgues Historiques Cliquot En France
Land:
Freigegeben:
1976
Label:
Telefunken
Katalog:
6.35293 DX
Genre:
Stil:
Baroque
Größe des MP3-Archivs:
1579 mb
Größe des FLAC-Archivs:
2847 mb

Trackliste

1Trio
2Cinquieme Ton
3Dessus de tierce
4Plein jeu a deux choeurs
5Cornet
6Dialogue de voix humaine
7Fugue sur le Kyrie
8Tierce en taille
9Grand dialogue
10Dialogue de Hautbois et Cromorne
11Quatrieme Ton
12Verset sur le Christe
13Fugue-quatuor
14Troisieme Ton
15Cantique: <>
16Andante en Si mineur
17Recit
18Grand plein jeu continu
19Duo
20Sixieme Ton
21Cromhorne en taille
22Grand prelude avec les pedales de trompette melees
23Deuxieme Ton
24Dialogue en fugue
25Septieme Ton
26Grands Jeux
27Fantaisie et Fugue
28 Premier Livre d'Orgue
29Dialogue de recits, de petite trompette et de petite tierce
30Fugue a deux sujets
31Fugue grave
32Huitieme Ton
33Cantique: <>
34A deux choeurs
35Basse de trompette
36Verset sur le Kyrie
37Choral: <>
38Cantique: <>
39Premier Ton
40Dialogue de cromhorne en tailee et de cornet separe
41Voix humaine
42Quatuor

Credits

  • Composed ByAlexandre Boëly (tracks: C, D), Jacques Boyvin (tracks: A, B)
  • Liner NotesReinhardt Menger
  • OrganJean Boyer (tracks: C, D), Jean-Albert Villard (tracks: A, B)

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: Contr. Copyr.

Unternehmen

  • Record Company – TELDEC »Telefunken-Decca« Schallplatten GmbH
  • Manufactured By – TELDEC »Telefunken-Decca« Schallplatten GmbH

Album

Jean-Albert Villard , Jean Boyer. Artists J Jean Boyer Historical Clicquot Organs In . Plein Chant Du Premier Kyrie. En Taille. 2e Couplet. Louis Alexandre Clicquot-Organ, Houdan. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Rights Society: Contr. Label Code: LC 0366. Ton Koopman - Historische Cliquot-Orgeln In Frankreich Historical Clicquot Organs In France Orgues Historiques Cliquot En France Vol. 2 PDF review. Related at Ton Koopman - Historische Cliquot-Orgeln In Frankreich Historical Clicquot Organs In France Orgues Historiques Cliquot En France Vol. 2: Michel Corrette, Johann Sonnleitner - Johann Sonnleitner Spielt Das Premier Livre D'Orgue von Michel Corrette Predigerkirche Basel. François-Henri Clicquot 1732 May 24, 1790 was a French organ builder and was the grandson of Robert Clicquot and son of Louis-Alexandre Cliquot, who were also noted organ builders. Though extensively rebuilt and expanded in the nineteenth century by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, some of the original Clicquot pipework was reused, notably in the pedal division of that instrument, where it continues to be heard. Albert Bolliger CD sinus swissmusic. Organ compositions by N. Lebègue, . d'Anglebert, F. d'Angincour, P. Dandrieu, J. Dandrieu, N. Siret a. Albert Bolliger, organ: see link sinus below. February 23, 2006 - 09:47. This article was automatically imported from our old content management system. If you see any display errors, please let us know: community-feedback. Jean-Pierre Griveau Jean-Pierre Griveau studied at the conservatory in Toulouse where he was awarded seven First Prizes. At the Orleans Conser-vatory, he was unanimously awarded First Prize in organ. Though extensively rebuilt and expanded in the nineteenth century by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, some of the original Clic-quot pipework was reused, notably in the pedal division of that instrument, where it continues to be heard today. Merklin retired in 1898. Many of the organs he built in France are now classified as historical monuments by the French Ministry of Culture. Les orgues de Charles Mutin. Musical instrument. Jean Langlais 1907-1991: Méditation sur les jeux de fonds extrait de la Suite Française Olivier Dekeister, orgue Louis Debierre 1901 Saint-Lambert de V. Jean-Pierre Boyer, politician and soldier who served as president of Haiti in 181843 and tried unsuccessfully to stop a severe decline in the Haitian economy. Boyer, a mulatto of mixed African and European descent, was educated in France. He served with the mulatto leader Alexandre Sabès Pétion. Boyer negotiated an agreement with France in 1825 by which the French consented to recognize Haitian independence in return for the payment of an indemnity of 150 million francs as compensation for the massacre of French plantation owners by black slaves during the Haitian wars of independence. Vinyl - LP - used - NMNM - STIL - 1803 S 72 - Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original Housed In Laminated Cover With 8 Page Illustrated Booklet Jean Albert Villard Playing The Louis Alexandre Cliquot Organ At The Church Of Historical Monument en monumento protexido en Francia como patrimonio nacional gl édifice français protégé en tant que monument historique utiliser monument historique classé et monument historique inscrit fr εθνικό ιστορικό μνημείο στη Γαλλία el en França oc monumento historico de Francia es フランス歴史文化財, フ. ランス歴史記念物, フランス史跡, 歴史文化財, 歴史的建造物 フランス, 歴史的建造物, モニュマンイストリック, 歴史的記念物 ja гістарычная славутасьць Францыя be-tarask. Boyer and Cohen, as well as other scientists involved in cloning experimentation, soon recognized the feasibility of using bacteria into which human genetic information was incorporated to duplicate the bodys natural means of fighting disease and to remedy birth disorders. In fall 1977, even before Genentech had its own facilities, Boyer at UCSF and Keiichi Itakura at the City of Hope Medical Center in Duarte, California, succeeded in expressing a mammalian protein in bacteria-somatostatin. This hormone, produced in the human brain, plays a major role in regulating the growth hormone