Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lawrence Archbold and William J. Peterson.|
|Series||Eastman studies in music,|
|Contributions||Archbold, Lawrence, 1951-, Peterson, William J., 1948-|
|LC Classifications||ML624 .F74 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99030297|
In France, baroque organ music (referred to as French classical music, despite being from the Baroque period) was almost exclusively liturgical in nature and composed and performed in a very systemized manner. In addition, the organs were built along standardized lines. The compositions were smaller scale compared with those in other countries. The French organ school formed in the first half of the 17th century. It progressed from the strict polyphonic music of Jean Titelouze (c. –) to a unique, richly ornamented style with its own characteristic forms that made full use of the French classical mental in establishing this style were Louis Couperin (c. –), who experimented with structure, registration. Presenting a fresh approach to French organ music, David Ponsford analyses the repertory from the reign of Louis XIV by genre. The colourful French organ was so consistent in design that the very titles of pieces that were constituent parts of organ masses, Magnificats and suites prescribed the registrations: plein jeu, fugue, duo, récit, trio, fond d'orgue and grand jeu. The partially blind French organist and composer is known for his elegant style of writing, rich harmonies and respect for musical form. His output included six organ symphonies as well as over fifty other works for organ, however the finale to his first organ symphony truly captures his style and massively contributed to the organ symphony genre.
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