Organ music of the centuries; Classical and Romantic organ music, part three
Alabama college Montevallo Alabama in cooperation with the National Association of educational broadcasters presents organ music of the century's and historical recital series of pipe organ music featuring Putnam Porter organist. Today's tape recorded broadcast features music written during the romantic era of composing music written by sayers are from and Charles of the door. Although the term Caroll has been applied to the three great organ corrals of sleighs or frog the compositions are not too Corollas according to the general use of the term. Each of the compositions does have a Corolla like S. as its basis and the composition centers around this particular like melody. Actually the compositions could be called fantasies or poems. A term applied to a great deal of music written during the romantic era of musical composition. When the friends list heard the composer say or frog play these three compositions at St. Claude field in Paris he remarked that these poems will take their place beside the
works of the great Johann Sebastian Bach. Frank's Caroll in E major The first of the three corrals for the organ was written shortly before the composer Dawud in 1890. The serene melodies and sublime Majesty have led some music scholars to believe it symbolic of the first person of the Holy Trinity. Opens this program of organ music of the centuries with the SES R. Franks Caroll in the Major. Why.
I. The French romantic school of organ composers was without question the
finest in the world. The tradition was carried all such musicians as in a mirror were all parts. Aaron and Charles Vidor who was born in 1840 fought. In 1870 Vidor was appointed organist of the great church of Saint to peace in Paris. Opposition he held until his death in 1937. It is interesting to note that Vidor died while playing a recycle in St.. Peace at the age of 92. The doors contribution to the literature of the pipe organ is most significant is 10 symphonies for organ have become standard repertoire for organists all over the world and the music represents some of the outstanding writing of all times for the pipe organ. Although his ten compositions are called symphonies the title symphony is somewhat inappropriate. Some music scholars have suggested that the term suite would be more fitting for these compositions because they all contain from 4 to 7
movements of varying types. Organ music of the centuries continues as part plays the prelude Adagio and finale from Charles V to Rs Symphony Number 2. What.
Yes. For the past 30 minutes Alabama college at lot of Ottaway and cooperation with the
National Association of educational broadcasters has presented organ music on the side of a touring organ organ music of the science raises a series of 26 broadcasts resulting music written for the pipe organ during the play broke broke and robotic arrows by contemporary composers. Today's tape recorded broadcast featured music of the robotic era music written by slaves are from. And Charles we. Heard from Major Charles the doors of the Symphony Number two. This is Raul sayers speaking and inviting you to join us again soon for another program organ musical side. This is the A B network.
- Organ music of the centuries
- Producing Organization
- Alabama College
- Contributing Organization
- University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
- AAPB ID
- Episode Description
- This program presents performances of organ compositions by Cesar Franck and Charles Widor.
- Series Description
- Highlights of noted organ music selections from various periods, including Pre-Baroque and Baroque; Classical and Romantic; and Modern.
- Broadcast Date
- Media type
Host: Sears, Ralph
Performer: Porter, Putnam
Producing Organization: Alabama College
- AAPB Contributor Holdings
University of Maryland
Identifier: 55-22-15 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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- MLA: “Organ music of the centuries; Classical and Romantic organ music, part three.” 1955-01-01. University of Maryland, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Web. December 4, 2023. <http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-500-js9h8805>.
- APA: Organ music of the centuries; Classical and Romantic organ music, part three. Boston, MA: University of Maryland, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Retrieved from http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-500-js9h8805