Choir & Organ presents
THE NEOCLASSICAL ORGAN AND THE GREAT ARISTIDE CAVAILLÉ-COLL ORGAN OF SAINT-SULPICE, PARIS
In this finely analytical survey of the Cavaillé-Coll organ in Saint-Sulpice, Paris, Daniel Roth considers the instrument in both its 19th- and 20th-century contexts, and argues that it is a suitable vehicle for interpreting music from a wide circle of repertoire.
- Techniques used by neoclassical organ builders, including the importance of Victor Gonzalez
- The path traced by Cavaillé-Coll in the 19th Century, including the differences between the organs of Notre-Dame and Saint-Sulpice
- An interview with author Daniel Roth
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