Henri Mulet - Works for Organ
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Cat No: SOCD311
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd October 2015
Esquisses byzantines (10)
Offertoire pour la fete du Tres-Saint-Rosaire
ArtistsVirgile Monin (organ)
Rooted in the symphonic art of the 19th century and clearly not terribly eager to adopt contemporary musical trends, Henri Mulet saw things on no less of a grand scale at the time, even composing for orchestra. He conducted at the Société Nationale, including the first performances of his works, all prior to the Great War. A few pieces of sacred music and songs with piano also appear in his catalogue, as well as for voice and orchestra, but his works for organ are the best-known part of his output.
By the richness and scope of the cycle, the complexity of writing and instrumental demands, the Esquisses Byzantines - 10 Pieces for great organ - naturally remain his masterpiece.
Played on the organ of Notre-Dame de la Dalbade, Toulouse.
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