Orgelauszug - ORGA - organ and orchestracomposer: Hindemith, PaulÉditeur: Schott Musicpages: 48Contenu - 1. Crescendo - 2. Allegro assai - 3. Canzonetta in triads, and two Ritornelli - 4. Phantasy on ´´Veni Creator Spiritus”
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Instrument : organNombre de Pages : 8Naji Hakim, born in Beirut in 1955, is counted among the most important of present-day organists and organ composers. He studied organ with Jean Langlais at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, was organist at Sacré-Coeur in Paris from 1985-93 and then succeeded Olivier Messiaen as organist at the Eglise de la Trinité. He gives concerts throughout the world, works as a professor at the Conservatoire de Musique in Boulogne, and holds a visiting professorship at the Royal Academy in London.In his organ works, Naji Hakim often draws his thematic material from the gregorian chant, thesaurus of the roman catholic church, situated in the spirit of Vatican II. This paraphrase of the antiphon to the virgin, ´Salve Regina´, is based on the plainsong theme (solemn tone). The gregorian line is unchanged; it evolves slowly above an expressive harmony. The text of the prayer is underligned by the meditative, soft and peaceful character.
from the Symphonie No. 6 - Allegro molto vivaceInstrument : organNombre de Pages : 32The third movement (Allegro molto vivace) from Tchaikovsky´s ´Symphonie pathétique´ is - though not specially designated as such - a typical scherzo and, what is more, actually one of the most brilliant orchestral pieces. The French organist Jean Guillou who is an excellent virtuoso in his own right has made it into a magnificent concert piece for organ. An effective encore piece for virtuoso organists!
TranscriptionInstrument : organNombre de Pages : 56A transcription justifies itself only by forgetting that it is a transcription and by incorporating the ´new´ instrument into the work, as it were, Jean Guillou writes in the preface to this edition.Especially transcribing a work for organ which was originally written for piano possesses a certain risk. Such a transcription should not sound like a piano score played on the organ. Rather, the specific possibilities offered by the organ have to be considered. That is why typically pianistic passages have to be rewritten to get an organistic character. Jean Guillou has masterfully succeeded in turning this great piano and orchestral work into a work for organ.Content : The Gnome - The Old Castle - Tuileries-Childrens´ Quarrelling After the Play - Bydlo - Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks - Samuel Goldengerg und Schmuyle - The Market Place of Limoges (The Big News) - Catacombae (Sepulcrum romanum) - Cum mortuis in lingua mortua - The Hut of Hens´ Legs (Baba-Yaga) - The Great Gate of Kiew