Tournemire - Mariae Virginis - Vincent Boucher - 2017 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Tournemire – Mariae Virginis – Vincent Boucher – 2017 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Charles Tournemire
Performer: Vincent Boucher – organ
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Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
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Vincent Boucher / Tournemire – Mariae Virginis

Charles Tournemire (1870-1939)

01. Pièce symphonique, op. 16 8:33

L’orgue mystique, Cycle après la Pentecôte, Op. 57 No. 35 “In Assumptione B.M.V.” 20:58

02. I. Prelude a l’Introït 1:35
03. II. Offertoire 4:47
04. III. Élévation 1:30
05. IV. Communion 2:46
06. V. Paraphrase-Carillon 10:20

Petites fleurs musicales, Op. 66 “In Assumptione B.M.V.” 7:07

07. I. Introït 0:47
08. II. Offertoire 1:48
09. III. Élévation 0:50
10. IV. Communion 1:08
11. V. Chaconne 2:34

Postludes libres pour des antiennes de magnificat, Op. 68 1:27

12. Postlude: In Assumptione B.M.V. 0:35
13. Amen: In Assumptione B.M.V. 0:52

L’orgue mystique, Cycle de Noël, Op. 55 No. 2 “Immaculata Conceptio B. Mariae Virginis” 21:41

14. I. Prelude a l’Introït 1:57
15. II. Offertoire 4:28
16. III. Élévation 1:16
17. IV. Communion 3:40
18. V. Postlude 10:20$3.15

Petites fleurs musicales, Op. 66 “Immaculata Conceptio B. Mariae Virginis” 6:15

19. I. Introït 0:52
20. II. Offertoire 1:54
21. III. Élévation 0:50
22. IV. Communion 1:15
23. V. Ricercare 1:24

Postludes libres pour des antiennes de magnificat, Op. 68 1:51

24. Postlude: Immaculata Conceptio B. Mariae Virginis 0:50
25. Amen: Immaculata Conceptio B. Mariae Virginis 1:01

Recorded: February 2016 and January 2017
Recording Venue: Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec, Canada

Canadian organist Vincent Boucher continues his exploration of Tournemire’s complete organ music with Volume 4 of the cycle. The pieces that comprise the enourmous L’Orgue Mystique are organized in 51 sets, one for every Sunday and holiday of the liturgical year except Advent and Lent, when the organ remains silent. An ardent believer, Tournemire insisted on adding pieces for the holidays celebrating the Virgin Mary: the feasts of the Immaculate Conception, the Nativity of Mary, the Purification, and the Assumption.

“To undertake this recording project is to face an unsuspected and gigantic quantity of music: 253 pieces of L’Orgue mystique, the symphonies, the poems, the collections… It is also to find oneself in the presence of music that is innovative, mystical and poetic,” says Vincent Boucher.

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