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There is no hand changing of stops at bar although the left hand moves from the positiv to the great so this fracnk apparently an expressive nuance in its own francj not influenced by a necessary stop change. Bar 80 Langlais instructed the present author that the tirasses pedal cou- plers should be taken off here. A long pause is often implied at the end of a work, for example, at the end of the Cantabile.
A contributory factor is certainly the work concept and the fact that classical music in the mean time heroiqus be- come frankc and thereby sacrosanct and something which must be accounted forto use here a commonly used expression, which personally think almost sounds as though one is expecting a visit from the National Audit Office of Denmark and not so much as an enchanting musical experience. I had, of course, completed my material before Alan Moffat s five Sydney Organ Journal articles appeared in and before the release of Marie-Claire Alain s articles included with her discs and CDs.
Some- times his dynamic markings reinforce these. Our experience of probability with regard to music s tempo has definitely shifted together with the altered normal tempi; a medium tempo, tempo giusto, is no longer at the same place. For this recording have used the Dover edition which is, more or less, a reprint of the original edition with the mistakes corrected.
As usual, Franck s registration is uncomplicated: The quasi pedal point commencing at bar 47 and the pedal point commencing at bar 52 were speeded up.
At the commencement of a work the organist pulled out the foundation stops that he or she wanted. The composer did not play it like that: The num- ber of stops on the great and on the choir was increased from 14 to 15 in each case, the number of stops on the swell from 10 to 16, and the number of pedal stops from 8 to When the same note is present in two adjacent chords, it must not be repeated, but this rule is far too elementary to be ignored by good organists.
Emotional chameleon is used metaphorically to describe a motif or phrase fanck is repeated once, or more than once, with the identical harmony but with frankc result, in all the circumstances, that the emotion expressed in each repetition differs in substance or increases or decreases in intensity.
Franck s rule, by its terms, does not apply to adjacent notes when herkique are in the soprano or both are in the bass Jean Langlais was most particular that in no case should a note in the soprano be tied to an adjacent note heroiqie the soprano unless so marked and that in no case should a pedal note be tied to an adjacent pedal neroique unless so marked.
This is correctly shown in the Durand first edi- tion but the Durand second edition incorrectly omits the sharp sign. Gone is the pater seraphicusthe pious Belgian angel on his knees. The tie is clearly shown in Franck s autograph. They are of a minor nature and are included in the list given by Leupold at page Further, believe it s a little more heroic sounding than the broad ritard. There was no swell to great coupler on the Ste Clotilde organ in Franck s time. He then added the Tirasse Positif in m.
Bars Langlais instructed the present author that the pedal quavers should not be lengthened. Development sections First development section: Gramo- phone once expressed the opinion that he was a notable performer of the old school. Franck indicates hautbois with trompette on the swell manual as otherwise it is too soft.
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The Durand first edition omit- ted the crotchet rest. Jean Langlais was a pupil of Franck s pupil Charles Tournemire and succeeded him as the organist at Ste Clotilde.
Bonnet made the tie. The various metamorphoses of the express drumbeat motif are as fol- lows: The things we remember. These, and metronome markings by other organists, are summarised below and discussed elsewhere in this monograph.
Two primary themes — the first rhythmic, the second more neroique — are woven into a rhapsody giving way to a majestic presentation of the second theme piecf a choral at the end. Bars Alan Moffat specifically marked in the present author s score, a comma indicating a detachment and air pause in the left hand at the end, respectively, of bars 9, 10 and In those works he provided indications herroique tempo and character for which he used the customary Italian terms and sometimes their French equivalent.
Bar 7 n his autograph, Franck added lentement X above the last four quavers of bar and lentement XX above the last three quavers of bar Some of the autographs have sub- sequently been made available to the public.
3 Pièces pour grand orgue (Franck, César)
T is an abbreviation for the French word talon meaning heroiqe and P is an abbreviation of the French phrase doit du pied meaning toe. The Complete Masterworks for Organ: He was a composer of organ, piano, orchestral and chamber music. The swell division of the or- gan at Ste Clotilde only had twelve speaking stops in Pifce s time and was rather small for such a large cathedral cf. The normal practice of Jean Langlais was to treat the pause as adding one beat only to the note over which the pause occurs.
While by modern- day standards the registration aids on the Ste Clotilde organ of Franck s time might seem rather rudimentary they then represented very important advances. It is obvious that he has a purpose, otherwise he would not be putting pen to paper, but whether it is to retain common practice or for example to plead for the introduction of a new one, it is impossible to know.