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André Luy - L'Orgue Silbermann (De l'Église Saint Thomas de Strasbourg) mp3 album

  • Performer: André Luy
  • Title: L'Orgue Silbermann (De l'Église Saint Thomas de Strasbourg)
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: ASF DXD XM APE AIFF MIDI AA
  • MP3 album: 1742 mb
  • FLAC album: 1477 mb
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André Luy - L'Orgue Silbermann (De l'Église Saint Thomas de Strasbourg) mp3 album

glise Saint-Thomas de Strasbourg. Profile: Protestant church in Strasbourg, France. Also appears as St. Thomas or Thomaskirche (in German) Organ Silbermann, built in 1741, restored by Wetzel in 1836, Dalstein-Haerpfer in 1908, Schwenkedel in 1943, Muhleisen en 1955, Alfred Kern in 1979.

Johann Andreas Silbermann, also known as Jean-André Silbermann (26 June 1712, in Strasbourg – 11 February 1783, in Strasbourg) was an 18th-century organ-builder, as were his father Andreas Silbermann and his paternal uncle Gottfried Silbermann. Mozart met with Silbermann during his (Mozart's) stay in Strasbourg in 1778, and played on the pipe organs in the two Lutheran churches Saint-Thomas (preserved), and Temple Neuf (destroyed in 1870), which he calls ″Silbermann's best".

Français : Console originale de l'orgue Silbermann (1740) à l'église Saint-Thomas de Strasbourg. Mozart en joua en 1778. C'est sur cet instrument qu'Albert Schweitzer instaura en 1909 la tradition des concerts commémoratifs du 28 juillet, jour anniversaire de la mort de . La console ne put être réemployée au moment de la grande restauration de l'orgue achevée en 1979. Elle fut reconstituée en 1980 à partir des éléments conservés (bâti général - parties foncées -, claviers, pédalier, tirants, et.

St Thomas' Church (French: Église Saint-Thomas, German: Thomaskirche) is a historical building in Strasbourg, eastern France. It is the main Lutheran church of the city since its Cathedral became Catholic again after the annexation of the town by France in 1681. It is nicknamed the "Protestant Cathedral" (la cathédrale du Protestantisme alsacien, Kathedrale der Protestanten) or the Old Lady (Die alte Dame), and the only example of a hall church in the Alsace region

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The Sainte-Madeleine Church (Église Sainte-Madeleine, German: Magdalenenkirche) is a Catholic church in Strasbourg, France, which was built in Gothic style in the late 15th century, but largely rebuilt in a style close to Jugendstil after a devastating fire in 1904. Destroyed again during World War II, the church was re-constructed in its modern form. This is the fourth building dedicated to Mary Magdalene built in the city since the 13th century

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Take a tour of the Eglise Saint-Thomas, France to visit historic site in Strasbourg. This church is internationally renowned for its historic and musically significant organs: the 1741 Silbermann organ played by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1778, and a 1905 organ built by Fritz Haerpfer. The church's impressive collection includes a late-Gothic representation of Saint Michael, the second-largest fresco of its kind in France. Many of the medieval leaded windows are still intact, including the rose stained glass toward the front of the building.

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Cinq Versets Sur "Ave Maris Stella" (Anonyme Français du XVIIe Siècle)
A1 "Plain Chant En Taille, Du 1er Ton" 1:56
A2 "A 5 Jeux Différents, Plain Chant En Taille, Du 1er Ton" 1:34
A3 "Autre Plain Chant, Pour Le Petit Plain Jeu Et La Pédale De Fluste" 1:32
A4 "Fugue Grave Pour La Trompette Et Le Clairon, Du 1er Ton" 2:07
A5 "Autre Fugue À 3, Du 1er Ton" 1:27
Pièces Du 4e Ton
Composed By – Jacques Boyvin
A6 "Grand Prélude À 5 Parties, À 2 Choeurs" 2:23
A7 "Fugue Chromatique" 2:16
A8 "Récit Grave De Nazard" 1:41
A9 "Dialogue De Récits Et De Trios" 2:05
A10 "Duos" 1:30
A11 "Cromorne En Taille" 2:30
A12 "A Deux Choeurs" 1:55
Partite Diverse Sopra: "O Gott, Du Frommer Gott", BWV 767
Composed By – J. S. Bach*
B1 Part. 1: "Choral" 1:06
B2 Part. 2: "Prière Au Dieu Souverain" 2:28
B3 Part. 3: "Accomplir Le Devoir" 1:07
B4 Part. 4: "Parler En Vérité" 0:44
B5 Part. 5: "Aide De Dieu Dans L'Adversité" 0:56
B6 Part. 6: "Paix Avec Son Prochain" 1:21
B7 Part. 7: "Cheminement Du Chrétien" 1:17
B8 Part. 8: "Sa Mort" 2:13
B9 Part. 9: "Sa Résurrection" 3:00
Prélude Et Fugue En Sol Majeur, BWV 541
Composed By – J. S. Bach*
B10 Prélude 3:08
B11 Fugue 4:54

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Auvidis
  • Recorded At – Église Saint-Thomas de Strasbourg

Credits

  • Organ – André Luy


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