André Marchal (1894-1980) improvising on a theme by George Dyson at the opening recital of the Harrison organ of the Royal Festival Hall in 1954.
An ERATO recording, released exclusively in Australia by World Record Club. Subtitled The French Organ The Romantic and Symphonic Age 2nd Period: The Great Romantics. Australian WRC 3rd pressing, on blue 'herald' labels, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art.
André Louis Marchal (February 6, 1894 Paris – August 27, 1980 Saint-Jean-de-Luz) was a French organist and organ teacher. He was one of the great initiators of the twentieth-century organ revival in France. Marchal was born blind. Remarkably undaunted by this handicap, he studied the organ under Eugène Gigout at the Paris Conservatoire; and there, in 1913, he won the First Prize in organ-playing.
Title: The Encyclopaedia Of The Organ, Volume Three. Part of the Australian World Record Club series The Encyclopedia of the Organ. This is Volume Three of the series. An ERATO recording, released exclusively in Australia by World Record Club.
Arr. Carlo Rossini Organ Book Level: Intermediate Item: 00-FE07658.
This is the final volume of drawings and photographs from Danzig Baldaev and Sergei Vasiliev, which completes the Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia trilogy. Nomination: Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2010. This is the final volume of drawings and photographs from Danzig Baldaev and Sergei Vasiliev, which completes the Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia trilogy.
Volume III: Camps And Ghettos Under European Regimes Aligned With Nazi Germany. Volume III of the Encyclopedia describes over 700 sites in Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia, as well as in French and Italian colonies in Africa, and in Italian-occupied territories in Europe.
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in 1280 x 960 resolution or higher. Recording information: - Tracks 1, 6 & 12 recorded in February 1995, released on the album Octagon, May 1995. Tracks 2 & 10 recorded in May 1984, previously unreleased.
The Organ was a Canadian post-punk band formed in 2001 in Vancouver, British Columbia. They officially broke up on December 7, 2006, due to illness and personal conflicts in the band. The Organ were conceived in 2001 by frontwoman Katie Sketch, born Katie Ritchie, in Vancouver, BC. Sketch's musical training started at the age of three, when she began classical training on the violin.
Andre Marchal at the Grand Organ of the Church of Saint-Eustache, Paris.
|Fantasy in C Major, Op. 16|
|Prelude, Fugue And Variations, Op. 18|
|Grande Piece Symphonique Op. 17|
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