martes, 30 de diciembre de 2014

Messiaen - La Nativité du Seigneur (The Birth of the Saviour) - Winpenny


Olivier Messiaen (1908–1992)
Winpenny, Tom - organ
Audio CD (December 9, 2014)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Naxos of America, Inc.
ASIN: B00OSB0NZE
Format audio: mp3 + m3u
Audio Quality: Very High (lossy)
Bit Rate: Constante Bit Rate 256 kbps
Size: 118 MB



Contenido del CD:
01] La Nativite Du Seigneur - I. La Vierge Et l'Enfant (The Virgin And Child)
02] La Nativite Du Seigneur - II. Les Bergers (The Shepherds)
03] La Nativite Du Seigneur - III. Desseins Eternels (Eternal Purposes)
04] La Nativite Du Seigneur - IV. Le Verbe (The Word)
05] La Nativite Du Seigneur - V. Les Enfants De Dieu (The Children Of God)
06] La Nativite Du Seigneur - VI. Les Anges (The Angels)
07] La Nativite Du Seigneur - VII. Jesus Accepte La Souffrance (Jesus Accepts Suffering)
08] La Nativite Du Seigneur - VIII. Les Mages (The Magi)
09] La Nativite Du Seigneur - IX. Dieu Parmi Nous (God Among Us)


Olivier Messiaen was a towering figure of twentieth-century European music. His highly personal musical language drew heavily on the natural world, the music of Eastern cultures and, above all, his devout Catholicism. A talented pianist, Messiaen entered the Paris Conservatoire in 1919 at a remarkably early age, and in 1927 joined Marcel Dupré’s organ class, although he had never previously set eyes on an organ console. Dupré spent the first class demonstrating the instrument, and Messiaen returned the following week, having learnt Bach’s Fantasia in C minor to an impressive standard. In 1931 he was appointed Organist at the Église de la Sainte-Trinité in Paris, with support for his candidacy from Charles Tournemire and Charles-Marie Widor—two of the city’s eminent organists. He would remain at La Trinité for more than sixty years, until his death.




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