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René Saorgin - Orgues Historiques / France - Malaucène album flac

  • Performer: René Saorgin
  • Title: Orgues Historiques / France - Malaucène
  • Size FLAC ver: 1766 mb
  • Date of release: 1989
  • Style: Baroque
  • Other formats: FLAC VQF DXD AU APE AHX MIDI
  • Genre: Classical
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
René Saorgin - Orgues Historiques / France - Malaucène album flac


Apparatus Musico-Organisticus
Douze Toccatas Pour Orgue By Georg Muffat (1653-1704)
1 Toccata N°10 En Ré Majeur 5:12
2 Toccata N°2 En Sol Mineur 5:44
3 Toccata N°9 En Mi Mineur 6:46
4 Toccata N°7 En Do Majeur 8:51
5 Toccata N°3 En La Mineur 5:32
6 Toccata N°12 En Si Bémol Majeur 6:42
7 Toccata N°5 En Do Majeur 5:12
8 Toccata N°1 En Ré Mineur 5:12
9 Toccata N°8 En Sol Majeur 7:02
10 Toccata N°11 En Ut Mineur 6:32
11 Toccata N°4 En Mi Mineur 5:13
12 Toccata N°6 En Fa Majeur 8:08

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Harmonia Mundi
  • Copyright (c) – Harmonia Mundi
  • Recorded At – Église Saint-Michel et Saint-Pierre, Malaucène


  • Composed By – Georg Muffat
  • Edited By [Montage], Recorded By [Prise De Son] – Pierre Studer
  • Liner Notes – Almut Lenz, Derek Yeld
  • Organ – René Saorgin


ⓟ 1973
ⓒ 1989

Recorded in july 1973 on an organ Charles Boisselin .

Orgues Historiques, France: Malaucène.

Orgues De France - Malaucène.

René Saorgin (1928 – 16 December 2015) was a French organist who was born in Cannes. He began his musical studies at the Nice Conservatoire and then went to Paris to study composition with Maurice Duruflé and Noël Gallon at the Paris Conservatoire. At the same time he took organ lessons with Gaston Litaize. Benefitting from the revival of the classical organ between 1955 and 1960, his knowledge and mastery of the instrument were essentially self-taught

René Saorgin plays the organs of Malaucène (organ by Charles Boisselin, 1712), Brescia (San Giuseppe: organ by Graziadio Antegnati, 1581) and Bastia (Sainte-Marie: organ by Serassi, 1844). Michel Chapuis plays the organs of Marmoutier (André Silbermann, 1710) and Saint-Maximin (Jean-Esprit Isnard, 1772). Helmut Winter plays the organs of Trebel (Johann Georg Stein senior, 1777) and Altenbruch (Coci-Klapmeyer, 1498-1730). Rene Saorgin, Orgues Historiques - Malaucene.

Malaucène (Comtat Venaissin). Apparatus Musico-Organisticus (1690). Composed By – Georg Muffat.

Traces the origins, history and development of the organ through Italy, Spain and France. Explores the classical sobriety of the Italian style, the Golden Age of the organ in sixteenth century Spain and the French style of the eighteenth century. Features music by Frescobaldi, de Cabezón, de Arauxo, Attaignant, de Grigny, Daquin and Couperin. René Saorgin Frans organist (1928-2015). René Saorgin französischer Organist. René Saorgin French musician. René Saorgin músico francés. René Saorgin organista francese. René Saorgin organiste français.

René Saorgin is recorded on the following albums: Nicolas de Grigny - Organ Music.

Album · 1970 · 14 Songs. By Georg Muffat - René Saorgin. 14 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes. Released: Dec 31, 1970. 1971 harmonia mundi. More By Francis Chapelet.

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