Actually 4 sections. 1) Andante cantabile: lilting 9/8 melody on Récit Hautbois 8' with one or two voices on G.O. Harmonic Flute, and
another one or two on Pédale Subbass 16' + Bourdon 8'. 2) Lento: interlude with louder registration. 3) Allegro ma non
troppo: Beautfully worked out Fugue with G.O. coupled to Récit. 4) Andantino: The original melody and registration are reiterated, but
the G.O. figuration is mostly in sixteenth notes. Scores here.
Midi File available.
A. Cavaillé-Coll Organ, originally Paris, France, moved to Mainz, Germany (1877) -
Samples by Prof. Helmut Maier
- Prélude, Fugue et Variation
Audio track was created with Hauptwerk v. 1 software
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