Saint-SaпїЅns and the Organ (Paperback)

$55.00

Rollin Smith
2009

370 pp.

54 illustrations

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Description

Hailed by Franz Liszt as the world’s greatest organist Camille Saint-SaпїЅns was revered by his contemporaries for his ingenious improvisations his mastery of the art of registration his virtuosity and his eclectic organ compositions . Saint-SaпїЅns’s technique and style developed out of what remained of the French classic tradition that survived into the 19th century. use bridged the entire career of Aristide CavaillпїЅ-Coll and continued well into the 20th century. Rollin Smith author of The Organ Works of CпїЅsar Franck provides an insightful biographical view of Saint-SaпїЅns as organist and composer including detailed chapters on the construction and settings of instruments he played (the harmonium the Aeolian organ and the CavaillпїЅ-Coll organs among others). Within the eleven appendices are essays by and about Saint-SaпїЅns; recordings of his performances; specifications of selected organs that he played; and a thematic catalogue of his works for harmonium and organ.

Authors

Rollin Smith