Charles Tournemire: Musica Mystica - Gregorianik im Dialog

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1 Te deum laudamus: Intonation (organ) - Hymnus (Schola) 7:05 88/24 Album only
2 Te deum laudamus: Improvisation sur le "Te Deum" 6:14 $2.49 Buy
3 Piece symphonique op. 16 7:52 88/24 Album only
4 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Andantino 2:04 $2.49 Buy
5 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Scherzetto 1:43 $2.49 Buy
6 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Final 1:27 $2.49 Buy
7 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Larghetto 2:06 $2.49 Buy
8 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Romances sans Paroles 1:23 $2.49 Buy
9 Petite rhapsodie improvisee 3:34 $2.49 Buy
10 Ave maris stella: Hymnus (Schola) 3:06 $2.49 Buy
11 Ave maris stella: Fantaisie-Improvisation sur l'"Ave Maris stella" 10:03 88/24 Album only
12 Cantilene improvisee 3:58 $2.49 Buy
13 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Allegretto 0:59 $2.49 Buy
14 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Toccatina 1:24 $2.49 Buy
15 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Choral 0:56 $2.49 Buy
16 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Intermezzo 0:46 $2.49 Buy
17 Dix Pieces (dans le style libre): Adagietto 0:56 $2.49 Buy
18 Adagio op. 19 Nr. 1 2:03 $2.49 Buy
19 Victimae paschali laudes: Hymnus (Schola) 1:57 $2.49 Buy
20 Victimae paschali laudes: Choral-Improvisation sur le "Victimae paschali" 8:22 88/24 Album only

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This SACD brings together music of deep religiosity by the French composer Charles Tournemire, including some recording premieres, and Gregorian chants as performed by the Berlin Cathedral Schola. Both components were first presented together in the Musica Mystica concert series supervised artistically by the cathedral music director Matthias Brommann and the organist Andreas Sieling. As a typical representative of the liturgistes, the Bordeaux native Tournemire found the source for the inspiration of his organ works above all in the rite of the Roman Catholic Church and in Gregorian chant. This pupil of the great Cesar Franck regarded music that did not serve to glorify God as meaningless.