Results 1 – 10 of 17 This page lists all sheet music of Pièce héroïque, M37 by César Auguste Franck ( ). Franck Piece Heroique. By César Franck, Marcel Dupré, Artist. • 4 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Piece Heroique. 2. Chorale No. 1 In E Major. . View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pièce Héroïque / Three Chorales on Discogs.

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The first theme re-appears and soon unleashes the full power of the organ in a second climax of intensity into which the second theme, harmonized as a chorale, triumphantly enters, singing the victory of light over darkness in the majesty of dazzling pifce. They could be released by a similar sideways movement and on release the lever returned to its original position.

Bar 21 From the distribution of the parts in m. Some- times his dynamic markings reinforce these. He taught at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore and was consultant to several prominent American organ building firms.

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Points for further discussion Sonority of reeds The reeds at Ste Clotilde, and on other Cavaille-Coll instruments, are said to have been revoiced in the early s. Where phrasing is indicated by a rest then the rest is observed franci there is no shortening of the last note or chord before the rest.

Study Score Part C: Bonnet made the tie. The piecs which emerges is exactly the same as the one we see in the first source: These corresponded to Franck s present markings ppp and mf. Langlais would not say where they are. It should be explained that hitherto there has never been any known indication from Franck s own hand as to how quickly he had imagined these pieces should be played, so that the tradition which has been passed down to us by his pupils and successors has until now been considered to be normative.


The great and the choir had similar stops, fourteen in each case, and a similar total dynamic level.

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The registration of the Chorals was in- dicated by Vincent d ndy though Franck did some preliminary work on them. Both pedal reeds and the 32ft foundation are probably im- plied by Franck s marking grand choeur. Some of the autographs have sub- sequently been made available to the public. The legato style is the style for Franck.

Yet, it could be exe- cuted on organs where the effect would be heard, by closing the swell box part way as the hands move to the Grand-Orgue and opening it throughout m. This is too basic for heroiqje organist to ignore. The console is in the piecd position as it was in Franck s time. These could be pushed downwards and locked by a sideways movement.

Joby Bell tagged Franck. It can be used to good effect in the opening pages of Choral no. The pistol swell lever on Franck s console was at the far right. The reeds are splendid and the full organ with reeds is very loud but not muddy. His slurs, which are not comprehensively marked, indicate phrasing as well as legato.

This gives assistance with the fingering and additional interpretational geroique to be made to herooique notes. This promise of secrecy, of course, weakened Fauquet s position in the eyes of organists and scholars who, to put it mildly, were astonished when they realised that, on the whole, Franck s tempi were per cent quicker than those prescribed by tradition.

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The chief mood imparted by the conclud- ing pages is that of triumph dearly bought. Bars Langlais instructed the present author that the melody should be played legato. I take the Pedal and the upper voices of the hands legato. In the similar place at m. They were pushed in and pulled out by hand. Even the Final is not this warlike. Peice Chart Chapter Eight: Langlais claims the authentic tradition for Franck and plays his works very expressively. There are no other formal tempo markings by Franck in the autograph although there are two, less formal, markings of lentement and one of largement in the au- tograph.


The vox hu- mana is indicated, with tremulant, in several of Franck s organ works, for example, in the two Fantaisies and in Choral no.

Powerfully accented and chromatic secondary ideas stress its deploratory [sic] character and lead it to- wards a first climax. One question which arises is whether the swell pedal may be used in Franck s works in addition to the places so marked ppiece the composer. The Peters edition edited by Otto Barblan is edited by addition of many more slurs and some extra registration indications in German, but generally does not tamper with the text. Marchal and Langlais played the soprano line legato in mm.

That can work to your hheroique for giving the Pedal some direction into the next phrase. Arthur Hahn arranged by Gerard Carter: There is no marking in the autograph. Langlais uses it now. The minim chord in the left hand at bar 81 is not tied to the crotchet chord in the next bar in the autograph or in the Durand first edition. Only use staccato when he writes it.

There are times, of course, where an extend- ed crescendo is required but these are usually indicated by appropri- ate words or by a hairpin.