16th century French organ music

16th century French organ music
Xavier Darasse (organ), André Isoir (organ)
Vox / Turnabout TV 4 126 [LP, mono] Vox / Turnabout TV 34 126 S [LP, stereo]


    Anon., suite of dances (published by Attaignant)
  1. Basse dance
    Seconde gaillarde

  2. Jean Titelouze
  3. Hymnus: Exultet caelum
  4. Hymnus: Urbs lerusalem
  5. Hymnus: Ad Caenam

  6. Anon. (published by Attaignant)
  7. L'espoir que j'ay

  8. Anon. (published by Attaignant)
    Tant que vivray
    Jean Titelouze
  9. Hymnus: Ave Maria Stella

Playing time: ??' ??"

[1], [5]-[6] André Isoir (organ)
[2]-[4], [7] Xavier Darasse (organ)

Recording site and date:
[1], [5]-[6] Organ of the church of St. Severin, Paris, France [09/1966]
[2]-[4], [7] Organ in the Cathedral of Sarlat, Dordogne, France [1965]
rel.: 1967

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