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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

The Dupré Legacy

A continuing exploration of the unusual compositions of one of the 20th century’s most acclaimed and influential recitalists and teachers, Marcel Dupré.

Audio Complete Show

Audio 9917 Part 1 42:55 Min

Audio 9917 Part 2 45:16 Min

Program Broadcast dates:

Music played in the program

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Sinfonia in G, Opus 42 –Jeannine Morrison, piano; Alan Morrison (1992 Ruffatti/Spivey Hall, Clayton State University, Morrow, GA) ACA Digital 20050

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Miscellaneous Pieces, from Opus 28: Chorales. Number 31, Opus 50: Inventions, Number 1, 3, 14 & 10, and Opus 63: Modal Fugues, Number 3 –James Biery (1972 Casavant Frères/Cathedral of Saints Peter & Paul, Providence, RI) Naxos 8.553862

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Prelude & Fugue in C, Opus 36, number 3 –Torvald Torén (1976 Grönlunds/Hedvig Eleonora Church, Stockholm, Sweden) Proprius PRCD-9003

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Trio in f for Violin, Cello and Organ, Opus 55 –Clemens Quatacker, violin; Carlo Schmitz, cello; Jozef Sluys (1895 Van Bever/St. Jan Berchmans College, Brussels, Belgium) Prezioso CD-820.202

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Prelude & Fugue in A-flat, Opus 36, number 2 –Jeremy Filsell (1908; 2001 Harrison & Harrison/Cathedral, Ely, England, UK) Gamut CD-530

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Prelude & Fugue in e, Opus 36, number 1 –Ulrich Meldau (1988 Kleuker-Steinmeyer/Tonhalle, Zürich, Switzerland) Motette CD MOT 40201

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Cortege et Litanie, Opus 19, number 2 –Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, David Bowden, conductor; Daniel McKinley (1942 Aeolian-Skinner/First Christian Church, Columbus, IN) Naxos 8.553922

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