{ J.-D. Thomelin : Organ Works }
Pièces pour orgue


 Jacques-Denis Thomelin :
Organ works
One volume 10 × 12½
22 pages
Euros 29.-

Published from three manuscripts in the Sainte-Geneviève Library in Paris, these anonymous works for organ could be assigned to Thomelin for various specificities discussed in the Foreword.  Thomelin (? 1693) was one of the four organists of the Royal Chapel at Versailles and was appointed at the extraordinary instrument of Saint-Germain des Prés and at that of Saint-Jacques de la Boucherie.  He also used to be the teacher of François Couperin (who will succeed him at the Royal Chapel).
The five verses on Ave Maris Stella, particularly, are among the most sumptuous known ones on this hymn in the French classical organ world.


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Ave Maris Stella Plain-chant en taille
Ave Maris Stella à trois jeux différents
Autre Plain-chant pour le Plain-jeu
    et la Pédale de Fluste
Fugue grave pour la Trompette et le Clairon
Autre fugue à 3
Trio du 2e ton
Récit du 2e ton
Duo du 5e ton
Basse de Trompette
Duo du 1er ton
Duo du 2e ton
Autre Duo du 2e ton
Prélude du 2e ton
Prélude du 1er ton
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