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Music Sheet By Eugenio Maria Fagiani
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72 pages of Sheet music that can be used by any musician in a very nice and elegant format with 12 staves for each page.
Adagio (Seventh Symphony) - Bruckner By Eugenio Maria Fagiani
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This is the transcription of the Adagio from Bruckner's Seventh Symphony. I have done this in order to make available for all organists one of the greatest masterpieces of all symphonic music. Music... More > that is so linked with the idea of eternity. Sergiu Celibidache once said: For him, the tempo is different than the other composers. To an ordinary man, the tempo is what comes after the start. For Bruckner, the tempo is what comes after the end. All his final apotheosis, the hope in another world, hope to be saved, to be baptized again in the light - all this does not exist anywhere else in the same way.< Less
Forlane Ravel Tombeau Couperin Organ Transcription Fagiani By Eugenio Maria Fagiani
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Maurice RAVEL: Forlane (III. Le Tombeau de Couperin) transcribed for organ by Eugenio Maria FAGIANI The music genre of the Tombeau (literally, "monument", thus a music tribute to memory)... More > recalls the tradition of the late French baroque, peculiar to Jean-Philippe Rameau and, of course, François Couperin. Composed during the First World War, this collection is a music homage to the French Golden age for the harpsichord. La Forlane, the Rigaudon and the closing Toccata are the most characteristic pages of this six movements suite. Particularly, the Forlane is a transformed trascription done by Ravel himself, and this is confirmed also by the choice of the title of the entire composition, the Forlane of the Fourth Concert Royale by François Couperin (as Ravel stated in a letter to Cipa Godebski in april 1914).< Less
Rigaudon Ravel Organ Transcription By Eugenio Maria Fagiani
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Maurice RAVEL: Rigaudon (IV. Le Tombeau de Couperin) transcribed for organ by Eugenio Maria FAGIANI The music genre of the Tombeau (literally, "monument", thus a music tribute to memory)... More > recalls the tradition of the late French baroque, peculiar to Jean-Philippe Rameau and, of course, François Couperin. Composed during the First World War, this collection is a music homage to the French Golden age for the harpsichord. La Forlane, the Rigaudon and the closing Toccata are the most characteristic pages of this six movements suite. Particularly, the Forlane is a transformed trascription done by Ravel himself, and this is confirmed also by the choice of the title of the entire composition, the Forlane of the Fourth Concert Royale by François Couperin (as Ravel stated in a letter to Cipa Godebski in april 1914).< Less

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