Pièces posthumes

Pièces posthumes is a set of 44 posthumous pieces for the organ composed by César Franck between 1858 and 1863. His son, Georges Franck, offered the set to the publisher Enoch & Cie., claimingthat they had been composed at the request of a friend of Franck's, a village amateur organist who asked the composer for some nice, yet simple pieces suitable vor the church service. The collection was first published in 1905. It was also published, in a heavily edited form, in 1934 by Tournemire (under the title L'Organiste, 2nd vol ... more

This piece contains the following parts:

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Pièces posthumes - 13. Quasi lento
Pièces posthumes - 14. Allegretto
Pièces posthumes - 35. Moderato (Noël)
Pièces posthumes - 36. Moderato
Pièces posthumes - 38. Grand Choeur (Sortie pour Noël)
Pièces posthumes - 33. Andantino
Composer Form Instrument Period
César Franck Piece Organ Romantic

César Franck

César-Auguste-Jean-Guillaume-Hubert Franck was a composer, pianist, organist, and music teacher who worked in Paris during his adult life. He was born in ...
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