Bedard: Messe for organ
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Denis Bâ”œÂ®dard's "Messe" (Mass) for solo organ was commissioned by Monaco Cathedral for the cathedral's centenary festivities. It was premiered by Olivier Vernet on December 8, 2011, during a solemn mass which included the benediction of the cathedral's new organ. The work is in five movements: Entrâ”œÂ®e, Mâ”œÂ®ditation, Offertoire, Communion and Sortie. The Entrâ”œÂ®e, the Mâ”œÂ®ditation and the Sortie are based on Gregorian chants (Salve Regina and Ave Maris Stella), whereas the Communion consists of variations on the hymn O Sanctissima. The Offertoire is a brilliant work on original themes. 1- Entrâ”œÂ®e 2- Mâ”œÂ®ditation sur â”¬Â½ Salve Regina â”¬â•— 3- Offertoire 4- Communion (Variations sur â”¬Â½ O Sanctissima â”¬â•—) 5- Sortie (Fantaisie sur â”¬Â½ Ave Maris Stella â”¬â•—)
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