15 Pièces pour orgue ou piano-pédalier (Rousseau, Samuel Alexandre)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Alphonse Leduc, 1894. Plate A.L. 9240.
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Work Title 15 Pièces pour orgue ou piano-pédalier
Alternative. Title
Composer Rousseau, Samuel Alexandre
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 15 pieces:
I. Entrée nuptiale in E major
II. Canzona in E major
III. Écho in B minor
IV. Berceuse in B major
V. Scherzo in D major
VI. Larghetto in F major
VII. Verset de Procession in D major
VIII. Communion in E major
IX. Cantabile in G major
X. Élévation in E major
XI. Prélude in C minor
XII. Cantilène in G minor
XIII. Offertoire funèbre in D minor
XIV. Moderato in E major
XV. Sortie in D major
First Publication. 1894? by Alphonse Leduc
Dedication Various - (see below)
I. Émile Réty
II. William Crane Carl
III. Camille Saint-Saëns
IV. Henri Eymieu
V. Jules Stoltz? (1848?–1906)
VI. l'Abbé de Bréon
VII. Paul Fauchey (1858–1936)
VIII. Monsieur (Georges Philippe?) Deslandres (1849–1875)
IX. Raphaël Debo?, organist at Notre Dame at Courtrai (Kortrijk), Belgium)
X. Théodore Salomé
XI. J.W. - John William? Hinton (1849–1922)
XII. M. Jean François Léon? Cazajus (b.1858)
XIII. l'abbé Chazot
XIV. Monsieur (poss. Charles Victor? 1837–1899) Sieg - some research confirms that of the 2 organists of this surname on MusicSack the "organiste à Clignancourt" which is some of the other information we have, died in 1899, so almost definitely.
XV. Georges Mac-Master
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Organ or Pedal-piano