Journal d'orgue No.1 (Beauvarlet-Charpentier, Jean-Jacques)

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Work Title Journal d'orgue No.1
Alternative. Title Messe en Mi mineur
Composer Beauvarlet-Charpentier, Jean-Jacques
Key E minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 21 Pieces
  • I. Kyrie
1. ... (Prélude)
2. Fuga
3. Sur le Cromorne avec les Fonds
4. Récit de Flûte
5. Grand Chœur
  • II. Gloria
1. Plain Jeu
2. Petit plain jeu
3. Duo
4. Dialogue de Hautbois et Basson ou Cromorne
5. Récit de Tierce en Dialogue avec la Flûte
6. Plain Jeu «Qui tollis»
7. Récit de Flûte
8. Grand Chœur
9. Petit plain Jeu
  • III. Offertoire
Concerto de Flûte
  • IV. (Autres parties)
1. Sanctus (Plain Jeu)
2. Récit de Nazard pour le second Sanctus
3. Récit de voix humaine pour l’Élévation
4. Agnus Dei
5. Poste Comunion
6. Deo gratias
First Publication. 1784
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Organ

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Please note that due to a repeated «musicological» confusion, the real name of this composer is CHARPENTIER, as clearly written on each and every score published during his lifetime, never «Beauvarlet-Charpentier»; however, his son Jacques-Marie added «Beauvarlet» to his own name probably to avoid being confused with his father. P.G.