Dupre At Saint-Sulpice Vol.3 (Remastered 2015)

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1 Grande Piece Symphonique, Op.17: 1. Andante serioso - Allegro non troppo e maestoso 10:42 96/24 Album only
2 Grande Piece Symphonique, Op.17: 2. Andante - Allegro - 06:09 96/24 Album only
3 Grande Piece Symphonique, Op.17: 3. Andante - Andante serioso - Allegro 09:11 96/24 Album only
4 Fantasie in A Major 14:50 96/24 Album only
5 Pastorale, Op.19, No.4 08:14 96/24 Album only

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César Franck (1822-1890): 
Grande Pièce symphonique, Op. 17
Fantaisie en la majeur, FWV 35, Trois Pièces, No. 1
Pastorale, Op. 19, 6 Pièces d’orgue, No. 4, in E Major, Andantino — Quasi allegretto

These works by César Franck were recorded between July 5 and 7, 1959, at the gallery organ of the church of Saint-Sulpice, Paris, on 3-track half-inch tape, using three Schoeps M201 omni-directional condenser microphones. They were originally released as SR90228.

Marcel Dupré was a prolific performer who played over two thousand recitals around the world in his lifetime, including a series in which he played Bach’s complete organ works - from memory. Re-mastered by Mercury Living Presence specialists from the original tapes, The Complete Mercury Living Presence Recordings of Marcel Dupré is now available digitally. It includes five albums appearing digitally for the first time as well as two albums originally released on Philips.

Recording Supervisor: Wilma Cozart
Technical Supervisor: C. Robert Fine
Producer: Harold Lawrence
Chief Engineer: Robert Eberenz

Analog to digital transfer by John K. Chester, from first-generation 3-track master tapes
Plangent Process and Audio Restoration by Jamie Howarth
3- to 2-channel Conversion and HD Mastering by Thomas Fine

First Digital Release