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Premier Livre d’Orgue (1699) – Nicolas de Grigny

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    Nicolas de Grigny (1672–1703)

    Studied with Nicolas Lebègue. Organist at the abbey church of St. Denis, just north of Paris, and later at the cathedral in Reims.

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    General Editor: Wayne Leupold

    . . . this absolutely splendid volume is the result of intensive collaboration over some time . . . warmly recommended . . . painstaking list of discrepancies . . . the music . . . is most elegant, a pleasure to play from, spacious and often quite beautiful . . . a masterpiece has been achieved here. 
    – Peter Williams (The Organ Yearbook, 2016)

    Complete works for organ (mass and hymns): detailed editorial and interpretive commentary (Wayne Leupold and James David Christie); extensive preface on performance practices (H. Joseph Butler, Lenora McCroskey, and Sandra Soderlund); chants with Latin texts and English translations; analysis of ornamented chant movement; and many facsimiles. Medium.

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