Vierne Mass used for Easter Sunday Mass at Saint-Sulpice

$89.00

A re-creation of the Latin Mass for Easter Sunday at Saint-Sulpice. Daniel Roth & Eric Lebrun, organists; Choeur D’Oratorio de Paris, Jean Sourisse, Director; Choeur Gregorien de Paris, Thibaut Marlin, Director; Edward Schaefer, Herve Lamy, Charles Barbier, soloists.

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This recording of the Vierne Mass is a Sonic Spectacular featuring both Cavaillé-Coll pipe organs at Saint-Sulpice in Paris. It re-creates a Traditional Latin Mass as it might have sounded at the time Louis Vierne was assistant organist to Charles-Marie Widor at Saint-Sulpice at the end of the 19th century. Set on Easter Sunday, the recording is complete, using the Vierne Mass as the Ordinary. The listener first hears the peal of the church’s bells, fading into Saint-Sulpice where Daniel Roth improvises on the Gregorian Chant Proper for the Introit on Easter Sunday, “Resurrexi, et adhuc tecum sum.” This is the complete liturgy for Easter Sunday using Vierne’s “Messe Solennelle” as the Mass setting for the Ordinary, and all the prayers and Propers are sung. The recording ends with a joyous improvised Sortie on “Victimae Paschali Laudes.” Daniel Roth and Eric Lebrun simultaneously improvise the Sortie on both pipe organs in Saint-Sulpice.

This recording of the Vierne Mass contains 2 CDs with a 64-page book. The book includes essays by Mark Dwyer on the Vierne Mass and by Camille Haedt on 19th- and early 20th-century Parisian liturgical practices, full stop lists of both pipe organs at Saint-Sulpice, stunning photographs and the full text from the Roman Missal of the Mass in Latin and English, including descriptions of how the music and liturgy integrate. This unique recording will give organists an understanding of the common influence shared by the 19th- and early 20th-century Parisian organists and of the Catholic Church. The American Record Guide says: “Its power coupled with the resonant acoustics make this setting not only historic, but musically satisfying as well…I would rank this interpretation with Cochereau at Notre-Dame and Pincemaille at St. Denis.”

 NameComposer
1Bells of Saint-Sulpice 
2Le matin de PaquesImprovisation by Daniel Roth
3Vidi AquamAnonymous
4DialogueAnonymous
5Improvisation on ResurrexiImprovisation by Daniel Roth
6Introit, ResurrexiAnonymous
7Messe Solennelle: KyrieLouis Vierne
8Messe Solennelle: GloriaLouis Vierne
9CollectAnonymous
10EpistleAnonymous
11Graduel: Haec DiesAnonymous
12Improvisation based on Haec DiesImprovisation by Daniel Roth
13AlleluiaJacobus Gallus
14Victimae PaschaliImprovisation by Daniel Roth
15GospelAnonymous
16Free ImprovisationImprovisation by Daniel Roth
17CredoAnonymous
18Salutation & Offertory VerseAnonymous
19Improvisation based on Terra tremuitImprovisation by Daniel Roth
20Jubilate DeoGiovanni Gabrieli
21Salutation and PrefaceAnonymous
22Messe Solennelle: SanctusLouis Vierne
23Free Improvisation during the CanonImprovisation by Daniel Roth
24Messe Solennelle: BenedictusLouis Vierne
25Improvisation: Recit de CornetImprovisation by Daniel Roth
26Dialogue and Pater NosterAnonymous
27Improvisation: Choeur de voix humainesImprovisation by Daniel Roth
28Messe Solennelle: Agnus DeiLouis Vierne
29Improvisation: Dialogue Nasard et BourdonImprovisation by Daniel Roth
30ConfiteorAnonymous
31Free ImprovisationImprovisation by Daniel Roth
32Communion VerseAnonymous
33Communion Improvisation based on Pascha NostrumImprovisation by Daniel Roth
34Tantum Ergo, Op. 2Louis Vierne
35PostcommunionAnonymous
36Dismissal and BlessingAnonymous
37Improvisation based on Gloria Patri, Psalm Tone VImprovisation by Daniel Roth
38Postlude ImprovisationImprovisation by Daniel Roth and Eric Lebrun

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