A Performance/Lecture Contrasting the German Baroque and French Romantic Organs/ Registrations through Select Repertoire

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Camille G. DeVaney (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP )
Web Site: http://www.uncp.edu/academics/library
Janita Byars

Abstract: The final lecture project for the Masters of Arts in Music Education Degree is a combination of an organ recital and thesis paper. The music for the recital is German Baroque and French Romantic. The paper explains differences and similarities between the German Baroque and French Romantic organ specifications. Information about the literature and composers are in the thesis. Problems in registration for the pieces on the contemporary performance organ are included in the research and summarized by the writer. The lecture/recital is to be performed on the Schantz organ at the Laurinburg Presbyterian Church (see Appendix N).

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Language: English
Date: 2007
German Baroque Organ, French Romantic Organ, Recital, Music, Music Literature, Composers, Laurinburg Presbyterian Church,

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