LA MÚSICA PARA ÓRGANO EN EL CONTEXTO DEL MOTU PROPRIO

(SEdeM, 2007)

Recorded in the organ Walcker (restored by G. Grenzing) of the church of Santiago de los Caballeros de Gáldar (Gran Canaria).

The Motu Proprio of Pius X, promulgated in 1903, promoted the creation of a new organ music that returned to the roots of Gregorian chant, but which accepted nineteenth-century musical developments.

In Spain it was widely accepted and favored a generation of composers such as Luis Urteaga, Martín Rodríguez, José María Beobide and many others.

List of works

L. Urteaga (1882-1960). Allegro maestoso

M. Rodríguez (1871-1961):
· Melodía Angélica de Tres interludios
· Pastoral-scherzo de Tres interludios
· Glosa sobre el himno “Veni Creator Spiritus”

D. Mas y Serracant (1870-1944). Ofertorio de Navidad

E. Torres (1872-1934):
· Entrada – Gradual (Surrexit Christus) – Ofertorio
· (Laetentur Coeli) – Elevación – Comunión

J. M. Beobide (1882-1967). Fantasía

L. Urteaga (1882-1960). Misa sexta para órgano o harmonio

J. Guridi (1886-1961). Variaciones sobre un tema vasco

DISCOGRAPHY

AVAILABLE ALBUMS

CABEZÓN

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BACH

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A GERMAN SOUL

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SACRED CANTATAS

A PALACE ORGAN

ESPAIS DE LLUM MUSICAL

MÚSICA D’ORGUE A CATALUNYA

MOTU PROPRIO (1903)

EL PRIMER PALAU

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