Selected Organ Works Vol. 1
Charles Louis Eugène Koechlin (1867-1950) studied with Massenet and Fauré and founded the Société Musicale Indépendante together with Ravel, Schmitt, Caplet and Huré. Poulenc and Sauguet were two of his students. Koechlins organ composition is published in a two-volume edition for the first time. That this is a very important oeuvre becomes clear from the fact that the premières were performed by important organists: Olivier Messiaen played the Chorale op. 90 and Maurice Duruflé the first Sonatina.
An interesting edition for concerts, competitions and liturgy. A CD recording will be released on the ORGAN/IFO label.
Arranger: Kalipp, Wolf
Binding: Saddle stitching
Publisher: Schott Music