Composers

Nouvelles suites de pièces d'orgue

Composer: Lasceux Guillaume

Instruments: Organ Harpsichord

Tags: Suite

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Journal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 1. Fugue PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 2. Andante Cantabile PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 3. Andantino PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 4. Grand jeu PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 5. Duo de Cornet et de positif PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 6. Voix humaine PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 7. Dialogue de Voix humaine et de haubois PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 8. Recit de haubois ou de Cromorne PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 9. Grand jeu PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 10. Simphonie Concertante - Offertoire PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 11. Andante Cantabile PDF 0 MB
Journal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 1. Fugue (sur le Kyrie) PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 2. Cromorne avec les fonds PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 3. Flûtes PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 4. Grand Jeu PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 5. Duo de Cornet et de positif PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 6. Voix humaine PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 7. Dialogue de Voix humaine et de haubois PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 8. Récit de haubois ou de cromorne PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 9. Grand Jeu PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 10. Offertoire - Simphonie concertante PDF 0 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 11. Cromorne avec les fonds PDF 0 MB
Complete (Journals I-III, V). Journal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels PDF 1 MBComplete (Journals I-III, V). Journal II. Magnificat in F major PDF 1 MBComplete (Journals I-III, V). Journal III. Trois Noëls Variés PDF 1 MBComplete (Journals I-III, V). Journal V. Magnificat in D minor PDF 1 MB
Journal II. Magnificat in F major. 1. Duo PDF 0 MBJournal II. Magnificat in F major. 2. Cromorne avec les fonds PDF 0 MBJournal II. Magnificat in F major. 3. Dialogue de Voix humaine et de Hautbois PDF 0 MBJournal II. Magnificat in F major. 4. Récit de Flûtes PDF 0 MBJournal II. Magnificat in F major. 5. Grand Jeu PDF 0 MBJournal II. Magnificat in F major. 6. Grand Jeu «Chasse» pour servir d’Offertoire PDF 0 MB
Journal V. Magnificat in D minor. 1. Duo PDF 2 MBJournal V. Magnificat in D minor. 2. Cromorne avec les fonds PDF 0 MBJournal V. Magnificat in D minor. 3. Flûte PDF 0 MBJournal V. Magnificat in D minor. 4. Dialogue de Voix Humaine et de Hautbois PDF 0 MBJournal V. Magnificat in D minor. 5. Chœur en Rondeau PDF 0 MBJournal V. Magnificat in D minor. 6. Grand Jeu pour servir d’Offertoire PDF 0 MB
Complete (Journals I-III, V). Journal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels PDF 1 MBComplete (Journals I-III, V). Journal II. Magnificat in F major PDF 0 MBComplete (Journals I-III, V). Journal III. Trois Noëls Variés PDF 0 MBComplete (Journals I-III, V). Journal V. Magnificat in D minor PDF 3 MB
Journal III. Trois Noëls Variés. 1. Quoi, ma voisine, es-tu fâchée? PDF 0 MBJournal III. Trois Noëls Variés. 2. Joseph est bien marié PDF 0 MBJournal III. Trois Noëls Variés. 3. Où s’en vont ces gais bergers? PDF 0 MB
Journal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 4. Grand Jeu PDF 1 MBJournal I. Messe des Grands Solemnels. 10. Sinfonie Concertante PDF 5 MB
Selections. Messes et magnificats PDF 36 MB
Wikipedia
Guillaume Lasceux (3 February 1740 - 1831) was a French organist, improviser and composer.
Born in Poissy, Lasceux began his career as an organist in the parish of St-Martin of Chevreuse in 1758. He moved to Paris in 1762 to study music composition for five years with Charles Noblet, organist and harpsichordist of the Opera. He succeeded him to the Mathurins in 1769. In the same year, he was appointed organist at St-Aure, and 10 years later, at the Minimes convent, Place Royale [fr], with similar posts at the College of Navarre and the Magloire Seminary [fr].
In 1769, he replaced Claude-Nicolas Ingrain on the organ of the Saint-Étienne-du-Mont church, of which he officially became titular in 1774. During the Revolution, he lost most of his posts and had to earn a living by accompanying the theophilantropic ceremonies in Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, converted into a "Temple of Branch piety". He resumed his organist's post in 1803, after the restoration of Catholic worship there, and retired on 2 January 1819.
Recognized as a virtuoso on the organ, harpsichord or forte-piano, Lasceux became famous for his improvisations inspired by the Last Judgement.
His work includes vocal pieces, chamber music and numerous organ pieces.