Suite Gothique

Composer: Boëllmann Léon

Instruments: Organ

Tags: Suite


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Complete. Complete Score PDF 0 MBComplete. 1. Introduction-Choral PDF 0 MBComplete. 2. Menuet gothique PDF 0 MBComplete. 3. Prière à Notre-Dame PDF 0 MBComplete. 4. Toccata PDF 0 MB
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Toccata (No.4). Piano (G. Ziegler)Menuet gothique (No.2). Flute + Guitar (Henk Kok)Toccata (No.4). Piano + Tuba (Jess R. Smith)Prière à Notre-Dame (No.3). Flute + Guitar (Henk Kok)Complete. Piano(2) (Léon Roques)Prière à Notre-Dame (No.3). Pump organ (Unknown)Prière à Notre-Dame (No.3). Piano + Violin (Unknown)Menuet gothique (No.2). Cello + Piano (Léon Roques)Prière à Notre-Dame (No.3). Accordion + Orchestra (De Bra, Paul)Prière à Notre-Dame (No.3). Cello + Piano (Stephez12)Toccata (No.4). Accordion + Orchestra (De Bra, Paul)Toccata (No.4). Piano four hands (Tomasz Jagłowski)
Suite gothique, Op. 25 is a suite for organ composed by Léon Boëllmann in 1895.
The suite consists of four movements:
The first movement (Introduction - Choral) is in C minor and is made up of harmonized choral phrases that are first played in block chords on the great and pedals, and then repeated, piano, on the Swell. The second movement (Menuet gothique) is in 3/4 time and in C major. The third movement (Prière à Notre-Dame) is in A-flat major; it rarely uses dynamics above 'piano'. The final fourth movement (Toccata) is the best-known of the suite. This movement returns to C minor, ending with a Tierce de Picardie on full organ.
The suite was transcribed for brass band by Eric Ball, and is frequently used as a concert finale by bands such as Fodens, Black Dyke and Brighouse & Rastrick, as well as a test piece in contesting.