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TRUMPET AND ORGAN

Florent Sauvageot, Mulhouse, trumpet
Cyril Pallaud, Strasbourg, organ

 

Johann Sebastian BACH
1685-1750 

Orgelchoral
„Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist“, BWV 667
 

Georg Philipp TELEMANN
1691-1767

Heroische Märsche für Trompete und Orgel:
La Majesté – La Grâce – La Vaillance – La Téméraire
 

Johann Sebastian BACH

Praeludium und Fuge G-Dur, BWV 541, für Orgel
 

Georg Friedrich HÄNDEL
1685-1759

Sonate F-Dur für Trompete und Orgel, HWV 288
Adagio – Allegro – Largo – Allegro
 

Nicolaus BRUHNS
1665-1697
 

Praeludium und Fuge G-Dur, für Orgel

Giovanni Bonaventura VIVIANI
1638-nach 1692

Sonata Prima C-Dur für Trompete und Orgel
Andante – Allegro – Andante – Vivace – Adagio
 

Johann Sebastian BACH

Fantasie und Fuge c-Moll, BWV 537, für Orgel
 

Giuseppe TARTINI
1692-1770

Concerto D-Dur für Trompete und Orgel
Allegro – Andante – Allegro grazioso

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Florent Sauvageot, born in 1970, studied trumpet in Mulhouse and Paris. He is currently trumpet soloist at the Victor Hugo Franche Comté Orchestra (Burgundy) and lecturer at the conservatory in Mulhouse/Alsace. He has given guest performances with the Orchestre National de France and the Orchestre Philharmonique Strasbourg, among others. He has travelled throughout France as a member of the brass ensemble Elektra. Sauvageot also leads the ensemble BBGE (Brass Band Grand Est) comprising some thirty musicians from symphonic orchestras in the east of France and dedicated to cultivating the big band style.

Cyril Pallaud is an organist and musicologist, who has taught at the Michel de Montaigne University Bordeaux III, among others, and is currently researching the subject of organ and society in Alsace. Pallaud curates the Festival de Musique Sacrée & d’Orgue d’Alsace and publishes the Revue de l’Orgue en Alsace. He has recorded several CDs on historic organs in Alsace and recently (2014) won the French gramophone award Léon d’Or for a Boëllmann recording. As well as playing the organ, Pallaud is a conductor, among others for the Alsace Chamber Choir and the vocal ensemble VOKALYS in Saint-Louis.
 

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