|1||Chorale No. 2 In B Minor|
|2||Chorale No. 1 In E Major|
|4||Chorale No. 3 In A Minor|
|SR90168||Franck - Marcel Dupré||Franck - Marcel Dupré - Pièce Héroïque / Three Chorales (LP, Album)||Mercury||SR90168||US||1958|
|MG 50168||Franck - Marcel Dupré||Franck - Marcel Dupré - Pièce Héroïque / Three Chorales (LP, Album, Mono)||Mercury||MG 50168||US||1958|
|MMA 11011||Franck - Marcel Dupré||Franck - Marcel Dupré - Pièce Héroïque / Three Chorales (LP, Mono)||Mercury||MMA 11011||UK||1959|
|131.001 MSY||Franck - Marcel Dupré||Franck - Marcel Dupré - Pièce Héroïque / Trois Chorals ; Marcel Dupre A L'orgue de L'eglise Saint Thomas De New York (LP)||Mercury||131.001 MSY||France||1963|
|AMS 16030||Franck - Marcel Dupré||Franck - Marcel Dupré - Pièce Héroïque / Three Chorales (LP, Album)||Mercury||AMS 16030||UK||1960|
- Composed By – Franck
- Edited By [Musical Editor] – Harold Lawrence
- Engineer, Technician [Technical Consultant] – C. R. Fine
- Mastered By [Tape-To-Disc Transfer] – George Piros
- Organ – Marcel Dupré
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Henry Ries
- Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] – Wilma Cozart
- Sleeve Notes – James Lyons
Glossy cover. Blue label. Stereo
Marcel Dupré playing the organ at St. Thomas Church, New York City.
Cover Printed in The Netherlands.
LP Made in Holland.
- Recorded At – St. Thomas Church, New York City, New York
Marcel Dupré playing the organ at St. Thomas Church, New York City. 1st original US pressing is on deep grooved dark maroon-red labels. FR1 A1 I stands for the 1st matrix lacquer, 1st metal mother and 1st stamper. Listen free to Marcel Dupre Franck: Piece Heroique - Three Chorales. Do you have the artwork for this album Add artwork. Do you know any background info about this album. Dupré entered the Paris Conservatoire in 1904, where he studied with Louis Diémer and Lazare Lévy piano, Alexandre Guilmant and Louis Vierne organ, and Charles-Marie Widor composition. In 1914, Dupré won the Grand Prix de Rome for his cantata, Psyché. In 1926, he was appointed professor of organ performance and improvisation at the Paris Conservatoire, a position he held until 1954. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Marcel Dupre: все альбомы, включая Marcel Dupré Plays Widor & Franck at Saint Thomas Church, NYC , Paul Paray: Un concert francais , Saint-Saëns: Symphonie No. 3 - Œuvres de Chabrier, Bizet & Lalo Les indispensables de Diapason и другие. Widor: Symphony No. 6: Allegro Salve ReginaFranck: Pièce Héroïque Three Chorales. Marcel Dupre. À la gloire des Invalides. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Marcel Dupré. Franck: Piece Heroique Three Chorales Remastered 2015, 2015. Chorale No. 3 in A Minor, 13:30. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Franck: Pièce héroïque Marcel Dupré Widor: Symphony No. 6: Allegro Salve. 1959 Universal International Music B. Released on: 1992-01-01. Disc IDs. Pièce héroïque. organ: Marcel Dupré French organist and composer on 1957-10-14. recorded at: Saint Thomas Church in New York, New York, United States on 1957-10-14. recording of: 3 Pièces pour grand orgue: Pièce héroïque, FWV 37 on 1957-10-14. composer: César Franck Belgian-born French composer in 1878. part of: Franck Werke Verzeichnis number: 37. part of: 3 Pièces pour grand orgue. Additional details. Type: Album. Packaging: CardboardPaper Sleeve. Open in. Clavier-Übung III, Prelude And Fugue In E-Flat Major, BWV 522 Saint Anne: Fugue. Stereo Marcel Dupré playing the organ at St. Thomas Church, New York City Dark maroon in Great Britain. Advertised as a new release in ''''Now in Stereo'''', Gramophone magazine, April Dupré French pronunciation: 3 May 1886 30 May 1971 was a French organist, composer, and pedagogue. Born at Rouen into a musical family, Marcel Dupré was a child prodigy. His father Albert Dupré was organist in Rouen and a friend of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, who built an organ in the family house when Marcel was 14 years old. Having already taken lessons from Alexandre Guilmant, he entered the Paris Conservatoire in 1904, where he studied with Louis Diémer and Lazare Lévy