The Organ Of Saint Sulpice Paris / Joseph Nolan

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The Organ of Saint Sulpice, Paris is widely considered to be a prime example of the pinnacle of 19th-Century French organ building. Joseph Nolan expertly demonstrates the full capabilities of this mighty organ with this programme of Romantic organ music, performing favourite works by Boëllmann, Elgar, Liszt and Thalben-Ball. This disc is a follow-up to last year's well-received performance by Joseph Nolan on The Organ of Buckingham Palace (SIGCD114). 'Nolan not only draws real sparkle from the instrument, using its unpreposssessing resources to amazing effect, but turns out a magisterial account of the sonata's first movement [Sonata No. 3 in A, Medelssohn]' Gramophone Magazine

Product Description:

  • Catalog Number: SIGCD167

  • UPC: 635212016725

  • Label: Signum Classics

  • Composer: Franz Liszt, Léon Boëllmann, Sir Edward Elgar, Sir George Thalben-Ball

  • Performer: Joseph Nolan