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Hello everyone,

 

I have been reading another topic and there was a mention of Vierne's Berceuse, which as it happens is a piece I have been trying to find for quite a while.

So my question is: Does anyone know where I could purchase it or get a copy off the internet???

I first heard this piece on the 1998 Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ CD, and it has been one of the pieces I've been trying to find since then, so if anyone could help that would be great.

 

Josh A

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Hello everyone,

 

I have been reading another topic and there was a mention of Vierne's Berceuse, which as it happens is a piece I have been trying to find for quite a while.

So my question is: Does anyone know where I could purchase it or get a copy off the internet???

I first heard this piece on the 1998 Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ CD, and it has been one of the pieces I've been trying to find since then, so if anyone could help that would be great.

 

Josh A

 

Lovely piece.

 

I imagine this is readily available, after all I found both books of the 24 pieces in free style in my local music shop. It can also be found online:

 

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Vierne%2C_Louis (assuming this does not infringe any copyright laws).

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Lovely piece.

 

I imagine this is readily available, after all I found both books of the 24 pieces in free style in my local music shop. It can also be found online:

 

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Vierne%2C_Louis (assuming this does not infringe any copyright laws).

 

Thank you very much Dulciana. Exactly what I wanted.

 

JA

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Lovely piece.

 

I imagine this is readily available, after all I found both books of the 24 pieces in free style in my local music shop. It can also be found online:

 

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Vierne%2C_Louis (assuming this does not infringe any copyright laws).

 

He died on 2 June 1937, so it is presumably just out of copyright.

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Actually, as I understand it, not until the end of the year of the 70th anniversary of the death.

 

Paul

 

My apologies - I had forgotten this point. I was distracted by the fact that the space bar was partly stuck down (at one end) on the keyboard which I was using - and which led to all sorts of interesting tricks, with words marching unbidden across the dialogue box....

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Hello everyone,

 

I have been reading another topic and there was a mention of Vierne's Berceuse, which as it happens is a piece I have been trying to find for quite a while.

So my question is: Does anyone know where I could purchase it or get a copy off the internet???

I first heard this piece on the 1998 Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ CD, and it has been one of the pieces I've been trying to find since then, so if anyone could help that would be great.

 

Josh A

 

 

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The Berceuse is published in the Kevin Mayhem album, "Music for thansgiving (could be Festivals) and remeberance".....I'm sure someone will know the exact title.

 

I often say that "I don't do French," but I absolutely adore the Berceuse and play it often.

 

MM

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Lovely piece.

 

I imagine this is readily available, after all I found both books of the 24 pieces in free style in my local music shop. It can also be found online:

 

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Vierne%2C_Louis (assuming this does not infringe any copyright laws).

I was quite excited to learn through this post of the International Music Score Library Project; there was a fair amount of organ music hosted there (admittedly not all of it yet in the public domain from a European point of view). Unfortunately I knew it was too good to last. :rolleyes: Copyright issues, needless to say. http://imslp.org/

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I was quite excited to learn through this post of the International Music Score Library Project; there was a fair amount of organ music hosted there (admittedly not all of it yet in the public domain from a European point of view). Unfortunately I knew it was too good to last. :rolleyes: Copyright issues, needless to say. http://imslp.org/

 

Yes, I agree it is a very useful site and I have found a great deal of music to attempt to learn, but a lot of it is still too difficult at the moment.

 

JA

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Was, mate, was. :rolleyes:

 

 

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From this moment on, I shall never buy NEW music again.

 

The age of music publishing should be allowed to die, and then musicians can use the internet to further the cause of true art.

 

I have about £30,000 worth of music, and I swear that before I shuffle off, I'll open up a subscription library service for organists, with hire charges of just 1p plus postage. (Very heavy overdue fines though; payable to the Organist's Benevolent Fund)

 

MM

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