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Ascension

COMPOSER: Olivier Messiaen
PUBLISHER: Alphonse Leduc
PRODUCT TYPE: Studyscore
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
This edition of The Ascension for Orchestra by Olivier Messiaen is the conductor_x005F_x001A_s edition. This religious work lasts approximately 27 minutes and is divided into four parts. I. Majesté du Christ demandant sa gloire son père(Saint John_x005F_x001A_s Gospel) II. Allélu as sereins
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Composer Olivier Messiaen
Publisher Alphonse Leduc
Instrumentation Orchestra
Product Type Studyscore
Instrument Group Orchestra
Style Period Post 1901
Genre Classical
ISMN 9790046207204
Style Period Post 1901
Theme View desc Ascension
No. Pages 33
No. AL20720
Description
This edition of The Ascension for Orchestra by Olivier Messiaen is the conductor_x005F_x001A_s edition. This religious work lasts approximately 27 minutes and is divided into four parts. I. Majesté du Christ demandant sa gloire son père(Saint John_x005F_x001A_s Gospel) II. Allélu as sereins d_x005F_x001A_une me qui désire le ciel (Ascension Mass) III. Allélu a sur la trompette, Allélu a sur la cymbale (Psalm 46) IV. Prière du Christ montant vers son père (Saint John_x005F_x001A_s Gospel) This piece also exists for Solo Organ. Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) was a French organist and composer passionate about Ornithology and one of the most important composers of his century. Inspired by Japanese music, he had avery special way of composing and his work can be identified by its complexity, its diatonic aspect, its harmony with limited transposition, its colour and its additive rhythms. He composed many works related to ornithology andbirdsong, including the 'Bird Catalogue' in 7 volumes and the 'Treatise on rhythm, colour and ornithology' in 7 volumes.
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