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Očić, Ljerka: Croatian Organ Music I

Croatian Organ Music I
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An invaluable contribution made by Professor Ladislav Šaban in organological research encompasses documents listing some eight hundred organs in Croatia - about six hundred of them were found in the continental regions of the country and about two hundred in the coastal areas. The condition of the instruments found varied considerably, but what comes as a surprise is their number, the quality of sound and a diversity of visual presentation. ...
 
The Croatian organ-playing heritage can thus be perceived within a context of the continental central European and Mediterranean cultures with each of them leaving distinctive marks on Croatian music.
A strong and stable bond has been formed between the organ and temples. The organ has thus become immanently sacred, a semiotic instrument of religion, an instrument which, over the course of history, has been deeply rooted and woven into the underlying reflections on spirituality nurtured by mankind, translating them into the universal language of music.
 
 

Cantus d.o.o., 2009. 
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Andrija Motovunjanin  Three Frottolas   
Anonymous  Sonata in G major  Croatia, 18th century - from a collection preserved at the Franciscan monastery in Klanjec 
Anonymous  Minuet in G major   
Anonymous  Pastorella in F major   
Anonymous  Sonata in F major   
Anonymous  Sonata in G major  Croatia, 18th century - from a collection preserved in the archives of the Franciscan monastery on Košljun 
Anonymous  Pastorella in G major   
Julije Bajamonti  Sonata in G major   
Julije Bajamonti  Sonata in D major    
Ferdo Livadić  Andante pro ecclesia   
Franjo Lučić  Elegy   
Franjo Dugan  Toccata in G minor