Ernest Grosjean (1844 – 1936) published “Pièces pour orgue ou harmonium”, a set of 56 pieces in two volumes, in 1902. The first volume contains 33 easy pieces, that can be played without the use of pedals. In this Offertoire Grosjean prescrobes ‘Grand Choeur’ for all manuals. I allways thought an offertoire was supposed to be comtemplative, but I guess I was wrong.

The recording was done with the Hauptwerk software and the sampleset, made by Voxus, of the Stahlhuth/Jahn organ in the St. Martin’s church, Dudelange.

Grosjean, Offertoire



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