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UNION WALLONNE DES ORGANISTES
25, rue Romainville
B-4520 BAS-OHA
BELGIUM


President:   Léon KERREMANS; Secretary-treasurer:  Edmond DE VOS
Board of directors:  Bernard CARLIER, Luc DE VOS, Étienne MOTTOUL, Thierry SMETS

The “Union Wallonne des Organistes” has been created in 1967.
The purposes are the promotion of Walloon organists and composers, and the development of the organistic and carillon legacy of Wallonie.

The quarterly review "L’Organiste" (in French) appeared for the first time in 1969.
It contains among others articles on the history of organs, biography of musicians, various news, and a previously unpublished musical supplement for organ and for carillon.

Every year, one annual concert brings together ten organists around an organ in Wallonie or in Brussels.
Each organist plays a work of a French-speaking Belgian or Walloon composer.

All the back issues of the quarterly, and all the musical supplements are available upon request.

To receive the review "L’Organiste", you just need to pay a contibution.

Contribution

Foreign: 30 €

only by international money order or by payment to the following bank-account:

IBAN: BE 60 0001 2982 2170 - BIC: BPOTBEB1 (Banque de La Poste - Brussels)

Other modes of payment (banks, ...): 37 €

It's also possible to pay via PayPal (
contact us for further information).
 

Publications

The U.W.O. Editions have been created in 1994.

Currently available (contact us to order):

 
Eight Pieces for organ by Richard FRÈTEUR (73 pages of music)

Price: 20,25 €
 
They're eight pieces for great organ: Canon en trio (1930), Fanfare inaugurale (1935), Piece Symphonique (1936), Theme, variations et fugue (1940), Carillon-Sortie (1954), Introduction et Toccata ( 1960), Offertoire pour une fete de la Benie Vierge Marie (s.d.) and Sortie Solennelle (s.d.).
This beautiful romantic music sounds best on a symphonic style or possibly neo-classic
organ,.
 

Anonymous Organ Book of the 18th century (186 pages of music)

Price: 38 €

This is an integral "Urtext" publishing of the collection preserved in the Royal Library Albert the First in Brussels under the reference B.R. III 1508.
The book contains 194 pieces for organ and 5 vocal pieces.

These pieces which are easy to play have been transcribed in modern notation and revised by Léon KERREMANS.

 
Anonymous Organ and Harpsichord Book  (end 17th - debut 18th centuries)
(177 pages of music) 

Price: 33 €
 
This is an integral "Urtext" publishing of the collection preserved in the Royal Library Albert the First in Brussels under the reference B.R.III 926.
The book contains 30 pieces for harpsichord, 2 vocal pieces and 134 pieces for organ. 29 of them are signed or have been identified (Boivin, Damance, Gorg debeaumon, Lebègue, Nivers and Thomelin).
These pieces
which are easy to play have been transcribed in modern notation and revised by Léon KERREMANS.
 
 
Pieces for great organ by Joseph JONGEN (35 pages of music)

Price: 20,50 €

They're unpublished works dating for most of the youth of the author: Elegy (1891), 20 Preludes and Verses (1891), Elevation (1891), Fugue in the style of J. S. Bach (1897), Legend (1930), and a transcription of the Aria of the “Suite in D” by J. S. Bach (1897).
 
 
Little Organ Pieces from the Book of Dame Beatrix TASSIN
(anonymous end 17th - debut 18
th centuries)
(35 pages of music)
 
Price: 10 €

This is an "Urtext" publishing from the collection preserved in the Royal Library Albert the First in Brussels under the reference B.R.III 900.
These pieces which are easy to play have been transcribed in modern notation and revised by Léon KERREMANS.


In preparation:
 
Organ works by Emile BINET

Organ works by Auguste VERREES

Organ works by Charles HENS




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