The concerts at the Liboson
The music hall
The concerts take place in an unusual setting, at the Liboson, a former sheepfold transformed by Paul du Marchie v.V. into a cultural center, situated in a protected natural area, halfway between Montreux and the Rochers-de-Naye.
The purpose of these concerts is to invite musicians to play in this particular setting. The music hall features an exceptional digital classical organ of 4 keyboards and 85 stops, with a 32-note pedalboard, that allows playing the baroque and romantic repertoire. There is also a hybrid grand piano, with tactile response system.
The music hall can accommodate up to 25 people. The concerts take place in an intimate atmosphere.
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CD ORGAN Nr 1
Nicole du Marchie v.V.
plays at the organ of the Liboson :
Guy Ropartz ( "Prélude funèbre" in B minor )
Max Reger ( Toccata in D minor, opus 59 )
Gaston Litaize ( "Prière" )
Franz Liszt ( Orpheus )
Julius Reubke ( Sonata in C minor "the 94th psalm" )
The sonata for organ by Julius Reubke has inspired Nicole to write a novel (in French).
CD ORGAN Nr 2 (double CD)
"Souffle des Profondeurs"
(Breathing of the Deep)
Paul and Nicole du Marchie v.V. play at the organ of the Liboson pieces of music composed between the seventeenth and the twentieth century. This double CD gives the preference to a meditative approach of organ music.