Clair de Lune by Garritan published on 2013-01-16T00:14:47Z Demo featuring virtual instruments from the Garritan Classic Pipe Organs sound library. "Clair de Lune" is the third and most famous movement of Claude Debussy's Suite Bergamasque. This beautiful dreamy composition was written for piano by Debussy in 1890 at the age of 25. This organ rendition uses some of the light sounding stops of the Modern 2 pipe organ. Stops used: Modern 2 Choir Clarinet 8', Modern 2 Great Flute Harm, Modern 2 Pedal Bourdon, Sine wave utility, Modern 2 Choir Gemshorn 8', Modern 2 Choir Vox Humana 8', Modern 2 Great Spitzflote 4', Modern 2 Swell Rohr Schalmei 4', Modern 2 Great Octave 4' (with shutter use).