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As a composer (of 74 opus numbers), Rolande Falcinelli wanted to follow Marcel Dupré's motto: "to link organ to mainstream music". Then, in addition to numerous contributions to organ, cembalo, piano, vocal, orchestral repertoire, she wrote important pieces for organ and piano, organ and violin, organ and viola, organ and two violas, organ and violoncello, organ and flute, organ and voice, organ and orchestra.
Her style is characterized by a restless harmonic writing and a free modality enlarged by her interest in extra-european musics. She studied especially Persian traditional music and wrote during the 70s three masterpieces according to Iranian modes, rythms and arguments.