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Charles-Marie Widor: Symphonie Romane: 2. Choral
This is the second movement, the Choral, of Charles-Marie Widor’s tenth and last organ symphony, Symphonie romane, based on the Gregorian chant Hæc dies, which…
Louis Vierne: Third Symphony: 3. Intermezzo
The third movement, the Intermezzo, of Louis Vierne’s Third Symphony, written in 1911. The organ is the Cavaillé-Coll organ at Notre Dame de Metz, France….
Louis Vierne: Third Symphony: 4. Adagio
The fourth movement, the Adagio, of Louis Vierne’s Third Symphony, written in 1911. The organ is the Cavaillé-Coll organ at Notre Dame de Metz, France….
Louis Vierne: Third Symphony: 5. Final
The fifth and last movement of Louis Vierne’s Third Symphony, written in 1911. The organ is the Cavaillé-Coll organ at Notre Dame de Metz, France….
Louis Vierne: Toccata in B flat minor
From the second suite of “Pièces de Fantaisie” for large symphonic organ, written in 1926. Peter Bengtson, organ Louis Vierne: Third Symphony: 5. Final Torsten…
Torsten Nilsson: Crucifigatur
Crucifigatur – “Crucify him!” – is part of the suite Septem Improvisationes pro Organo by the Swedish composer Torsten Nilsson (1920-1999), organist, composer and the…
Torsten Nilsson: Lamento
Nox Angustiae – Night of Anguish – which depicts the rage and chaos of the original Good Friday in an expressionist manner, is scored for…
The Maids: Claire’s Dream Aria
“Last night when you were Madame in the white evening gown you were jubilant then You followed Monsieur, your lover, aboard… to Guyana or to…
The Maids: Overture and Scene 1
The opera The Maids, commissioned by the Royal Opera of Stockholm, received rave reviews and has since been staged in five different productions worldwide (Sweden,…
Louis Vierne: Feux Follets
Feu follet means “Will o’ the Wisp”: the most common name given to the mysterious lights that were said to lead travellers from the well-trodden…