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“This is excellent playing, a model of how to treat this repertoire. Get a copy!” — [RCCO] Kingston Centre Newsletter

“La grande École d'orgue française” (The Great French Organ School) is an organ album dedicated to organist-composers who lived in France at the beginning of the 20th century. It was recorded at the Casavant organ of the Saints-Anges-Gardiens Church in Lachine, Quebec. It contains the following works: “Allegro” from the Sixth Symphony in G minor by Charles-Marie Widor; Prelude and fugue by André Fleury; “Romance” from the Fourth Symphony in G minor by Louis Vierne; Choral improvisation on the “Victimæ paschali” by Charles Tournemire; Prelude in F minor by Nadia Boulanger; Prelude and fugue on the name of Alain by Maurice Duruflé; Variations on a theme by Clément Janequin by Jehan Alain; Evocation by Marcel Dupré. Click here to read the program notes.


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