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L'Orgue Symphonique: French Organ Works from Windsor Castle

Richard Pinel

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Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 20  
1
I. Allegro
Louis Vierne; Richard Pinel
8:10
2
II. Choral
Louis Vierne; Richard Pinel
7:54
3
III. Scherzo
Louis Vierne; Richard Pinel
4:20
4
IV. Cantabile
Louis Vierne; Richard Pinel
8:17
5
V. Final
Louis Vierne; Richard Pinel
8:25
6
Pastorale
Jean Roger-Ducasse; Richard Pinel
13:12
Suite, Op. 5  
7
I. Prélude
Maurice Duruflé; Richard Pinel
8:54
8
II. Sicilienne
Maurice Duruflé; Richard Pinel
6:48
9
III. Toccata
Maurice Duruflé; Richard Pinel
8:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:34
Award-winning British organist Richard Pinel presents this programme of French organ music by Louis Vierne, Jean Roger-Ducasse and Maurice Duruflé, performed on the rarely recorded Harrison and Harrison organ in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

Recorded in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on 1-3 July 2015
Producer, Engineer & Editor: Adam Binks
Recorded at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution (DDD)
Cover image: St George’s Chapel organ pipes detail © Resonus Limited
Session photography © Resonus Limited

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