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Charles-Marie Widor: The Organ Symphonies, Vol. 5: Symphonie gothique, Op.70 - Symphonie romane, Op.73

Joseph Nolan

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Symphonie gothique, Op. 70  
I. Moderato
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
II. Andante sostenuto
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
III. Allegro
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
IV. Toccata
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
Symphonie romane, Op. 73  
I. Moderato
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
II. Choral
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
III. Cantilene
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
IV. Finale
Charles-Marie Widor; Joseph Nolan
Total Playing Time    62:07
British organist Joseph Nolan presents the fifth volume in his series of Charles-Marie Widor’s organ symphonies, performed on the magnificent Cavaille-Coll instruments of La Madeleine in Paris and Saint-Sernin in Toulouse. Bridging the generations from Mendelssohn to Messiaen, Empire to Republic, Widor's organ symphonies are genre-defining in their influence. Nolan's previous volumes in the cycle received glowing praise, his interpretations called "utterly authoritative" by Gramophone.
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