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Charles-Marie Widor

Charles-Marie Widor

1844-1937

Charles Marie Widor was titular organist of Saint Sulpice, Paris, for 64 years. His ten organ symphonies number among the most famous works of French symphonic organ music of the end of the 19th century.

Works recorded by AEOLUS:

Marche américaine A major
Mattheus-Final (from „Bach’s Memento”) C minor
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Adagio E flat major [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Allegretto A flat major [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Finale C minor [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Intermezzo G minor [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Marche Pontificale C major [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Méditation E flat minor [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 1 op.13,1 - Prelude C minor [op.13,1]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Adagio D major [op.13.2]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Andante B flat major [op.13,2]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Finale D major [op.13,2]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Pastorale G major [op.13,2]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Praeludium Circulare D major [op.13,2]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Salve Regina D minor [op.13,2]
Symphonie No. 2 op.13,2 - Scherzo (La Chasse) E major [op.13,2]
Symphony No. 4: "Toccata" F minor [op.13, 4]
Symphony No.4: "Andante cantabile" [op.13, 4]
Symphony No.4: "Final" F major [op.13, 4]
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