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  1. Charles-Marie Widor (b Lyons, 21 Feb ; d Paris, 12 March ). French organist, composer and teacher known primarily for his organ symphonies. His mother was of Italian ancestry, and his paternal grandfather was an organ builder of Hungarian descent; his father was both an organ builder and performer who gave Widor his first lessons.
  2. Mar 10,  · Charles-Marie Widor (21 February – 12 March ) was a French organist, composer and teacher. Widor wrote music for a wide variety of instruments and ensembles (some of his songs for voice and piano are especially notable) and composed four operas and a ballet, but only his works for organ are played with any regularity today.
  3. Mar 03,  · Charles-Marie Widor (21 February – 12 March ) was a French organist, composer and teacher. Widor wrote music for a wide variety of instruments and ensembles (some of his songs for voice and piano are especially notable) and composed four operas and a ballet, but only his works for organ are played with any regularity today.
  4. B Mus (Hons.)(Performing Art)--University of Pretoria, The Organ Symphonies of Widor () and the Cavaillé-Coll organ of Saint-Sulpice.
  5. Widely regarded as the culmination of French romanticism on the organ, Widor's symphonies include some of the most frequently performed and recorded works in the modern organ repertoire. Most of these 'symphonies' - so called to emphasise the orchestral wealth of timbres offered by the new French organs - were written specifically to exploit the capacities of the modern Cavaille-Coll organ.
  6. Charles-Marie Widor, Günther Kaunzinger - Symphonies Pour Orgue Nrs. 5 E 6 (LP) Label: Novalis Cat#: Media Condition: Media: Very Good (VG) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Very Good Plus (VG+) One light audible mark, otherwise vg++ / Sleeve has light wear. View Release Page: Seller: hoppe; %, ratings ; Ships From: Germany%().
  7. The story of Charles-Marie Widor takes the form of a fresco that leads us into the political, scientific, and artistic world of the Second French Empire and most of the French Third Republic. Known as the founder of the organ school and the author of 10 symphonies for his instrument, Widor takes on the airs of a European ambassador of French.
  8. The fifth volume in our series of Charles-Marie Widor’s Organ Symphonies, performed by Joseph Nolan on the magnificent Cavaille-Coll organs of La Madeleine, Paris and Saint-Sernin, Toulouse. Bridging the generations from Mendelssohn to Messiaen, Empire to Republic, Widor was born to the organ. His Lyonnaise kinsfolk were organ-builders, he showed early talent for the instrument, and for.

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