Complete Organ Symphonies, Series 2, by Charles-Marie Widor
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The greatest French organist of his day, Widor (1844–1937) composed 10 organ "symphonies" — actually solo compositions usually consisting of 6 or 7 short movements, that treat the organ as a kind of self-contained orchestra.
Series II includes Symphonies 6–8, Symphonie "Gothique" and Symphonie "Romane." Frequently performed today.
Glossary of French terms.