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 I includes Symphonies Nos. 1–4, Op. 13 and Symphonie No. 5, Op. 42. Frequently performed today. Glossary of French terms.
Reprint of Symphonies, Op. 13 et 42, pour Orgue, Maison J. Mahlo & J. Hamelle, Paris, n.d.; Symphonie gothique, Op. 70, B. Schott's Söhne, Mainz, 1895; and Symphonies pour Orgue: Op73—Romane, J. Hamelle, n.d.
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