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John Fenstermaker|French Organ Music (Balbastre, dandrieu, Guilain, Vierne, Widor, Alain)

French Organ Music (Balbastre, dandrieu, Guilain, Vierne, Widor, Alain)

John Fenstermaker

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French Organ Music (Balbastre, dandrieu, Guilain, Vierne, Widor, Alain)

John Fenstermaker

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Recueil de noëls formant 4 suittes (Claude Balbastre)

1
Suite No. 2: I. Votre bonte grand Dieu
00:07:05

John Fenstermaker, Performer - Claude Bénigne Balbastre, Composer

(C) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings (P) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings

Offertoire (Jean-François Dandrieu)

2
Muzete
00:03:32

John Fenstermaker, Performer - Jean-François Dandrieu, Composer

(C) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings (P) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings

Pieces d'orgue pour le Magnificat (Jean Adam Guillaume Guilain)

3
Suite du premier ton
00:09:49

John Fenstermaker, Performer - Jean Adam Guillaume Guilain, Composer

(C) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings (P) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings

Litanies, AWV 100 (Jehan Alain)

4
Litanies, AWV 100
00:05:29

John Fenstermaker, Performer - Jehan Alain, Composer

(C) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings (P) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings

Organ Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 20 (Louis Vierne)

5
II. Choral
00:08:33

John Fenstermaker, Performer - Louis Vierne, Composer

(C) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings (P) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings

Organ Symphony No. 6 in G minor, Op. 42, No. 2

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II. Adagio
00:07:15

John Fenstermaker, Performer - Charles-Marie Widor, Composer

(C) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings (P) 2015 Wilson Audiophile Recordings

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