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Daniel Roth, the great titular organist of the Church of St. Sulpice in Paris, plays the pipe organ at Washington National Cathedral in this live recording. Fourth in a series of live concert recordings from the cathedral, Roth's performances are absolutely electrifying. His own "Fantasie Fugue on Regina coeli," a brilliant improvisation, two Widor masterpieces: "Allegro" from the Sixth Symphony, and a particularly inspired performance of one of Roth's signature pieces, Widor's "Symphonie Romane."
This recording comes with extensive documentation: notes on the music, stoplist and numerous photos and a written interview with the artist.
There still are a limited number of CDs available for this title.
|1||Symphonie No. 6 pour grand orgue, Op. 42, No. 2: Allegro||Charles-Marie Widor|
|3||Fantaisie fugee sur le "Regina coeli" (2004)||Daniel Roth|
|4||Symphonie Romane, Op. 73: Moderato||Charles-Marie Widor|
|5||Symphonie Romane, Op. 73: Choral (Adagio)||Charles-Marie Widor|
|6||Symphonie Romane, Op. 73: Cantilene (Lento)||Charles-Marie Widor|
|7||Symphonie Romane, Op. 73: Final||Charles-Marie Widor|
Photographs of the Pipe Organ and Location