Widor 6th Organ Symphony - Allegro
Whilst not as well known as the famous Toccata (final movement of the 5th Symphony), this, the first movement of the 6th Symphony for organ, is nonetheless very well known and deservedly so.
Written between 1887 and 1894, the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th symphonies were produced to explore and exploit the full scope of sonorities of which Cavaill�-Coll’s organ at St-Sulpice is capable.
The Allegro from the 6th Symphony is an excellent demonstration piece for the Cavaill�-Coll organ at full throttle, and no less so for an accomplished brass band.
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