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Annotated Performer's Editions, No. 5, Louis Vierne: An Introduction to the Organ Music of Louis Vierne *US Shipping only

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Louis Vierne (1870–1937)
Born in Pointers, France. Had a childhood malady of cataracts that were only parially cured causing him to remain nearly blind his whole life. Studied under César Franck, Charles-Marie Widor, and Alexandre Guillmant. In 1900 became organist of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.

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Selected, annotated, and edited on three staves by Rollin Smith.
A graded and fingered anthology of the seventeen easiest and most popular organ compositions. Includes extensive information on performance practice, the Notre-Dame Cathedral organ, and notes on the music. Easy to medium.

Annotated Performer’s Editions
A series of editions of standard organ repertoire especially edited for new organists and organ students. Each volume contains (1) a short biography of the composer and history of the work; (2) where possible, a likeness and an autograph of the composer; (3) a new engraving of the work based on the original source; (4) historical information on how the work was performed by the composer and the organists of his/her time; and (5) historically appropriate suggestions of fingerings and, where applicable, registrations.

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