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Legendary Organ Improvisations, Volume 1, Dans la Gloire des Invalides – Marcel Dupré

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    Marcel Dupré (1886–1971)

    A student of Guilmant, Vierne, and Widor, who became famous as an improviser and composer in a French symphonic style. Some of his most famous compositions began as concert improvisations.

    Dans la Gloire des Invalides - Marcel Dupré (tr. David A. Stech)

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    Eleven improvised versets, inspired by attributes of the pipe organ, performed at the dedication of the Beuchet-Debierre organ at St. Louis des Invalides in Paris, December 8, 1957. Reconstructed and transcribed by David A. Stech. Wonderful miniatures exemplifying the great variety of Dupré’s compositional styles. Medium.

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