Widor Thou Goest #9444

…Traveling off the beaten track for a glimpse at some of the least-known music by one of the most famous French organist/composers, Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937).

Widor (trans Dupre): Marche Americaine, Op. 31  Patrice Caire (Cavaille-Coll-Gonzalez organ/Maurice Ravel Auditorium, Lyon)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Mattheus-Finale, fr Bach's Memento  Edward Berryman (1928 Kimball/Minneapolis Auditorium)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Sicilienne and Marche du Beilleur de Nuit fr Bach's Memento  Susan Armstrong-Ouellette (1892 Johnson & Son/Sacred Heart Church, Waterbury, CT/Sacred Heart, Waterbury, Connecticut)

Widor (arr. van Vliet): Scherzando, fr La Korrigan Ballet Suite  Herman van Vliet (1883 Baetz/National Museum; Van Speelklok tot Pierement, Utrecht)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Trois nouvelles pieces, Op. 87 - No. 1, Classic of Yesterday)  Thomas Trotter (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Francis, Lyon, France)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Trois nouvelles pieces, Op. 87 - No. 2, Mystique  David Hill (1932 Willis/Westminster Cathedral, London)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Trois nouvelles pieces, Op. 87 - No. 3, Classic of Today  Charles Krigbaum (1928 Skinner/Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Toccata, fr Symphony No. 5  CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR (1862 Cavaillé-Coll/Church of St. Sulpice, Paris/St. Sulpice, Paris, France)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Suite Latine, Op. 86 (Praeludium; Ave Maris Stella; Adagio; Lauda Sion)  Lawrence Archbold (1928 Welte;1964 Moeller;1983 Gould & Schultz; 2012 Foley-Baker/Cathedral, Minneapolis, Minnesota)