Organ symphonies & concertos (solo with orchestra)

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Organ symphonies & concertos (solo with orchestra)

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Hello! I'm looking for full score of Widor's Symphonie pour orgue et orchestre, op. 42(bis).
Could anyone help me?

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Michel
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To start...Rheinberger's g-moll concerto.
Rheinberger_Organconcerto_g.pdf
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isseau wrote:Hello! I'm looking for full score of Widor's Symphonie pour orgue et orchestre, op. 42(bis).
Could anyone help me?

Best regards
Michel
This was never published during Widor's lifetime, but a wonderful performing edition has been prepared by John R Near, available from A-R Editions - https://areditions.com/rr/rrn/n033.html

cheers,
Daniel
Op. XXXIX

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dmitterdorfer wrote: This was never published during Widor's lifetime, but a wonderful performing edition has been prepared by John R Near, available from A-R Editions - https://areditions.com/rr/rrn/n033.html
Earlier this year I read Near's mammoth, exhaustive bio of Widor. Fascinating and highly recommended! (Sometimes the book told me rather more than I wanted to know, but it's nice to know it's all there.)
jessicasimpson

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I also refer to the performance of John R Near, you can find it via the link here https://areditions.com/rr/rrn/n033.html

Good luck :)
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