GRAMOPHONE SPECIALIST’S GUIDE TO…Organ Concertos: #4
These works illustrate the sometimes slim difference between the two genres. The concerto has a more showy solo part, yet is a closely argued integrated work, while the symphony uses the organ in much the same way as Saint-Saëns does in his Third Symphony, but with striking concertante passages. Marcel Dupré was the pre-eminent French organist of his generation. © 2014 Gramophone
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