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As with his other works for the instrument, it makes considerable demands on the player. The first movement, a Prelude in E flat minor, is constructed as a large arch. It opens with a funereal theme that exploits the organ's darkest, most brooding colors. As the movement progresses, the brighter organ stops slowly overcome the darkness of the opening until the grand sound of the full instrument bursts forth. The second movement is a graceful Sicilienne. The plaintive theme is isolated in various solo stops, accompanied by an eighth note figuration; these episodes alternate with a chordal texture played on string stops.

The final Toccata, one of the most difficult pieces in the organ literature, is a sonic whirlwind that eschews the sort of consistent pattern of fast notes that characterizes many French organ toccatas; rather, it unfolds in a more improvisatory spirit.

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Suite for Organ, Op. 5

He became a chorister at the Rouen Cathedral Choir School from to , where he studied piano and organ with Jules Haelling, a pupil of Alexandre Guilmant. In , Louis Vierne nominated him as his assistant at Notre-Dame. In he completed probably the most famous of his few pieces: the Requiem op. He had begun composing the work in , following a commission [4] from the Vichy regime. They married on 15 September


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Suite, for organ, Op. 5


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