Pierre Labric plays the Cavaillé-Coll organ of St. Sernin, Toulouse. In the early 1970s, Téléson, a company located in Rouen, convinced Pierre Labric to record a considerable number of repertoire works with, foremost amongst them, the symphonies of Vierne and Widor as well as the works of Demessieux--three large groups that were subsequently given up to the Musical Heritage Society, based in New York at the time. MHS released them in the form of three boxed sets that, owing to their success, soon sold out and have become impossible to find. After more than thirty years of absence, these legendary interpretations are now available again! CD 1 Symphony no. 1 op. 14 Symphony no. 2 op. 20 CD 2 Symphony no. 3 op. 28 Symphony no. 5 op. 47 CD 3 Symphony no. 4 op. 32 Symphony no. 6 op. 59 Order Volume 2 of this series here.

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