Fugue State Films

Widor: Master of the Organ Symphony

$40.00

Four disc set (2 DVDs and 2 CDs) with 88 page booklet

This boxed set provides a complete portrait of the great composer. The centerpiece is a magnificent three-part documentary showing how Widor came to write his organ symphonies, how his compositional style developed and matured, and how these works fit into his overall career as a performer, teacher and writer. Presented by Gerald Brooks and featuring interviews with Widor scholars Daniel Roth, John Near and Anne-Isabelle de Parcevaux, this film also sets Widor's organ music in the context of his work as a mainstream composer of operas, ballets, chamber music and orchestral symphonies.

Contents:

DVD 1 Documentaries – 148 minutes
Widor: Master of the Organ Symphony
145- minute three-part documentary about Charles-Marie Widor’s organ works, presented by Gerald Brooks, with John Near, Daniel Roth and Anne-Isabelle de Parcevaux.

DVD 1 Music – 149 minutes
From St. Rouen: Symphony 5
From Orléans Cathedral: Symphony 6
All played by Gerald Brooks 
Daniel Roth live

Cd 1 and 2 – 141 minutes
From St Ouen, Rouen: Symphony 5
From Orléans Cathedral: Symphony 6
All played by Gerald Brooks 
Daniel Roth live

Region-Free NTSC DVD
16:9 Widescreen
Dolby Digital & DTS Digital Surround

Gift Wrapping: Available
SKU: FSF-DVD-010
Shipping: Shipping rate calculated at checkout
Height 6.00
Depth 1.00

Reviews

There are no reviews for this product yet.
leave a review