giwro Posted November 16, 2005 Share Posted November 16, 2005 As part of the research for my book on the organ symphonie, I am coming across all sorts of neglected works for organ... I've also been studying scores, recordings and making a few recordings to boot, and I think I will share my findings with you all here when I have the time. I've now started study of Maquaire's lone Symphonie for organ, and find it to be a tuneful, engaging piece. He was a pupil of and assistant to Widor, so that influence is evident in his writing. For your enjoyment, here is the first mvt (Allegro) http://evensongmusic.net/audio/MaquaireSym1mvt1.mp3 Since the piece was published in 1905, and Maquaire left this vale of tears in 1906, the music is firmly in the public domain... so no worries on the legality of posting an audio file. Do enjoy... -Jonathan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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