This is fantastic for me ! thank you! I had looked for this recording of widor online before. i’ve heard it from other players and even another from him. But this one you see I had memorized note for note. every echo. every mistake. The way different sound waves crash into one another to form new sounds That is unique to each space and temperature and humidity and all the other factors that go in. but mostly the tempo and notes : example : there is a “ta dah!” at the end of many versions that is probably in the original score but it’s not in the festival of French organ music. since it’s not in my reference work, all the others feel wrong even if they are technically right. This was also Biggs- I had found this one before below. 1956 recording. but it’s different. https://youtu.be/OBQAEUA9jGs

This is fantastic for me ! thank you!

I had looked for this recording of widor online before. i’ve heard it from other players and even another from him.

But this one you see I had memorized note for note. every echo. every mistake. The way different sound waves crash into one another to form new sounds That is unique to each space and temperature and humidity and all the other factors that go in. but mostly the tempo and notes :

example : there is a “ta dah!” at the end of many versions that is probably in the original score but it’s not in the festival of French organ music.

since it’s not in my reference work, all the others feel wrong even if they are technically right.

This was also Biggs- I had found this one before below. 1956 recording. but it’s different.

https://youtu.be/OBQAEUA9jGs

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