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  1. Tora Reply
    Toccata (from Italian toccare, literally, "to touch", with "toccata" being the action of touching) is a virtuoso piece of music typically for a keyboard or plucked string instrument featuring fast-moving, lightly fingered or otherwise virtuosic passages or sections, with or without imitative or fugal interludes, generally emphasizing the dexterity of the performer's fingers.
  2. Shashura Reply
    Aug 21,  · Olivier Latry is performing the virtuosic Toccata from Charles-Marie Widor’s organ Symphony No. 5 in F minor, written in Born into a family of organ builders in Lyon, Widor became assistant to Camille Saint-Saëns at L’église de la Madeleine in Paris at the age of
  3. Nidal Reply
    The Toccata from Symphony No. 5 is the first of the toccatas characteristic of French Romantic organ music, and served as a model for later works by Gigout, Boëllmann, Mulet, Vierne and Dupré. Widor was pleased with the worldwide renown this single piece afforded him, but he was unhappy with how fast many other organists played it.
  4. Dijas Reply
    Organ Symphony No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 42, No. 1: V. Toccata. Charles-Marie Widor.
  5. Daikazahn Reply
    Toccata from Symphony No. 5 in F Major, Op. by Mount Olive Lutheran Church | Free Listening on SoundCloud.
  6. Megis Reply
    Feb 20,  · The fifth and final movement-often simply Toccata-of Charles-Marie Widor's Fifth Symphony for Organ in F Major, the very famous Toccata. The organist is Olivier Latry, the titular organist (one of.
  7. Vijas Reply
    Jan 07,  · Frederick Hohman plays the popular Toccata from the Fifth Organ Symphony in F, Op 42 #1, by Charles-Marie Widor on the Schantz pipe organ at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark.
  8. Tojazil Reply
    rows · The present Toccata is the pull-out-all-the-stops finale of the Organ Symphony .