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Louis Vierne (1870–1937) brought symphonic French organ music to its stylistic climax. Besides being a productive composer he also gained a reputation as a brilliant improviser at his place of employment the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and throughout the world. In 1928 Vierne one of the best-known organists of his day made one of the earliest organ recordings playing Bach works and his own improvisations in Notre Dame.

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