Symphony in G-minor for organ and orchestra, op. 25; Deux Esquisses; Iste confessor, Fileuse, Symphonie-Passion
Dupré Symphony in G-Minor for organ and orchestra, op. 25, was composed 1927-28 in four movements, successfully incorporating the organ.
The works for organ and orchestra were recorded in the Zurich Tonhalle in 1992 on the 1988 Kleuker & Steinmeyer played by Ulrich Meldau with the Zurich Symphony, Daniel Schweizer, conductor.
The solo organ works are played by Meldau on the 1951 Kuhn at the Church of Enge in Zurich.