Vol. 1 Hommage à André Fleury (1903-1995) Linked inseparably to the grand French tradition of the early 20th century by his friendship with the major figures of that era, Fleury composed in a style that combines the musical philosophies of his age but remains largely romantic and symphonic, and distinctive. These works receive fine performances by Denis Comtet playing the interesting organ of St-François-Xavier in Paris, originally built in 1878 by Jacques Fermis with subsequent work by Cavaillé-Coll (by which time it had 58 stops), Gonzalez and Ephrème, Muller, and Bernard Dargassies in 1993.
Triptyque (1931 -- Prélude, Andante, Toccata)
Carillon sur le Victimae paschali (1945)
Deuxième Symphonie (1946-7 -- in 4 mvts)
In memoriam Jehan Alain (1990)