(featuring organist E. Power Biggs, on a Late Fifties / Early Sixties Philips release)
A surprisingly-large amount of French composers, have composed for (- or, at the very least, played -) the organ, from Gabriel Faure to Camille Saint-Saens, to the many others (including such names as : Attaignment ; Titelouse ; de Grigny ; Couperin ; and famously, Cesar Franck) who, in terms of chronological scale, end in Olivier Messiaen, who died in 1992.
The fifth- and final-movement ("Toccata") of Charles-Marie Widor's (1844-1937) Fifth Organ Symphony, is one of the most famous sections in the history of organ music ...
Side One : Toccata from Symphony No.5 Op.42, by Widor.
The "Finale" of Louis Vierne's (1870-1937) First Symphony is another, vastly popular and well-known, section of organ music.
Side Two : Finale from Symphony No.1 Op.14, by Vierne.
Records graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve) VG+/VG+.