Review by: David Hurwitz
Debussy and Ravel wrote nothing for organ, and with good reason. Their music, which depends almost entirely on color, texture, and rhythm, and in any event tends to avoid counterpoint, is completely unsuited to the instrument. Gunnar Idenstam argues that...
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