Johann Vexo is the Organist of the Choir Organ and in this video plays the Great Pipe Organ in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. This was recorded as an "extra" while recording a CD of him on the pipe organ in the cathedral. The work is Louis Vierne's Symphonie II in e minor, Opus 20; composed in 1903 and dedicated to Charles Mutin. Claude Debussy wrote in a review of the work, "Vierne's Symphony is truly remarkable; it combines abundant musicianship with the cleverest use of the instrument's special sonority. Old J.S. Bach the father of us all, would have been pleased with Monsieur Vierne".

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