This music performance video is from episode #18 of the Midnight Pipes television series, which aired in 1999. In this video, we see organist Frederick Hohman performing the opening movement from Charles-Marie Widor's Fifth Organ Symphony upon the 150-plus rank Schantz pipe organ at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey. Frederick Hohman was a guest soloist with orchestra in the performance of Joseph Jongen's Symphonie Concertante at the re-dedication concert of the Cathedral Basilica's organ circa 1990, where he and the orchestra performed before a standing-room-only attendance. The organ, originally built and installed in the 1950s by the Schantz organ company, contains about 150 ranks of pipes, all located in the triforium level about 40 feet above the floor level of the Cathedral nave. The audio of this performance is also found on the CD audio recording "A Couple of French Fifths" [Pro Organo CD 7021], available at ProOrgano.com. Frederick Hohman's website is FrederickHohman.net. The standard definition to high definition video upconversion was accomplished with hardware by Teranex.