Moore, Jerrold Northrop
June 2008
Classic Record Collector;Summer2008, Issue 53, p87
Entertainment Review
The article reviews several music releases composed by César Franck and performed by Charles Tournemire, including "L'Organiste No. 15, Chant de la creuse," "No. 52, Noël angevin," and "Pastorale, Op. 19."


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