Notes & Reviews:
Notes in French only.
American Record Guide, January/February 2013
It is not mentioned anywhere, but Marie was blind. Her playing is spirited and reflects in a way her work with Langlais. The very slow Langlais 'Nativity' is the only piece that seems to drag. The improved audio should make organists aware of her playing. The organs are splendid, and full specifications are included, as well as short bios on the composers (in French only). Carthagene plans to reissue more of her recordings. Good for them.
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