Louis Vierne was a celebrated organist but throughout his life he was also a keen pianist and composer of piano music. He had a particular feeling for the tonal finesse and riches the instrument offered. The pieces in this volume, which include some works published for the first time, date from Vierne's early years and are in the tradition of the Romantic character piece. in both their harmonic language and their elegant feeling for sonority, they reveal Vierne's individual musical language. These pieces are mainly of medium technical difficulty and are therefore suitable for a broader spectrum of pianists.
Deux pièces, Op. 7
Suite bourguignonne (Sept pièces pour piano), Op. 17