Written for upper-advanced Organ players, Trois Préludes Et Fugues is a work by Marcel Dupré. Dedicated to René Vierne, this Op.7 uses complex figurations and pedals.
With such challenging difficulty, the first and third preludes were pronounced “unplayable” by Charles-Marie Widor due to their fast tempo, their figurations and the pedal chords and for a long time, Dupré himself was the only one able to play them.
Marcel Dupré is a French organist who reviewed some works by J. S. Bach, including 'The little Organ Book'. He composed numerous pieces such as 'Lamento', 'Scherzo' and 'Titelooze Tombstone', among others.