As one of the most prolific composers ever to have lived G.F. Handel's (1683-1759) catalogue is extensive. Moreover, being an organist himself, his Organ works are significant and remain ever-popular to this day.
Handel's Organ Concertos remain some of his most popular and best loved works and so, when French organist, Marcel Dupré (1886-1971) compiled the series of Handel's Organ Concertos, it was well-received, and to this day remains popular with all organists. The second volume includes the seventh-twelfth concertos. In addition, Dupré's annotations in the Organ Concertos comprise fingerings, and a detailed preface in French, English and German. This compilation of Handel's most loved compositions for the Organ cannot be missed by aspiring performers of the instrument.