Vierne's six symphonies are stylistic highlights of the French organ symphony taking César Franck as their starting point. Vierne's sixth and last Organ Symphony op. 59
was written in summer 1930. In this work, his well-known chromatic style verged on the traditional major-minor tonality.
- Evaluation of all available autograph manuscripts, first printed editions and previously unpublished letters
- With a comprehensive critical commentary (Fr/Eng/Ger)
- Foreword (Fr/Eng/Ger) with detailed performance practice tips
- Numerous illustrations and facsimile pages