One of my favorite pieces of French-romantic literature, Widor's fifth symphony continues with this beautiful and lyrical movement. I recall being fascinated when I first learned this piece - the first that called for "thumbing down" a melody, and the first time I had seen organ music written on four staves!
This is recorded on the 'Nancy' sampleset by Piotr Grabowski. I have loaded the set with Front and Rear channels in full 24-bit quality, and the Close channels in 16-bit (to help with some clarity).
Noises: Key action 50%, Stop action 80%, Blower 30%
Detuning: reeds 40%, flues 20%