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Lawrence Archbold; William J. Peterson (editors). French Organ Music: From the Revolution to Franck and Widor. University of Rochester Press. 1995. 323pp.

Wallace Goodrich. The Organ in France: A Study of Its Mechanical Construction, Tonal Characteristics, and Literature, with Suggestions for the Registration of French Organ Music Upon American Instruments. Boston: The Boston Music Company. 1917. 168pp.

Peter Hardwick. British Organ Music of the Twentieth Century. Scarecrow Press. 2003. 416pp.

James B. Hartman. The Organ in Manitoba: A History of the Instruments, the Builders and the Players. University of Manitoba Press. 1997. 292pp.

Adel Heinrich. Organ and Harpsichord Music by Women Composers: An Annotated Catalog. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1991. 373pp.

Michael Murray. French Masters of the Organ: Saint-SaŽns, Franck, Widor, Vierne, Duprť, Langlais, Messiaen. Yale University Press. 1998. 245pp.

Orpha Ochse. Organists and Organ Playing in Nineteenth-Century France and Belgium. Indiana University Press. 2000. 288pp.

Everett E. Truette. Organ Registration: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Distinctive Quality of Tone of Organ Stops, the Acoustical and Musical Effect of Combining Individual Stops, and the Selection of Stops and Combinations for the Various Phases of Organ Compositions. Boston: C. W. Thompson and Co.. 1919. 264pp.

Craig R. Whitney. All the Stops: The Glorious Pipe Organ and Its American Masters. PublicAffairs. 2004. 352pp.

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