Jean-Baptiste Maillochaud ( 1840 - 1928 ) was a French organist and composer .
The life of this French musician is not well known, but he was very productive as a composer. During a certain period of his life, around 1920, he was organist in the town of Niort , the department of Deux-Sèvres ( region Poitou-Charentes).
"Sortie Fanfare" (Toccatina) was first published in 1922. Written in the key of D Major, it is for organ or harmonium and serves well to demonstrate the "French sounds" of this versatile organ.
It is more a less a "moto perpetuo" with dynamic changes occurring "on the fly". In going through this, I thought that I had snatches of other more well-known works, but couldn't place any of them.
I suppose the famous "Fanfare" by Lemmens comes most prominently to mind.
The registration is the typical French romantic sounds, and at the end, that is full organ that you hear.
The score is attached below, but I have no photos or other information about the composer.
For two other scores by Maillochaud, you can find them here: https://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Maillochaud,_Jean-Baptiste
More demos coming soon, as well music for Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Sunday. :-)