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2014/03/05 - 07:30

Sung Eucharist, St Mary's Choir, dir. John Keys

St. Mary Episcopal Church, Nottingham (GB)

St Mary's Choir directed by John Keys will sing Jean LANGLAIS "Messe Solennelle" along with works by Bach and Wesley.

2014/03/09 - 07:30

Walt Disney Concert Hall 10th Anniversary, Ann Elise Smoot, organist

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

For her organ recital in the Walt Disney Concert Hall recital series, Ann Elise Smoot plays works by Bach, Alain, Schmidt, Reger, Sowerby, Simonds, Whitlock, Marsh, Elgar, and "Fête" by Jean LANGLAIS.

2014/03/23 - 16:00

Organ recital Andrew Scanlon

United Methodist Church, Petersburg, Va (USA)

Andrew Scanlon plays works by Bach, Mendelssohn, and, by Jean LANGLAIS, "Suite Médiévale" (Prelude - Tiento - Improvisation - Communion - Acclamations carolingiennes)

2014/03/25 - 20:00

2014 Lenten Concerts at The American Cathedral in Paris, Andrew Dewar and Samuel Liegeon, organ.

The American Cathedral, Paris (France)

Celebrating the 65th Anniversary of the 1949 Lenten Concerts organized by Charles Dodsley Walker, the organist of The American Cathedral in Paris at that time, 2014 Lenten Concerts will replicate at the same moments of the year than in 1949, organ recitals given buy the french celebrities André Marchal, Jean Langlais, Marcel Dupré, Olivier Messiaen and Maurice Duruflé. Organists Andrew Dewar (present organist at The American Cathedral) and Samuel Liégeon (organist at St Pierre de Chaillot, Paris) will play, tuesday 25th March 2014, the same programme played 65 years before by Jean Langlais : Liégeon will play Vierne, Tournemire and improvise, Dewar will play Franck, Litaize and LANGLAIS : "Cantilene" (Suite Breve), "Chant Héroïque" (9 Pieces), "Nazard", "Choral sur la voix humaine", "Arabesque sur les flutes", "Prélude sur les grands jeux". Liegeon will improvise on the same theme given to Langlais in 1949 by Nadia Boulanger (from Jean Langlais' archives).

2014/03/25 - 20:00

2014/03/28 - 20:00