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2012/10/02 - 19:30

Rie Bloomfield Organ Series : Organ recital Marie-Louise Langlais

Wiedemann Hall, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas

Marie-Louise Langlais plays works by Marchand, Boely, Franck, Tournemire and Jean LANGLAIS (Chant de paix, "American Suite" parts, Canzona and Cantique (Folkloric Suite), Incantation pour un Jour Saint, and presents "The Life and the Music of Jean Langlais".

2012/10/06 - 09:30

A Day with Madame Marie-Louise Langlais

St Stephen's episcopal Church, Richmond VA

Marie-Louise Langlais conducts a masterclass and gives two conferences on the following themes : "The Life and Music of Jean Langlais" and "The Sainte-Clotilde Tradition from César Franck through Jean Langlais"

2012/10/07 - 14:00

Concertos for Strings and Organ, The Sykes Chapel Chamber Orchestra, University of Tampa (Fl), Haig Mardirosian, organ, Kira Horel, conductor

The Sykes Chapel, University of Tampa, Florida

Haig Mardirosian plays the organ solo with The Sykes Chapel Chamber Orchestra directed by Kira Horel, in Jean LANGLAIS "Piece in free form" at the University of Tampa, Florida. At the same concert, Albinoni Adagio and Poulenc Organ, strings and timpani Concerto.

2012/10/21 - 17:00

Vocal Music, Ensemble Jubilate Musica, Paul Kayser, orgue, dir. Burkhard Pütz

Eglise Notre-Dame de la Miséricorde, Howald (Luxemburg)

Vocal concert devoted to Fauré (Requiem..), Duruflé and Jean LANGLAIS "Messe Solennelle", with the Vocal Ensemble Jubilate Musica, Paul Kayser, organ, dir. Burkhard Pütz

2012/10/22 - 04:00

Organ recital Robert McConnel

Presbyterian Homes, Evanson (Il)

Robert McConnell plays works by Bach, Mendelssohn, and, by Jean LANGLAIS, 4 of the "Neuf Pieces" ; Chant de paix - Chant de joie - De Profundis and Rhapsodie grégorienne.

2012/10/27 - 16:00

Organ recital Marie-Louise Langlais, Sylvie Mallet, and the Old First Choir

Old First Church, San Francisco, Cal.

As an "Homage to Kenneth Matthews", Marie-Louise Langlais accompanies Jean LANGLAIS "Messe d'Escalquens" sung by Old First Choir, plays Jean LANGLAIS "Plainte" (Suite Brève) and, with Sylvie Mallet "Double Fantaisie pour 23 organists" (Mosaïque 1).Sylvie Mallet plays, alone, Jean LANGLAIS "Grands Jeux" (Suite Brève) along with works by Racquet and César Franck.