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Organ recitals

All recitals take place in the Chapel at 6.30pm. They are free of charge, though there is a collection afterwards. For information about the organ see The Chapel organ.

21 April 2014

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  • Dupré: Prelude et Fugue in B, Op 7, No 1
  • Messiaen: Prélude (1928)
  • Tournemire: Choral Alléluiatique, from L'Orgue mystique
  • Vierne: ‘Naiades’, from Pièces de Fantaisie Book 4, Op 55
  • Widor: From Symphonie Romane, Op 73
  • Choral – Final

Timothy Byram-Wigfield, organ

The eminent British organist and former King’s Chorister, Timothy Bryam-Wigfield, presents an exuberant and joyful programme from the French symphonic tradition for Easter. The programme culminates with two movements based on the ‘Haec Dies’ plainchant, by the father of the French Symphonic School, Charles-Marie Widor.

Tickets: £12 (£5 students)

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