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Margaret Phillips at the Royal Festival Hall – 6th June 2016

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Margaret Phillips returns to Royal Festival Hall with a programme of mainly French music, and Bach’s Piece d’Orgue – a work in which he perhaps sought to emulate elements of the French classical style.

Jean Guillou’s colourful Variations explore the nethermost regions of the Royal Festival Hall organ’s vast tonal resources, and the Duruflé work is one of the most beautiful additions to the organ’s repertoire.

Programme

Nicolas de Grigny: Veni creator

Johann Sebastian Bach: Fantasia in G (Pièce d’orgue), BWV.572

Maurice Duruflé: Prelude, adagio et choral varié sur le thème du Veni creator, Op.4

Interval

Jean Guillou: 18 Variations, Op.3

Marcel Dupré: Prelude and Fugue in G minor, Op.7 No.3

Performers

Margaret Phillips organ

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