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Jean Langlais: A Centennial Tribute

Incantation pour un jour saint; Offrand à Marie; Fête; Trois Paraphrases grégoriennes; Neuf pieces; American Suite; Suite Médiévale; Improvisation on the name ‘Jean Langlais by Jean LanglaisDr. Ann Labounsky has earned an enviable international reputation as a virtuoso performer and improviser at the organ, and particularly, as a leading American disciple of Jean Langlais. From 1962 to 1964 Ann Labounsky lived and studied in Paris as a recipient of a Fulbright Grant. As an organ student of André Marchal and Jean Langlais, she immersed herself in the French organ tradition; she studied most of Langlaiss compositions with the composer, and played them for him on the organ at Sainte-Clotilde. This concert celebrates the centenary of Langlais’ birth with a program of his works.

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box office

set-up and clean-up

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