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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[Meyerson Symphony Center]
Meyerson Symphony Center

Pipedreams Live! at the Meyerson Symphony Center

…adventuresome repertoire is explored by four outstanding Texas organ soloists.

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

PAUL CRESTON:  Prelude, from Suite, Op. 70.  MARCEL DUPRÉFileuse, fr Suite Breton, Op. 21. MAURICE DURUFLÉ:  Toccata, fr Suite, Op. 5 –James Diaz, soloist

JOSEPH JONGENPriere, Op. 37, no. 3.  JAMES D’ANGELOFantasia on a Theme of Hindemith (2014) –Scott Dettra, soloist

Hour 2

HENRY MARTINPreludes and Fugues in A-flat and F-minorLOUIS VIERNE:  Final, fr Symphony No. 5, Op. 47 –Jonathan Gregoire, soloist

LEO&Sscaron; JANÁĈEKPostlude, fr Glagolitic MassDANIEL KNAGGSNight shall be no more, fr Book of Visions (2015).  PETR EBENFinale, fr Sunday MusicMonica Czausz, soloist

Michael Barone is onstage host and interviewer for this engaging display of the imposing 84-rank Lay Family Concert Organ (C. B. Fisk Opus 100, inaugurated in 1992).

Don’t miss Nathan Laube’s certain to be outstanding solo concert at the Meyerson on Wednesday evening, June 14, 2017 at 7:30. 

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