French composers have a special way with the organ, and the grand, gothic churches of 19th century Paris inspired some of the most atmospheric and thrilling organ music ever written. This lunchtime, Thomas Trotter takes a musical trip to the City of Light: from the baroque elegance of Couperin through the sweet thunder of Widor and Vierne to Maurice Duruflé’s noble tribute to a soldier-composer who died fighting for France.
Town HallVictoria Square, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 3DQ
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