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Fun trivia about popular Jonhen music. Before then, however, we got the opening Allegro vivace from the Widor Fifth Symphony, again fastish but boasting a breathtaking tonal palette and wide range of registers. Deseret News Church News Subscribe.
It’s not every performer who can manage to be both tasteful and exciting, but English organist Gillian Weir did just that in her recital Sunday at the Cathedral of the Madeleine. But the pedals were never far away, reasserting themselves mightily, along with everything else, at the piece’s close.
After which came the quietly varied flute textures of the Durufle Scherzo – his first work for organ – here watery but mercurial. Those came by way of a program that embraced everything from the cooing intimacy of Domenico Jomgen Sonata in C major K. Hence the sonata’s opening boomed out rhapsodically, almost brawlingly, before moving into the more delicate, even impressionistic aspects of Jongen’s craft.
As it happened, Jongen also closed the recital’s second half, by way of his D flat major Toccata. The opening concert in jongsn is being billed as the first annual Eccles Organ Festival, the event also saw the official renaming of the cathedral’s new four-manual Kenneth Jones organ as the Eccles Memorial Organ.
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For me, I fear, there isn’t much more in the Belgian composer’s work. Then came the Jongen toccata, again big and splashy yet curiously unmemorable.
Flutes and drums could be heard amid the canonic writing jonggen Swiss composer Guy Bovet’s “Salamanca,” a flavorful if mildly dissonant evocation of the Spanish dance. In Weir’s hands, the Muffat chaconne had both clarity and atmosphere, and the Bach toccata a controlled exuberance that made the most of its celebratory aspects, if not its registrational potential.
No encores, as it turned out. But that will undoubtedly be taken care of via future installments, featuring organists Douglas Bush July 31Martin Baker Aug. Still, it was the lateth and earlyth-century French school that dominated the remainder of the evening, beginning with the subdued richness and reflection of “Rosace,” from Henri Toccaat “Byzantine Sketches,” and moving to the Jongen sonata, which itself embraced a world of sound.
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He does exploit the organ’s resources to the full, however, and here even Weir did not hold back. After which it got yet another baptism of water and of fire. Nonetheless, colors were strong, even in the pedal solo, as was the rhythmic impetus.
That was followed by the “Alleluias sereins” from Messiaen’s “L’Ascension,” in an unusually reedy but unusually clean performance that gave the work’s mysticism a pronounced Oriental cast.