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Concert d'été à la Cathédrale : Orgue et flûte traversière

Music ,  Concert in Dol-de-Bretagne
  • The Friends of the Organs and the City of Dol-de-Bretagne are organizing a series of concerts in free participation, this summer, at the Saint-Samson Cathedral

    On the program of this concert of organ and transverse flute "Contemporary plural", first world audition with Eric Cordé (organist of the Cathedral of Dol-de-Bretagne) and Julia Olmeo (Flute, Alto flute and Piccolo):

    Christopher Gibert (born in 1993)
    "In Memoriam Y.F."
    1- Er Voraerion (Gwerz)
    2- Melani vihan (An Dro)
    3- Deut holl ha...
    The Friends of the Organs and the City of Dol-de-Bretagne are organizing a series of concerts in free participation, this summer, at the Saint-Samson Cathedral

    On the program of this concert of organ and transverse flute "Contemporary plural", first world audition with Eric Cordé (organist of the Cathedral of Dol-de-Bretagne) and Julia Olmeo (Flute, Alto flute and Piccolo):

    Christopher Gibert (born in 1993)
    "In Memoriam Y.F."
    1- Er Voraerion (Gwerz)
    2- Melani vihan (An Dro)
    3- Deut holl ha deut gant fe (Kantik)

    Christophe Guyard (born in 1966)
    "the Angel said to the shepherds"

    Gunnar Idenstam (born 1961)
    "3 Scandinavian Songs"
    -Liralåt from Gotland (Sweden)
    -Vallåt from Jämtland (Sweden)
    -Goathorn Tune (Norway)

    Pause

    Pierre Cholley (born in 1962)
    "Breton Landscapes"
    -A whole little people
    -Lullaby (Interlude I)
    -The road from Callac to Plumelec
    -The little pebbles (Interlude II)
    -On the endless moor

    Jean-Charles Gandrille (born in 1982)
    "Dances-Metamorphoses"

    All the works in this program are original and unpublished works*, specially composed for the Duo Olmeo-Cordé.
    *: With the exception of "Danses-Métamorphoses" by J-C Gandrille (performed for the first time at Dol in July 2019, and published by Editions Delatour).

    Free admission, with free contribution to the costs
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  • On July 28, 2022 at 8:30 PM