International concert organists and competition laureate Jeremiah Stephenson shares a recital for Maundy Thursday, showcasing the full emotional palette of the four manual Harrison and Harrison organ at All Saints Margaret Street. The programme traces out themes of penitence, exile, struggle, death and hope of new life through repertoire spanning three centuries. All of these themes come together with cataclysmic intensity in the second of the Trois Chorals by César Franck, one of the cornerstones of French Romantic organ repertoire. This sits alongside penitential choral settings of Bach which look back over Lent, Messiaen’s highly programmatic depiction of the Crucifixion and Resurrection from La Nativité du Seigneur and other works by de Grigny and Dupré.
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