Lunchtime concert: Luke Bond - Organ

Luke Bond’s programme features works and composers with a truly inventive and innovative approach. Mulet was organist at the Basilica Sacre-Coeur, Paris. He was deeply moved by many of the visual aspects of the church, often reinterpreted such features into musical form. The lengths to which Bach employed established and new compositional devices in this three movement sonata is the very definition of musical innovation. Howells looked back by about 300 hundred years to find the models upon which he would sprinkle a hefty dose of 20th century ideas. Guilmant is the forefather of the Romantic organ form, the Organ Symphony which brought the organ back to life after it’s demise in France post the 1789 revolution.
Luke Bond plays or directs the choral services at St George’s Chapel Windsor and at services of national and international significance like Royal weddings.

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