Learning during lockdown : 6 celebrating Vierne

The organ at Notre-Dame de Paris, where Louis Vierne was organist, pictured before the fire of 2019 | Eric Chan This October marks the 150th anniversary of Louis Vierne's birth.  Many organists had already lined up recitals around his organ works, which sadly have had to be cancelled due to coronavirus.  We trust many of these recitals will be reinstated as lockdown eases.  In the meantime, here on iRCO we celebrate the anniversary with a new film discussing Vierne's life and legacy, together with other resources on the composer.  Click on the highlighted text to access…

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