Playing the repertoire on Classical French instruments

Playing Classical French Repertoire on the organ of the Royal Chapel at Versailles on an RCO study trip Privileged access to historic places and instruments is a feature of RCO courses and classes, but it doesn't get much better than sitting at the sky-blue and gold organ of the Royal Chapel at Versailles, while elsewhere in the Palace tourists are fighting for space. In June this year Richard Brasier led eleven organists on a study trip to France, exploring French Classical organs and their music. First stop was the Church of St Gervais in Paris. "St…

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