3:00 pm - 4:30 pm | Saint Thomas Church
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Rescheduled from last March, American Fulbright Scholar, Joy-Leilani Garbutt presents the music of Jeanne Demessieux and les compositrices françaises on the Miller-Scott Organ. A culmination of her own research in France, Garbutt plays a program of rediscovered French organ music composed by Jeanne Demessieux, Elsa Barraine, Nadia Boulanger, and other women of the early 20th century.
Tu es Petrus, 1947 – Jeanne Demessieux (1921–1968)
Élevation, 1959 – Elsa Barraine (1910-1999)
Andante, 1898 – Joséphine Boulay (1869–1925)
Prélude et Fugue, 1898 – J. Boulay
Prélude et Fugue, 1929 – E. Barraine
Prélude et Fugue in C, Opus 13, 1964 – J. Demessieux
Prélude, 1936 – Nadia Boulanger (1887-1979)
Prélude, op. 78, 1895 – Cécile Chaminade (1857-1944)
Sonate pour Orgue (c. 1950s) – Marie-Véra Maixandeau (1929-2018)
Te Deum, Opus 11, 1957/58 – J. Demessieux