Marie-Louise Langlais Plays music composed by organists at Ste-Clotilde, Paris, including her late husband Jean Langlais. She plays an organ erected in 1997 in St. Vincent Church in Roquevaire and incorporates the church’s original organ of 1826 and Pierre Cochereau’s residence organ of forty stops. Daniel Birouste built this eclectic organ of 72 stops over 5 manuals in a project that was enthusiastically supported by the residents of Roquevaire, a small village in Provence.
FRANCK: Choral III in a
PIERNÉ: Prélude; Cantilëne from Trois Pièces
TOURNEMIRE: Choral-Poeme on Eli, Eli, lamma sabacthani
LANGLAIS: Te Deum; Poeme Evangelique (La Nativité); 3rd Symphony