Music at St. Luke

 Jeffrey Snedeker, organ

Sunday, February 13, 2022  4:00 pm
Mon nouvel orgue? C’est une orchestre!
(My new organ?  It’s an orchestra!)
Works of César Franck (1822-189)
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of his birth

César Franck is without question the most influential and significant French organist and composer for organ of the 19th century.  Taking full advantage of the technological and sonic developments of the instruments designed and built by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, he created an entirely new musical language for the organ, and inspired a generation of French organist/composers whose legacy continues even to this day.  5 of his 12 major works for “grand orgue” will be presented in this program, concluding with his landmark Grande Pièce Symphonique.

This concert will not be livestreamed, but we plan to post a video version after the this space!  

 Compline:  Musical Night Prayer

 In person and online Wednesdays 8:30 p.m.
+ + Anticipated to resume on February 2 + +

   This musical service is based on the ancient monastic tradition and features candlelight, chant, and beautiful choral music.  All are welcome in person, or click to go to the Compline from St. Luke Ithaca Youtube channel.   

All events are free, no tickets required
At concerts, free will offering to benefit Music at St. Luke

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The Friends of Music at St. Luke
Promoting excellence in liturgical and concert music at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Ithaca, NY, including the use of the Juget-Sinclair French Romantic Organ.  

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