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Voyages : transcriptions pour orgue à la Philharmonie de Paris

Olivier Latry (performer)
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Voyages : transcriptions pour orgue à la Philharmonie de Paris

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orgelrecital
Title
Voyages : transcriptions pour orgue à la Philharmonie de Paris
Performer
Olivier Latry 1962- (orgel)
Publisher
Erato, 2016
1 cd
Recording date
2016
Playing time
01:18:23
EAN
0190295888503
CDR
CLX5451

About Olivier Latry

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Olivier Latry (born 22 February 1962) is a French organist, improviser and professor of organ in the Conservatoire de Paris.

He became interested in the organ after listening to recordings by Pierre Cochereau. His first experience with a church organ was in 1974, when he played the organ at his local church at his older brother's wedding. During the homily, his arms supposedly fell on the organ console, causing a rather dissonant noise in the church.

Latry was born in Boulogne-sur-Mer. After having begun his musical studies in Boulogne-sur-Mer, in 1978 he enrolled in the organ class under Gaston Litaize at the Academy of Saint-Maur, and took composition classes with Jean-Claude Raynaud at the Paris Academy. After becoming Professor of organ in the Catholic Institute of Paris in 1983 and subsequently at the Academy of Rheims, he succeeded Gaston Litaize at the Academy of Saint-Maur in 1990. In 1995, Latry was named professor of organ in the Academy of Paris, a…Read more on Wikipedia