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Composer: Duruflé, Maurice (1902-1986)

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Year of birth1902
Year of death1986
Period20th century
April 2018
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GuildfordMusical Glories of France

Musical Glories of France
Saint-Saëns, Duruflé, Berlioz
Southern Pro Musica; Katherine Dienes-Williams; Guildford Cathedral Choir; Jonathan Willcocks

MontrealBittersweet Adieus

Duruflé, Fauré
Orchestre Métropolitain; François Ouimet; Choir of the Orchestre Métropolitain; Pierre Tourville

LondonOrgan Series, Americana '18

Bernstein, Martinson, Locklair, Duruflé
Philip Scriven, Organ

CheltenhamParisian Choral Works by Candlelight

Parisian Choral Works by Candlelight
Dupré, Fauré, Duruflé
Choir of Keble College

LondonHertfordshire Chorus

Debussy, Fauré, Duruflé, Saint-Saëns
David Temple; Hertfordshire Chorus
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An emotional dedication: Duruflé & Fauré Requiems at the Royal Festival Hall

Jérémie Rhorer © Chris Christodoulou
Despite being a little rough and ready at times, the Rodolfus Choir and superb Philharmonia captured a moving sense of stillness in these two popular works
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The other Donald in DC

Donald Runnicles © Florence McCall
Donald Runnicles conducts Duruflé's Requiem and orchestral Debussy at the Kennedy. 
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Gallic double act: Latry and Lefebvre in Budapest

Olivier Latry and Philippe Lefebvre © János Posztós, Müpa Budapest
The grand finale to Müpa's mini-festival to celebrate ten years since the installation of the organ in its concert hallwas as spectacular a musical event as you could wish for. 
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Hats off to David Hill at the Barbican

David Hill © John Wood
At very short notice David Hill stepped in to conduct an all-French programme with the London Symphony Orchestra where serenity, elegance and passion were all beautifully communicated.
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Duruflé Requiem at the Lammermuir Festival

Arvo Pärt © Isabelle Françaix
National Youth Choir of Scotland Chamber Choir and Lammermuir Festival Players delight in an imaginative programme of French and Estonian sacred music.
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