1738 Müller/St Bavokerk, Haarlem, Netherlands
1738 Müller/St Bavokerk, Haarlem, Netherlands

1982 Haarlem Organ Festival and Competition, Part 4 #8305

…featuring Naji Hakim’s prize-winning competition performance, as well as other music played by Jean Langlais and resident musician Piet Kee.

JEAN LANGLAISIncantation pour un jour saint –Jean Langlais (St. Bavo Grote Kerk) Festivo 537 (LP)

ANONYMOUS (14th century): Estampie. Jan z Lublina: 4 Old Dances. PIET KEE: Confrontation (An Encounter of Three Street Organs and One Church Organ). J. S. BACH: Chorale-prelude, Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend, BWV 632  –Piet Kee (winner of the 1953, 1954 and 1955 Haarlem Competitions and long-time municipal organist at Haarlem's St. Bavo Church, where these recordings were made (1738 Müller/Grote Kerk St. Bavo, Haarlem, Netherlands)  Philips 6419 767 (LP)  

JEAN LANGLAIS: 3 Pieces (Trio; MonodieFugue et Continuo).  NAJI HAKIM: Improvisation on a Theme of Enrique Raxach --Naji Hakim, winner of the 1982 Improvisation Competition (1966 Flentrop/De Doelen Concert Hall, Rotterdam) Radio Nederland recording  

JEAN LANGLAIS: 3 Chorale-preludes (Aus tiefer Not, from Neuf PiecesAllein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr and Ein feste Burg, from Livre Oecumenique)  Jean Langlais (St. Bavo Grote Kerk) Festivo 537 (LP)