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Albert Bolliger. Historic Organs in France Vol. 7. The Organ of Rozay-en-Brie c1680.

Swiss organist Albert Bolliger studied in Paris with André Marchal and Jean Langlais. He has given recitals and master classes on all five continents, fulfilling extended teaching engagements in the USA, Mexico and Taiwan. For many years he has specialised in historic organs. His CDs have met with an excellent response in the international Press and have received numerous awards.

This content was published on February 17, 2010 - 13:48

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