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Organist set to return from Norway for annual recital

PUBLISHED: 12:46 03 September 2019 | UPDATED: 12:46 03 September 2019

Ralph Cupper at the organ built by Norfolk organ builder Richard Bower for the Lutheran parish of Nordfjordeid, Norway. Picture: COURTESY OF RALPH CUPPER

Ralph Cupper at the organ built by Norfolk organ builder Richard Bower for the Lutheran parish of Nordfjordeid, Norway. Picture: COURTESY OF RALPH CUPPER

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An organist is returning to Cromer Parish Church to perform his annual recital there on Tuesday, September 10 from 8pm.

Ralph J. Cupper from Nordfjordeid, Norway, will present a programme of organ music for all tastes which is both entertaining and family friendly.

The concert will include music by Rossini, and his famous Gallop March from the William Tell Overture.

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In addition there will be Johannes Haarklou's Symfoni No. 2 Op. 60 and some jazzy organ music of Grimoaldo Macchia, which will get the audience's feet tapping.

Mr Cupper said: This programme is family friendly and has many good singable melodies in it and will attract people, children and adults, who like a good tune, as well as opera enthusiasts and organists.

"Hopefully there will be a good crowd at Cromer."

Admission is free with a retiring collection.


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