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Duruflé’s fluttering Prelude and momentous Fugue was written in memory of Jehan Alain, a promising composer killed during the Second World War.
Vierne’s Sixth Organ Symphony is a veritable triathlon for an organist, with dizzyingly virtuosic, cascading pedal scales at the climax of the last movement.
Daniel has twice been a finalist in the St Albans International Organ Competition.
As a recitalist, he has played across the UK and Europe.
Daniel Cook is a writer, actor and comedian whose TV credits include roles in Babylon, Toast Of London and Poldark.
A former member of sketch troupe Delete The Banjax, he made his solo debut at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe with the show Community Service.
Alongside his duties at the cathedral, Cook also conducted The Farrant Singers and founded The Mousai Singers, a group which he still conducts.
We then had a good laugh about what we consider rude and well behaved children.