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Cathedral’s festival celebrated by satanism and the supernatural in film and music

By , 26/07/2014
How satisfying is the experience of a silent film? As part of the Cathedral’s 50th anniversary, a famous silent film made in 1925 was screened, with a dedicated sound-track comprising a live organ performance. The inspiration for an organ accompaniment came from the theme of the film itself set in the Paris Opéra where performances of Gounod’s Faust were taking place. The film tells the tale of an organ-playing 'Phantom'... read more

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