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18-01-1901 Concert-Récital d'Orgue Mustel, Grande Salle Érard, Rue du Mail, Paris Guilmant played two duo's for harmonium and piano, Pastorale opus 26 and Danse des Songes from Ariane, opus 53. It's likely that Guilmant played the piano and Alphonse Mustel played the harmonium. Alphonse Mustel and Joseph Bizet together played an arrangement for two harmoniums of the Marche Hongroise of Berlioz, arranged by Guilmant.
16-05-1902 Completed: Morceau symphonique pour Trombone et piano, Opus 88 (Meudon)  
September 1902 Completed: Sonate nr.7 (Suite), Opus 89 (Meudon)  
10-11-1902 Guilmant wrote a letter to August Wiegand Guilmant congratulated Wiegand with his appointment to the post of organist of Saint Paul's Church, Oswego, New York, USA
11-03-1903 Completed: Cantique "O Dieu dout je tiens l'être" (Meudon)  
20-05-1903 Completed: Fugue grave (Meudon)  
June 1903 Completed the introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by François Couperin (Meudon) Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
09-08-1903 The American pianist Amy Fay played for Guilmant and his wife in Chaton, France  
May 1904 Completed the introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by Nicolas Grigny (Meudon) Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
2-9-1904 Arrival of 'The Savoie' in New York Guilmant travels to Saint Louis
12-09-1904 First recital by Guilmant in the Festival Hall at the Saint Louis World's Fair Program: Prelude in E flat - J.S. Bach / Allegretto opus 29 - Arthur Foote / Marche aux Flambeaux - Guilmant / Piece in F sharp minor - S.S. Wesley / Ciacona - Pachelbel / Idylle - Bossi / March for a church festival - G. Matthison-Hansen / Improvisation / Finale - Jacques Lemmens
22-10-1904 40th and last recital by Guilmant in the Festival Hall at the Saint Louis World's Fair Program: First concerto in G - Handel (arr. Best) / Elevation opus 25 - Guilmant / Nuptial Postlude opus 69 - Guilmant / The manger opus 50 - Guilmant / Fanfare - Lemmens / Chant du Soir - Bossi / Improvisation / Fugue (Saint Ann's) in E flat - J.S. Bach
12-11-1904 Organ recital by Guilmant at the Mary Lyon Chapel of the Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA Program: 7th Sonata - Guilmant / Elévation in E-flat - Aloÿs Klein / Prelude and Fugue in d minor - J.S. Bach / Scherzo in D - Filipo Capucci / Choral 'Ach Herr, mich armen Sunder' - Dietrich Buxtehude / Concerto in d minor - G.F. Händel, transcribed by Guilmant / Improvisation (on 'Jesus shall reign where e'er the sun') / Hallelujah - Théodore Dubois
15-11-1904 First organ recital by Guilmant at the Old First Presbyterian Church (15th Ave/12th Street), New York City, 20.00 pm Program: J.S. Bach - Prelude and Fugue in E minor (Wedge Fugue) / G. Matthison-Hansen - Andantino, from the concerto (opus 15) / Alex. Guilmant - First Sonata in D minor (by special request) / Enrico Bossi - Idylle / J. Lemmens - Hosannah! / Arthur Foote - Allegretto (opus 29) / Improvisation / S.S. Wesley - Choral Song
22-11-1904 Second organ recital by Guilmant at the Old First Presbyterian Church (15th Ave/12th Street), New York City, 20.00 pm  
08-01-1905 Guilmant played the inauguration concert of the rebuilt organ at the Église Saint-Etienne-de-la-Cité in Périgueux, together with Ferdinand de la Tombelle. The old Carouge organ of 1733 had been rebuilt by Charles Mutin  
September 1905 Completed the introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by Jean-François Dandrieu (Meudon) Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
August 1906 Completed the introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by Sebastian-Anton Scherer (Meudon) Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
1906, 09 Completed: Sonate nr.8 (Deuxième Symphonie), 1906 (Opus 91) Meudon  
June 1907 André Pirro completed his introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by S.A. Scherer Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
September 1907 Completed the introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by Nicolas le Bègue (Meudon) Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
25-03-1908 André Pirro completed his introductionary notes of the publication of organ works by Nicolas le Bègue (Meudon) Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue
03-08-1908 Worked on: Choral 'Was Gott thut dass ist wohlgethan', Opus 93 nr.1 (Fort-Mahon Plage)  
14-08-1908 Completed: Choral 'Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren', Opus 93 nr.3 (Fort-Mahon Plage)  
23-10-1908 Guilmant's wife, Louis-Rosalie Guilmant-Blériot, died in Meudon  
23-10-1908 Completed: Choral 'Was Gott thut dass ist wohlgethan', Opus 93 nr.1 (Fort-Mahon Plage)  
September 1909 Completed: Trois oraisons, Opus 94 (Meudon)  
08-11-1909 Charles Bordes died in Toulon Charles Bordes was conducter of the "Chanteurs de Saint Gervais" and one of the founders of the Schola Cantorum in Paris.
18-10-1910 Completed: Prélude sur l'Introït Statuit (Meudon)  
January 1911 Guilmant got Uremia In January 1911 Guilmant got Uremia, the disease that caused his death
29-03-1911 Guilmant died in his house in Meudon at 10.30 AM  
01-04-1911 Funeral of Guilmant Friends of Guilmant beard him out of his house, while Georges Jacob played 'Aus tiefer Not' of J.S. Bach on the house organ.
There was a special service in the church of Meudon, where the choir of the Schola Cantorum sung works of Palestrina, Victoria and Mozart.
In the church of Sainte-Trinité in Paris works of Guilmant were performed by Charles Quef (organ) and the choir conducted by Dominique Planchet.
Guilmant is buried on the Cimitière de Montparnasse, department 20, row 2, number 98.
04-07-1911 Cécile Rosalie Thérèse Sautereau-Guilmant, daughter of Guilmant, died in Meudon
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