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 Post subject: Bach - Clavier Übung III
PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2007 12:43 pm 
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Today I re-recorded three small items from the Clavier Übung III. These were some of my very first organ efforts, and they were badly played, badly registrated, and badly recorded (apart from that they were OK :lol: )

These new ones I can be happy with for a long time - except for that damn pigeon that started cooing just the split second I finished the BWV 672. Too close to cut out so it will have to stay in as a special effect (like johnmar's cheering kids). I hate these bloody birds :x

Bach - BWV 672 - Clavier Übung III - Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit
Bach - BWV 673 - Clavier Übung III - Christe, aller Welt Trost
Bach - BWV 674 - Clavier Übung III - Gott heiliger Geist

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Very good Chris and the pigeon made the end of the Kyrie special ;). Throw valium to them before you begin next recording session.

(you forgot to ID3-tag them so I did that for you, just copied the information from the links above)

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robert wrote:
Very good Chris and the pigeon made the end of the Kyrie special ;). Throw valium to them before you begin next recording session.

Rat poison, more likely :x
I think it was outside. but these birds can make the most penetrating noise.

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(you forgot to ID3-tag them so I did that for you, just copied the information from the links above)

No I did not forget that. The problem is that whan I re-upload a file, the tags always disappear. I have no clue why that is but it's a pain in the bottom. I had already noticed it and would have fixed it tonight.

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Sounds very good to me, even with that cooing pigeon!

Can however not remember that your first takes on that were badly played, badly registrated, or badly recorded. Surely however several steps closer towards perfection now ...

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