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Another bloody chorale :D

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by techneut, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. techneut

    techneut Active Member Piano Society Artist

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    Hi Chris,

    I had a listen to this one, sounds nice. When you say another bloody chorale, I take it you had to really fight to get it how you wanted it ? :lol:

    It sounds like it gets thicker in texture as the piece goes on. The stop was interesting, whenever I hear organ music I always expect the principale stop, but I could see that taking away from the melodic detail that seems to be the focus of the piece as the lines converge into the tutti section of sorts.

    Sounded nice,

    ~Riley
     
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    Hehe no, this one is not hard at all, involving no pedal. I was more thinking of people's possible reaction seeing I keep spamming this piano forum with organ chorales :)
    I played this on the upper manual with only 8ft and 2ft flute.
     

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