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 Post subject: Bach - BWV 552-1 - Prelude in E flat Major ("St. Anne")
PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 8:58 pm 
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A redo of my early atrocious recording of this majestic prelude. A couple of little fluffs but hopefully worth a listen, and certainly an improvement on the previous version. Luckily, with full plenum, the noise of the keys and pedals can't be heard.

Bach - BWV 552-1 - Prelude in E flat Major ("St. Anne") (9:50)

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 Post subject: Re: Bach - BWV 552-1 - Prelude in E flat Major ("St. Anne")
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Hi Chris,

This is certainly a majestic prelude and your playing sounds fine indeed. I'm always impressed by your precise rhythms and articulations underlying and including the voice elements of the music in these demanding Bach organ pieces. The organ plenum here is robust, which adds to the overall effect.

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Rachfan wrote:
This is certainly a majestic prelude and your playing sounds fine indeed. I'm always impressed by your precise rhythms and articulations underlying and including the voice elements of the music in these demanding Bach organ pieces. The organ plenum here is robust, which adds to the overall effect.

Thanks for that. I've been working on this one extensively with my teacher, and that always pays off. I hope one day to record this one a real majestic organ though. This one's a bit too in-yer-face-screaming.

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