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Write down your comment. You are not connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment Login. Was this review helpful? A welcome find. This very famous piece should be played by more pianists I always loved this Pice of music! Magnifique compositeur qu'est Bach! Finding libraries that hold this item You may have already requested this item.
Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Arranger Daniel Valentine. Plate Mainz: B. S, Plate A This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Arranger Joonatan Jokela. Arranger Matteo Fadel. Plate V. Arranger Federico Alberto Casal. Arranger Philip Addison Jones. I understand what Commodore Corno is getting at.!!!!!! Look at it this way BUT an Organ more than Capable etc.
You can hear the 2 very different interpretations, but again in "My Opinion". All in All What does the Organist,Himself Think.??????????????? Pamadu is pretty much right. First, I had a decent amount of time for preparations of the concert in Riga, and during the concert I had two "registration-assistants".
The organ in Riga Cathedral which is one of the finest german romantic organs in the world can not be compared to the organ in Assisi, which was unfortunately in a very bad shape missing notes in some stops, slow pneumatic action - long delay from pressing a key to hearing the sound - etc.
As for the concert in Assisi: When I sat down and played the Toccata, I did so without having touched the instrument before and making the stop changes while playing, guessing, using my experience and knowledge of organs in general. It was not a solo concert, but rather a concert featuring the Cecilia Choir whom also had their own organist, Klaus Jerndorff, to accompany them. I just played for the fun! Still, I felt that my rendering of the Toccata and Fugue that evening had a certain "touch" that represents a part of my vision of playing Bach and other music , thus I decided to post it on the net even though it's very "raw".Toccata e Fuga, BWV (d-moll) Johann Sebastian Bach. LIKE SHARE. PLAYLIST. VIDEO. MP3 • • • Annotate this sheet music. Note the level.