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    BBC Documentary about J.S Bach

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcnBz...eature=related

    It is in 7 parts which you will find on the related video section.
    It is really interesting to watch.

    Cheers,
    Nick

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    In seven parts, they ought to be able to broadcast a good deal of his music. Let's hope they remember he was an organist. Too many broadcasters, even on "classical" sations, choose to ignore the organ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dll927 View Post
    In seven parts, they ought to be able to broadcast a good deal of his music. Let's hope they remember he was an organist. Too many broadcasters, even on "classical" sations, choose to ignore the organ.
    absolutely right dll. Usualy they ignore organ. In Greece allmost all ignore organ in general, if you ask about organ here, you 'll get the unswer : Dracula music ? (meaning also thriller) brrrr...
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    Blessed Nick,

    Thanx for finding the documentary - It was great to hear the different views.

    Cheers,

    CD
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