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    Triple fugue sur Adeste Fideles

    Hello

    It's time to prepare Xmas I think.
    I am writting this fugue for you.
    Today it is only the draft version 018. I know there is too much reverb (I wanted 14 dB but I am afraid I have done it twice), don't tell me.
    The virtual organ is Sancta Magdalena. The reverb is SIR, the notation software Harmony-Assistant.

    FUGUE ADESTE FIDELES

    The 3 subjects are :

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    Last edited by musicalis; Sep-17-2011 at 00:32. Reason: bad layout of the pictures
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    I like the reverb as is:but I like reverb and hate dull, flat sounding installations and will not play an organ in that type enviorment. This would make a great Midnight service prelude as is..and with full organ make an excellent postlude.Another excellent job Jean-Paul.I enjoyed it.
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    Beautiful rendition of this favorite Xmas tune ... flows nicely and the repeating theme is well pronounced. Lovely registration, too.

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    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

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    Was it lovely - yes

    Was I suprised - no

    Thank you

    teddy

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    Nicely done.. theme seems more pronounced in this version. One will have to do some fingering work for sure..Thanks
    ....To play only what is written is the domain of science. To realize what is not written is the domain of art."
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    A terrific composition. In spite of its length, the interest is sustained throughout, and even heightened towards the end. I look forward to learning it some day.

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