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    Oh yes, the Boardwalk Organ - Always such a treat to see it.......
    *If a man wants God to hear his prayer quickly, then before he prays for anything else, even his own soul, when he stands and stretches out his hands towards God, he must pray with all his heart for his enemies. Through this action God will hear everything that he asks* -Abba Zeno-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    Hey Teo (if that's your photo on your avatar you are indeed extremely handsome)
    Gosh you made me blush. It's from nutty vidoes here: http://givnology.com/compose.htm#channels in particular that's a shot from: http://Givnology.com/301/PeaceOfMine.mpg.

    It turns out the Don Sanche opera was Liszt's Opus 1! That one I attached is going through major renovations, I just thought, his birthday, but why do I share unfinished works? Maybe because the finished ones should be for money? Liszt's version of Schubert's Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang) is quite amazing too! Lang Lang plays it on his CD "Liszt, My Piano Hero." Belated Happy Birthday Abbe Farenc Liszt
    Wagner's music is better than it sounds. - Mark Twain's Autobiography

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    Red face Liszt's Don Sanche's Aria score looking good now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teo View Post
    It turns out the Don Sanche opera was Liszt's Opus 1! That one I attached is going through major renovations, I just thought, his birthday, but why do I share unfinished works?...Belated Happy Birthday Abbe Farenc Liszt
    Because..

    Then I feel compelled to make it really really pretty! Not that anyone would ever care, but this one is rather nicely laid out and readable! My teachers will still go over it but after last night Lang Lang played part of a Liszt romance for the encore, well, I want to appreciate Liszt too! It's actually nice sounding THE MIDI FILE, well as a Finale sequence - lots of P, F, MP, stuff like that added.
    Wagner's music is better than it sounds. - Mark Twain's Autobiography

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teo View Post
    Gosh you made me blush. It's from nutty vidoes here: http://givnology.com/compose.htm#channels in particular that's a shot from: http://Givnology.com/301/PeaceOfMine.mpg.
    That goes through a redirect, here it really is:
    http://www.webpageexperience.com/mpg/PeaceOfMine.mpg
    Also, if you like, peruse: http://www.webpageexperience.com/mpg/
    Wagner's music is better than it sounds. - Mark Twain's Autobiography

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