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    Great Performance of F. Liszt's .....B_A_C_H_

    Józef Kotowicz performs this masterpiece on a really fine installation.

    http://youtu.be/ZBiz_1jizBI
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    Yes, a great interpretation - The organ should have had some touch-up on tuning though........
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    You are correct, Bill, a magnificent instrument, extremely well played. And what a beautiful Church. Surely this and the AD Nos are two of the greatest masterpieces of the Organ literature. More and more I regret not having had the opportunity to learn to play, but the years have gone by so swiftly.
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