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    Adagio with sesquialtera

    An adagio for the memory of Rachael a young Canadian whose life has been too short. I think that the sesquialtera and the slow tempo of an adagio are the most moving things with an organ to express a feeling of sadness

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    A most fiitting tribute to memory of the young lady. More than a feeling of sadness, it offers a feeling of calmness and serenity.
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    Very pleasent peaceful composition. make an excellent prelude as well as communion selection. Thanks for another composition.
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