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    Christ, unser Herr, zum jordan kam BWV 684

    A recording that has been out on youtube, but has not been published. But now we made it available.

    Wonderful music!

    + http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWHw5-LpADI" title="View this video at YouTube in a new window or tab" target="_blank">YouTube Video
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    It is indeed Janne. Thank you for the link.

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    Thanks for sharing that, Janne ... splendid piece and superb playing.
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    yes I had heard him prior and was very impressed withhis playing.. very articulate playing.
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    Thank you Janne, It is always a pleasure to hear Markus at the keyboard.
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