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    Kevin Bowyer plays Thierry Pallesco on Youtube !

    Hello,

    You can listen and see Kevin Bowyer playing the Pallesco's "Toccata and Fugue in C sharp" on Youtube :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8IUISBcjtE

    Wonderful !!!

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    Thats an awesome Toccata and Fugue - Thanx for "opening" my ears........
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    Had never heard Kevin Bowyer play before. Thanks for the link.

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    Enjoyed his performance..not to sure I care for the composer's style of music.. as I am not into disonance that much. Thanks for posting.
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    Yes, this Toccata is a little hard for the "classical" ears. T. Pallesco has composed another Toccata when he was a young composer, I think the first one (Toccata in D), that you can hear with this direct link :
    http://thierrypallesco.free.fr/toccatarefull.mp3
    Isn't it better for you ?
    All Pallesco's organ works are in his personal website (mp3).
    Quote Originally Posted by wljmrbill View Post
    Enjoyed his performance..not to sure I care for the composer's style of music.. as I am not into disonance that much. Thanks for posting.

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    Yes Solorgan much better for my ears.. Thanks very much for the link
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    Two another T. Pallesco's ones, very "soft" for the ears !
    The "Suite in F" (2d part) :
    http://thierrypallesco.free.fr/suite2c.mp3
    "At the beginning" ("Au commencement", from the Genesis)
    http://thierrypallesco.free.fr/aucomm.mp3
    Quote Originally Posted by wljmrbill View Post
    Yes Solorgan much better for my ears.. Thanks very much for the link

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