Symphonia Elegiaca by Camil van Hulse
Some excellent organwork by the performer who plays the music of a composer I only knew by name until last night...
Oh Lord, late shall the sinner awake
Absolutely love all the works of van Hulse ... he was born here (Tucson, Arizona) and played in a local church (St. Peter & Paul RC) for many many years.
Rear Admiral Appassionata
Thanks for posting.Interesting composition. I had not heard this one but have played some of his music.
....To play only what is written is the domain of science. To realize what is not written is the domain of art."
- Jean Langlais
I wish you the Best for each day, now and always.
WOW! Born in the Old Pueblo...Now that I did not know........
Originally Posted by Krummhorn
Fascinating film CD. The o ordination required to play a piece like that must be phenomenal.
Indeed........Jeanne Demessieux wrote a piece called "Octaves" for organ - and it requires quite the gymnastics with the feet.
Originally Posted by teddy
Commander, Assistant Conductor
Originally Posted by Corno Dolce
Question is, do these 'gymnastics' improve the grey matter .... or wear it out?!
Depends on your perspective Of course, then there is "Perpetuum Mobile" by Middelschulte:
Originally Posted by Nikam
If you do this on the pedals every day, well, you're good then........
Last edited by Corno Dolce; Jul-11-2012 at 20:11.