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    Adagio for organ and trumpet

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    Here is a new adagio. I hope you will enjoy.




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    Liked it and enjoyed:however to me it seems more an "Andante" then an" Adagio" as I can feel a walking feeling. I usually play adagio at a slower then BPM (of 66-76) at 60-72..as I usually andante at 76-78... I am more in line with the 19th century Maezel metronome which is slower than the electronic one used today by many..old fashioned guy here...so as a rule play slower then many modern organist who I feel play way to fast many times. just a thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by wljmrbill View Post
    Liked it and enjoyed:however to me it seems more an "Andante" then an" Adagio" as I can feel a walking feeling. I usually play adagio at a slower then BPM (of 66-76) at 60-72..as I usually andante at 76-78... I am more in line with the 19th century Maezel metronome which is slower than the electronic one used today by many..old fashioned guy here...so as a rule play slower then many modern organist who I feel play way to fast many times. just a thought
    Hi Bill
    Thanks for your interesting comment.
    This piece was recorded at 75 bpm, so it is a fast adagio but we can say it is an adagio. But you are right, it could be an andante too.
    Last edited by musicalis; Sep-14-2014 at 10:18.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Absolutely . vBulletin defines "Trackback" as simply an acknowledgment.

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    Thanks Krummhorn for this good explaination. I had no idea what trackback could be.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    I enjoyed the piece very much. I think it would suit the abilities of the trumpet players I work with.

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    Jean-Paul,

    I meant to also mention that I really loved this new piece of yours.

    Lars A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flute'n'Pedal View Post
    I enjoyed the piece very much. I think it would suit the abilities of the trumpet players I work with.
    I would be glad to hear this piece performed by real musicians and real instruments. Give me your mail by private message, I will send you the score.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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