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    postlude repertoire

    Hi,
    Long time no post in my case - but I've been busy playing nearly every week.
    I need to expand my postlude repertoire, maybe add another 5 or 6 to keep things moving along.

    I wondered what your favourite, go to postludes are? - I'm not looking for huge learning projects here, but something that will round off a service nicely, but is also not too difficult.

    Thanks,

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    Marko Hakanpää, organist of St. Michael's Church, Turku, Finland.
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    Wow! I've never even heard of "postludes" before, but,
    when I was dating a bassoonist who played with the Ottawa Symphony,
    and the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, I was at a new management meeting.
    When they were trying to come up with a name for this new winter event,
    I suggested a name I came up with when I tried to write a symphony in high school.
    "Winterlude", and that's what the Ottawa winter carnival is now called.

    Postludes sounds reflective, but a winterlude can lead to into some pure white light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GustavoWoltmann View Post
    Hi,
    Long time no post in my case - but I've been busy playing nearly every week.
    I need to expand my postlude repertoire, maybe add another 5 or 6 to keep things moving along.

    I wondered what your favourite, go to postludes are? - I'm not looking for huge learning projects here, but something that will round off a service nicely, but is also not too difficult.

    Thanks,
    The complete (public domain) works of Alexandre Guilmant are easily obtained on the IMSLP site as are a host of other composers.

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