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Thread: Bach: Toccata & Fugue in D-minor BWV 565 (free) MP3 Download

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    thank you

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    Cool Bravo!!!

    WOW!!! Frederik , That's just brilliant. I am a beginner in Classical Music as I enjoy and brash and powerful sounding piece. As I live in Australia I would jump at the chance to go to Riga. As far as I know that organs do require a healthy compressor with strength and quiet!! Is that a problem with organs of today?

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    Hello anthill and welcome to the forum
    Trust you will continue to enjoy the experience

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    Welcome to the forums Anthill. I know yiou will enjoy your time spent here.
    ....To play only what is written is the domain of science. To realize what is not written is the domain of art."
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    I wish you the Best for each day, now and always.

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    Thank you, Mr. Magle

    Thank you so much for the download. I am not a musician and I don't have any training in the art and science of music. I only know that this piece must be especially tough, technically and artistically. My wife and son have studied music, and my son's birthday falls on Hallowe'en. This piece is one of my favorites among every type and genre, and it holds a special place at this holiday.

    You're very kind to share your art with us. I'll pass the site information along to my son -- I imagine you'll soon have new members.

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    Mr. Magle, may I also say a heart felt Thank You!

    Quote Originally Posted by Georgia Terrapin View Post
    Thank you so much for the download. I am not a musician and I don't have any training in the art and science of music. I only know that this piece must be especially tough, technically and artistically. My wife and son have studied music, and my son's birthday falls on Hallowe'en. This piece is one of my favorites among every type and genre, and it holds a special place at this holiday.

    You're very kind to share your art with us.
    I'll pass the site information along to my son -- I imagine you'll soon have new members.

    As a Polio survivor, I can only imagine how wonderful it would be to play such music.

    Thank you for sharing with those of us who cannot.


    Mike
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    Ipod??

    Has anyone has this on their Ipod? I have tried Itunes and found Magle's works but cannot see Bach's famous piece. Also in many different countries may have their own limitations too. LOL Maybe open an account in Vienna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Hello anthill and welcome to the forum
    Trust you will continue to enjoy the experience

    teddy
    Thank you Teddy.
    Quote Originally Posted by wljmrbill View Post
    Welcome to the forums Anthill. I know yiou will enjoy your time spent here.


    And thank you too Wljmrbill

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    Hello Georgia and Mike and welcome to the forum. You will discover much and make many friends if you stay here

    teddy

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    Sir,
    In one day I have discovered you, a trouser rippling rendition of the Toccata and fugue, and the magnificent insrument in Rija Cathedral. If I discover nothing else i will be happy. What a beautiful sound, plumbed through my computer sound system, the bass end made the double glazing rattle. My next goal is to visit Rija and hopefully hear live that wonderful sound, hopefully with you at the helm.

    thankyou

    Hossman

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    Hello Hossman and welcome to the forum. If you stick around you will see and hear much that will be of interest to you.

    teddy

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    Bach was a really smart.
    judy tooley

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    Hi again Frederik!

    Everytime I listen to it I'm just blown away. I wish I could do that. I'm still around buddy!

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    This is most wonderful!...Thank you for sharing....

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