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    Franz Tunder - Praeambulum in F

    Hey everybody

    I have started playing with a new teacher, and he gave me Franz Tunder's Nr. 5 Praeambulum in F major. Does anyone know of a place on the internet where I can get a recording of it (of course legally) or just listen to a part of it? I can't find any.

    Thanks a lot
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    Hmm.. interesting - I have never heard of this composer before. Do you know something about Franz Tunder?

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    Well, it turns out it wasn't Franz Tunder at all. Miscredit on the copy I had from my teacher. It is actually Vincent Lübeck Praeambulum in F Major ...

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    Ah that I know and have played it too.

    Here you can listen to it

    Good luck!

    Ps. found also video on Youtube.

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    ERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.

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    Thanks for the correction, Simon ... I was searching all over creation for the Tunder piece ... I've played other Lübeck compositions, but not this one.

    Kudo's too, for falcon1 posting a way for us to listen to this great tune.

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    Yeah, thanks everyone,. Just downloading the mp3 now, but the video performance is terrible. He has to be an amateur who doesn't know the style.

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    Glad to help.

    Simon, yes unfortunatly youtube have lot of wannabies which don't fully understand the style of the music or its content. Sometimes you get kind of robot feeling, you know you turn On or Off hehehe...

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    Youtube is good at times, but in this case is not...

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