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    Commodore con Forza musicalis's Avatar
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    Smile Toccata in G minor

    Hi friends !
    I am glad to present you my latest organ toccata, composed this week.
    Here are the mp3 (virtual organ) and the full score (4 pages) in PDF
    This toccata can be played with one keyboard only and pedals.
    Registration is free. I suggest great : full to 15 th.
    If you have a swell, you can have Great coupled to it for some passages of your choice, and you can achieve with a crescendo.
    I hope you will have pleasure with this song.
    Jean-Paul

    Mp3 : http://musicalis.monespace.net/autres/img518a.mp3
    PDF : http://musicalis.monespace.net/autres/img519a.pdf

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    Hi Musicalis,

    Excellent work you do - I've already started practising it.

    Humbly and respectfully,

    Corno Dolce
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    J-Paul,

    Excellent work ... saved this morsel to work on after the holidays. Always looking for new material - and this is some great new stuff. Thanks for sharing with us.
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    Ditto. Too busy this side of Christmas, but in the new year...

    Thanks Jean-Paul. :-)

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    Impressive!
    I really like this work... right now i'm studying a mendelssohn sonata, but i'll try this!
    Regards,
    Matthew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Schembri View Post
    . . . right now i'm studying a mendelssohn sonata . . .
    Hi Matthew,

    Which one are you working on ... the Sonata I is my favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Hi Matthew,

    Which one are you working on ... the Sonata I is my favorite.
    Hi krummhorn,

    I'm studying sonata 2, although i'm finding the fugue rather challenging, but i simply love it, especially the allegro!

    Regards,
    Matthew

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    I guess everyone here at this forum knows what a big sucker I am
    for bach! I like it.
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