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    Quote Originally Posted by Corno Dolce View Post
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    p.s. I'll probably now get *flamed* for being a heretic - eschewing Liszt for piano and espousing Liszt for organ, transcription or otherwise.
    Ahah ... you might get put on somebody's lis(z)t? that was bad but couldn't resis(z)t ...
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    Hi Krummhorn,

    Touché, dear sir, touché.............

    Humbly,

    Corno Dolce

    p.s. You're so cool

    pps. I have donned my Nomex fireproof suit, so anyone that wants to *flame* me please feel free to commence firing at your pleasure.
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    Hi Krummhorn,thanks for the info and the link on the specs.At first I thought it was the organ at the American Cathedral in Paris(the arrangement of stops above the manuals looks very similar),it occurred to me later,while going through my Cd collection that the organ at the A.C. in Paris is a 4m organ.Is there maybe an organ transcription for the Hungarian Raphsody No. 2?

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