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    Smile Transigo Platea

    Hi !

    Transigo Platea is a short and very soft music for religious office.
    I wrote it a few years ago, but recorded it today with Kloria MyOrgan (open source virtual organ). The organ set I used is "Orgue de Salon", a very small organ with 2 manuals and pedal and only 5 stops.

    MP3 without reverb and 4 pages PDF can be downloaded for free at :
    http://musicalis.monespace.net/pages/11.html


    I hope you will enjoy.

    Jean-Paul
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    Hi J.P.

    Transigo Platea - A little gem for budding organists.

    Cheers,

    Corno Dolce
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    Hi J.P.
    Nice little piece of music,would be interesting if played on a larger organ with more stops,a bit more variation perhaps?I was impressed with the Toccato Negra (CavailleColl) from the same site.I also have a question about Kloria MyOrgan and Hauptwerk,is one better than the other one, or does each one have it's pros and cons?
    Last edited by Caddis; Jan-05-2008 at 15:21.

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    Hi Jean-Paul,

    Nice little work there ... enjoyed it very much - I'll have to try it at church with some contrasting stops.
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    Hi !
    I cannot answer to Caddis's question as I only have MyOrgan.

    I think there are few differences between the two softwares as they use the same ODF (organ definition files), so may have the same features.
    May be Hautptwerk-1 has some functions that lack to MyOrgan, such as included reverb, but I don't know. May be also, graphism (display) is better on HWK1. Can somebody tell us about these differences ?

    For me, the most important difference between one and the other is the price : myOrgan is free, HWK1 is not.

    About the registration of Transigo Platea, you can change it as you want. I did it as simple as possible, only to show what can be done with a very small virtual organ, without any additional effect.

    J-Paul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by musicalis View Post
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    About the registration of Transigo Platea, you can change it as you want. I did it as simple as possible, only to show what can be done with a very small virtual organ, without any additional effect. J-Paul.
    Hi Jean-Paul,

    I wasn't trying to be critical of your chosen registration for this piece - it's a rather a nice sound overall ... I'm one that likes to experiment around with lots of different stop combinations - sometimes I have to be very creative at church with only 9rks to choose from so that my presentations don't sound all the same.
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    Dear friend !
    I know the problem of small organ, as I was organist in a small church.

    About my music, if you have good ideas for registration please play the piece and post it in this topic, I'll be very happy.
    J-Paul
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    Hi J-Paul,

    Thanks ... I might do that, but not until after my organ concert which is just two weeks away ... ...
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    Hello Jean Paul, I agree with Kh, very nice piece of work.
    Do you mind if I print out the PDF and play it at my local church?

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    Hi Jonesey !

    I do not mind at all, I will be very happy if you play my music.
    If, you do it, please, send feedback.
    J-Paul
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
    http://fr.youtube.com/organcomposer
    http://organ.monespace.net

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