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    New Recording - T+F in Gm

    This piece was written in homage to the great French organ tradition, especially the sounds and aesthetic of the organs of Cavaille-Coll. The structure of the Fugue was influenced by the Fugues of Marcel Dupré, (especially op. 36 # 2 in Ab) and the Toccata of Maurice Durufle from his Suite op. 5

    Toccata and Fugue in Gm

    Enjoy!

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    Aloha giwro,

    What a jaunty T+F in Gm. I really enjoyed listening to it - It sounds like a real fine romp around the keyboards and pedals.

    Thanx for sharing...

    Humbly,

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    Thanks, Giwro

    Unmistakable CC for sure ... CC has a sound all its own like no other ... Magnificent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corno Dolce View Post
    Aloha giwro,

    What a jaunty T+F in Gm. I really enjoyed listening to it - It sounds like a real fine romp around the keyboards and pedals.

    Thanx for sharing...

    Humbly,

    CD
    Glad you enjoyed it, CD - thanx for listening!

    - G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Thanks, Giwro

    Unmistakable CC for sure ... CC has a sound all its own like no other ... Magnificent.
    Ah.... Cavaille-Coll

    Indeed, these were the sounds I Had in mind for this work!

    Best,

    G

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