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    Smile J.S. Bach and F. Magle Rock!

    In San Francisco, at the Palace of the Legion of Honor, I heard Tocatta and Fugue played on the grand, orchestral organ today. What a joy. So I returned to this fine site to hear it again. Another joy. Thanks.

    Question: I enjoy hearing this on the computer. Is it possible to put it on my i-pod as well?

    Best to all. Special thanks to Frederik Magle for this fine gift.

    John B

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    Hi beckerj! And welcome.

    Lol, I think Frederik would like this thread title.

    That's a good question. I'm not sure. Try poking around his website, or maybe you can ask your question in Frederik's corner on this site?

    Here's where you can ask Frederik questions: http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/que...rederik-magle/

    You might like to try the technology thread for your question too: http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/sci...hnology-forum/
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    Welcome to MIMF, John.

    Wow - a super thread title. Frederik will be elated, I'm sure.

    I think you can download that file by right clicking and "save link as" ... once imported to your PC, you should be able to upload it to your iPod, provided you have the required cables.

    We hope you will enjoy your time here.
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    Hello John

    Welcome to the forum, I am sure you will be able to put it on your i-pod.


    Margaret

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    I too extend my welcome to you and look forward to hearing more from you on the various forums here. Yes Frederick is a terrific organist as well as composer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Welcome to MIMF, John.

    Wow - a super thread title. Frederik will be elated, I'm sure.

    I think you can download that file by right clicking and "save link as" ... once imported to your PC, you should be able to upload it to your iPod, provided you have the required cables.

    We hope you will enjoy your time here.
    Thank you so much. You were exactly right. It was easy.
    Toccata and Fugue are now on my I-Pod. So Johann and Frederik will be joining us in a few days when we go to Lake Tahoe. That is absolutely grand. So, thanks again.

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    You're most certainly welcome, John

    Glad to have been able to help.
    Have fun at Tahoe - beautiful part of the country - was there eons ago for a vacation.
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    wonders intently at just how long an eon is ...
    I'm not an atheist and I don't think I can call myself a pantheist. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many different languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesn't know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God.
    —Albert Einstein.

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    I don't think there is a set time for an eon ... Eon is the English equivalent of "aeon", which means "age". For my post anyway, the eon is equal to about 35 years.

    In geological terms I think an eon is about a billion years.
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