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    Commodore con Forza GoneBaroque's Avatar
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    Jazz Organ at St Mary's Cathedral Edinburgh Scotland

    Not sure if this should be here or in the Pipe Organ Forum. Simon Nieminski plays Let's Get Rhythm, composed by German organist Thomas Ross on the Matthew Copely Organ at St Mary's Metropolitan Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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    Great clip. Shows the versatility of these instruments.

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    Didn't sound much like jazz to me

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    I'll have to agree with John.

    You might wanna give her a listen.
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    Very much different. IU was not familiar with her. Shows the difference between a piece written as a Jazz suite by a basicall classical composer and one by a Jazz legend. Thank you Matt.
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    Interesting piece.. reminds me some of Gershwin mixed with Ravel.....not my usual cup of tea.
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    Interst clip Mat. Very enjoyable

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneBaroque View Post
    Very much different. IU was not familiar with her. Shows the difference between a piece written as a Jazz suite by a basicall classical composer and one by a Jazz legend. Thank you Matt.
    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Interst clip Mat. Very enjoyable

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