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    Porrentruy organ, Benjamin Righetti plays Bach/Vivaldi concerto, BWV 596

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    Bill,

    So good of you to pass on to us these enjoyable sounds and performances. Much thanks to you, and to the performers, of course.

    Analogicus

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    Analogicus! It's nice to see that your reply here is enjoyable and sophisticated,
    because when I see your name I get anxious, even a little perturbed, and that's why I'm looking here.
    In the early 80's I had a Yahama rack-mount echo unit, all analog.
    It was a good used deal from a friend who knew I would use it onstage, not in his studio.
    I was filling in for a family country band, playing in a Legion Hall in Fonthill,
    when it was stolen as I was packing up to go. It turned out that one of the hard rock nephews took it.
    I never got it back.
    My new micro-digital, half-rack BOSS echo units might do more, but that Yamaha had a nicer sound.
    And the knobs weren't so small, easier to use onstage, set up on top of my amp.

    I could comment about the organ and organist here,
    but I'll just say I'm still not sure if I had one keyboard,
    would it have wood-grain keys or ivory, I'm still not sure.
    I don't think I've ever seen an all wood-grain piano or keyboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wljmrbill View Post
    Thanks for posting - what a fabulous sound.
    Carrying a torch for Classical Music...

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