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    James Kibbie plays Bach: free downloads!

    Anyone interested in this?

    http://www.blockmrecords.org/bach/index.htm

    James Kibbie plays on historic organs in Germany, and one can download it for free!
    Sponsored by the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance (a.o.).

    Good news for both newbies and connaisseurs?

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    Wonderful site ... Thanks for posting this.
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    This is a treasure-trove.........

    Thankyou.........Mark.

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    Thanks a lot for posting this, Marc! Now, that's a great idea. I guess I'll need a bigger hard drive...

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    Thanks all of you for your kind reactions.

    A great Michigan-initiative indeed!
    Haven't got the quickest online connection and biggest hard-disk myself, but I dowloaded some works this week and, just to begin with: IMHO,
    Kibbie is far less mühsam
    than Rübsam.


    Greetings,
    Marc.

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