This isn't an MP3, and it's not exactly played on an organ, and views are not exactly the same as downloads:
but it has been viewed 24,305 times ... of course, that doesn't mean it's a better rendition ... :nut:
Congratulations, that's impressive! (and a very interesting visualization I must say). Now, downloads hasn't been standing still here either , and the current No. of downloads of the MP3 (from October 21, 2004 to september 12, 2006) is now up to 47,307. 594.64 GB has been transfered (of that file alone), which means the average download size is 12.57MB out of the file's full size of 16.4 MB. This again tells me that the significant majority of people completes the download.
I had to join the whole friggin' board just to thank you for the download. That was wicked awesome!
I'm working on my yearly "Halloween" project and was just looking for that piece, so I stumbled on here by circumstance...but please forgive, the music isn't just part of a Halloween project to me either, I'm a painter and sculpter (and all kinds of other stuff as it were)...so it I'm not just some fly-by hick about it...I truely appreciate the music too.
Thanks a lot! I'm happy you decided to join and let me know what you think about the download! I'm glad you appreciate the music, and don't worry, I too find it perfect for halloween use. Stereotypical? Maybe, but great fun nevertheless and the right atmosphere - and that's just all right
We are all indeed in the presence of a true artist at the console. The articulation you were able to accomplish in such a live building is absolutely outstanding. Absolutely stunning performance - thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much for your great comments. It means a lot to me!
Dear Sir Frederik Magle,
You da man, you da man...
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