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Carillon-Sortie- short demo of Mulets- St Thomas church 5th Ave


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Oh my God, I love the way he plays this instrument. I'm not sure exactly what it is, but I suppose it's an organ. I often see these instruments in churches, but I've never listened to one. In the church, where the acoustic is way better than in an ordinary place, this may sound amazing and give a feeling of safety and the power of God. I would also like to play the organ and be able to inspire people with something great and kind. I hope that someday I'll be able to play in front of my beloved churches in portland. They are my friends and family, people who inspire and motivate me, and just people who love God and know how to be kind and grateful.