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Jonathan Orwig - Toccata & Fugue Gm

John Watt

Just when I thought my thoughts about the name Orwig are probably unfounded,
suddenly my suspicions were confirmed when the link took us to another player,
trying to shove his sounds in our ear, just when I was thinking about Orwig and Earwig.
He probably Anglicized his name to get away from the stereo stigmata of earwigs.

Here's the information for the misdirected link, and his one comment is... is... yeah... just is.

Published on Jul 3, 2018

Rolande FALCINELLI (1920 -2006): Mathnavi | Op. 50 (1973) d’ après le poème mystique d’ Ibrahim Arâqî CD Preview Extract from: organ-CD IFO 7269.2 “L’Orgue virtuose” (edited by: Wolfram Adolph, ORGAN – Journal für die Orgel | SCHOTT Music, Mainz). CD audio available: in Sept. 2018, also via: www.ifo-classics.com

1 Comment

Larissa Nikowa 3 days ago

OMG he is playing like crazy !
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