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Massacaglia in d minor

musicalis

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A Massacaglia is a passacaille-fantasy, a new form for organ music. invented by Tomislav Ante Vodakovic and dedicated to Luca Massaglia.

 

Krummhorn

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Splendid, Jean-Paul. I love this piece ... well I love all passacaglia and ciacones anyway.

I would never be able to play it now in my advances years, but enjoy listening to all of your compositions.
 

Nikam

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Bravo Jean-Paul! I really enjoyed that composition, and especially so with the score to follow. Thank you!
 

wljmrbill

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Very very nice composition. For the advanced player for sure. Have friend working on Doctorate might be good for him and his recital work. Thanks for posting. Hope your health is not advancing. Take care my friend.
 
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