American organ music

Majestic music for a majestic instrument
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It has been recorded that souvenir for organ has been renamed Souvenir for silent non-existent instrumental ensemble and arctic nights in order to recreate the Pianophilia discussion into its modern restatement of originality
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PS poop old zsolti wanting a simple organ piece!!!tchaaaaaaaaa.
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fredbucket wrote: I wonder if anyone recorded it for posterity...
Yes indeed - Frank Zappa.

This is what it sounds like (sorry about the rather low bit
rate and the inappropriate choice of thread for the file).
Cage 433.zip
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Timtin wrote:
fredbucket wrote: I wonder if anyone recorded it for posterity...
Yes indeed - Frank Zappa.

This is what it sounds like (sorry about the rather low bit
rate and the inappropriate choice of thread for the file).
AWESOME!!! I could not-listen to that over and over and over and over...
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Best regards, Ferruccio
tzsolti

Re: American organ music

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Well, this is really funny. I was thinking that the 4'33" has only pauses and not movements on it. As a compositional idea it is genial, despite the fact that I really don't like Cage's music. He invented first, he deserves the applause.
I listened this Souvenir for organ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71wNx0-nMX8, it seems like a "real" music - in my opinion it is terrible. One of my friends needs it, but he already commanded from a sheet music shop for a few euros.
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Re: American organ music

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rob wrote:Is the 'degree' symbol not used for Kelvin?
No, it's not. There are °C (Celsius) °F (Fahrenheit) and K (Kelvin). By definition, O°C is 273.15K.

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Miniature in D Flat Major, opus 8 number 3 by Merritt Johnson. Scanned from a badly deteriorated original.
Johnson, Merritt_Miniature, Op8 No3.pdf
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An old favorite of mine, Leo Sowerby's Requiescat in pace.
Sowerby- Requiescat in pace.pdf
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Bruce Simonds' "Prelude on Iam sol recedit igneus"
Simonds- Prelude on Iam sol recedit igneus.pdf
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Garth Edmundson's "Toccata on 'Von Himmel hoch'"
Edmundson- Von himmel hoch.pdf
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