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    "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Edit: I have just "Garratinized" another excerpt from this Partita and it is here.


    Organ Lovers,

    Herewith is a short excerpt from my "Partita #01 In B minor" for organ. The entire composition is about twelve minutes long but I won't punish your ears with the full-length work. This is a little over a couple of minutes.

    It features the GPO Prinzipal, Symphonic Plenum and Baroque Plenum Reed Pedal plus other stops in the second excerpt which is above.

    My best to all,

    LGA
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Well done, Larry; I enjoyed this excerpt.

    David
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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Well done, Larry; I enjoyed this excerpt.

    David
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    Thank you, Mr. Dave, and bless you, my Son.

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    L.G.A.
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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    well done Larry - this is very attractive, and the organ stops used maintain clarity in the parts. Is the full partita an extended version of this movement, or are there more movements?

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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene
    well done Larry - this is very attractive, and the organ stops used maintain clarity in the parts. Is the full partita an extended version of this movement, or are there more movements?
    The full composition consists of different interconnected sections as in a suite.

    Thanks for listening and commenting, Lad.

    Larry A.
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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
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    What the...? What's with the Tripod?

    LGA
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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Okay, Larry from what part of Bach's family tree are you really from?

    Nice work and great use of the GPO organ sounds! It's an enjoyable listen.

    Thanks so much for sharing.
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    Rich

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    Re: "Partita Number One In B minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by RichR
    Okay, Larry from what part of Bach's family tree are you really from?

    Nice work and great use of the GPO organ sounds! It's an enjoyable listen.

    Thanks so much for sharing.
    Herr Bach and I were good friends and he once told me, "You're no Bach. Give it up!".

    Thanks for listening, Mr. Rich and thank you for the good words.

    LGA
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Nice partita Larry. Well rendered sound.
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