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    Bite the Moon (Organ)

    It seemed time for another organ work, so here it is. It is done with GPO Organ and Sonar. While editing, the title jumped out from nowhere and attacked me.

    Bite the Moon


    Richard

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    Richard

    I love the way this begins. I have enjoyed all of your piano pieces and now the organ one as well.

    Well done

    Ron

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    Re: Bite the Moon (Organ)

    Great organ work Richard! This would be very good for the main theme of a spooky movie. The name cracked me up, both when i first saw it and when i read how it came about.

    David

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    I must be honest and say that when I start to listen to your music I start to say OMG... and then something strange happens, I can't stop listening to it and it grows on me really fast. Very innovative and creative! Listened to PuckleChurch Music as well. Far Out!

    Del
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    I've much enjoyed some of your previous
    organ works, Richard, as you know... and
    while the title is a bit mystifying, this one
    is no exception... Particularly, I enjoyed
    the sense of two different but related
    trains of thought progressing concurrently,
    yet in differing temporal frameworks. There's
    a certain... inevitability to it, concepts that
    have no choice but to proceed as presented.

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Bite the Moon (Organ)

    I love the title and the music. The first run of high notes is very impressive. As usual, if you once soak yourself into the music, it gets addictive.
    Jun Yamamoto
    Tokyo, Japan
    http://jun.music.coocan.jp/
    MIDI AND SAMPLING TECHNOLOGY HAS OPENED AN ENTIRE NEW WORLD OF MUSIC!

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