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  1. Last Sunday I attended Cameron Carpenter’s all-Bach recital at a packed Berlin Philharmonie. Carpenter made ample use of all the resources of the large Schuke organ, which includes two stage divisions with visible sets of shutters on either side of the choir seats. There was a printed programme, which however just contained an essay on Bach’s organ music in general. Carpenter was to announce his programme on the spot, in English (having lived in Berlin for several years now, he deemed his German “still terrible”). He entered to big applause, hopped on the bench and started immediately with
  2. Last Sunday I attended Cameron Carpenter’s all-Bach recital at a packed Berlin Philharmonie. Carpenter made ample use of all the resources of the large [link=http://www.schuke-berlin.de/img/Download/Berlin%20Philharmonie.pdf]Schuke organ[/link], which includes two stage divisions with visible sets of shutters on either side of the choir seats. There was a printed programme, which however just contained an essay on Bach’s organ music in general. Carpenter was to announce his programme on the spot, in English (having lived in Berlin for several years now, he deemed his German “still terrible
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