john carter Posted November 1, 2008 Share Posted November 1, 2008 The reason why I say it would not be the same is the Positive Jeu de Tierce is because that collection of stops is designed to be more intense, more directional, not so loud, and not at all-enveloping. Here is the same organ with the Positive (as you suggest it might or should be). However, I find that such a sound needs a Fond d'orgue registration that acts as a vast harmonic canvas for this intense solo - the whole made even more intense by the drawing of the Tremblant. I actually am frightened by the beauty of this sound and wonder seriously if it should be posted.Chant d'Amour Here endeth the line of Sexquialtera/Jeu de Tierce posts from me. Honest! Best wishes. Nigel Well I'm glad you didn't wonder about posting it for too long, Nigel. Truly exquisite. Please Sir, may we have some more? JC Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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