Vox Humana Posted March 4, 2010 Share Posted March 4, 2010 I am planning a recital programme for a few months' time. I originally thought I would open with the Bossi Étude symphonique, followed by the large Bruhns E minor, but have just found out that the organ I shall be playing only has 56 note keyboards, which cuts out the Bossi (you can't really rewrite that top A). I suppose I could just open with the Bruhns, but ideally I'd like to find an alternative, ear-grabbing opener. One of the pieces I'm considering is the Murrill Carillon. Having tried it out to see how it fits with the Bruhns, I was immediately surprised by how similar their openings sounded. I'm wondering whether this would be an interesting juxtaposition in programming terms or not a good idea at all. I think I'm inclined towards the latter view, but I wondered what the team thinks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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