I am a very big fan of our own Terry Streeton, aka pointyflute.
When Terry uploaded "Nullarbor" a short while ago, I was absolutely struck by it, and IMMEDIATELY wanted to play it - but I didn't, as I thought that Terry's upload was a LIVE performance, never realizing that it was a MIDI...
Terry's approach to the MIDI file was so excellent and sophisticated, that it "fooled" me - and I'm not a "feller that would be easily fooled..." ;-)
Well, here is my performance of it. I chose the Caen organ, as I feel that really suits the music well. Terry says that he is not an organist, but his registrations were very helpful in preparing the performance. I did it in a VERY different way, but I hope that both Terry and you will be pleased! ALL registrations could be executed on the REAL organ, and there are no "fake" changes, meaning changes that could not be done IRL in this performance.
Here are Terry's original notes: The Nullarbor is a semi-arid, almost tree-less plain situated between South and Western Australia. It is roughly 200,000 sq kms (77,000 sq miles) in area.
The British explorer, EJ Eyre, described it as "a hideous anomaly, a blot on the face of Nature, the sort of place one gets into in bad dreams".
Here is the link to his orginal upload: http://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/music/15371
So, I will abandon all decorum and say in advance: "BIG BRAVO Terry, and THANKS!"
The score is attached below.