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Judex Crederis

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Uploaded by: Aarnoud (12/01/15)
Composer: Boëly, Alexandre Pierre François
Sample Producer: OrganART Media
Sample Set: 1732 Andreas Silbermann Organ, Ebersmünster
Genre: Classicism
Fantasia pour le verset Judex Crederis

The composition starts with a peaceful Pastorale, but you can hear the stormy weather approaching. Then it gets really windy and the rooster crows three times. The mighty trumpets sound and they announce the appearance of the Allmighty who has come to judge over the evil people. Ater a final thunderclap (maybe the first cluster ever in a written composition) it all ends with two loud and simple notes.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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