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Fuga furiosa in F - Jesus Christ is risen

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Uploaded by: NeoBarock (06/27/22)
Composer: * My Own Composition
Sample Producer: Piotr Grabowski
Sample Set: Erfurt Büssleben 1702
Software: GrandOrgue
Genre: Contemporary
After the recording of this composition on the beautiful baroque organ at Erfurt Büßleben, it was clear what the work should be called: FUGA FURIOSA

Since my pieces are usually unplayable, I was allowed to play according to my heart's desire and threw any inhibitions overboard.

The coda of the fugue is introduced by a pedal solo, and after a few bars the upper voices join in. In the familiar manner, the last bars are on the pedal organ point in F minor, which makes the concluding F major chord seem like a redemption.

It is remarkable with what ease Grandorgue here plays the organ of Büßleben with this furious piece. There is almost no restriction on the virtuosity of a piece, only too fast sequences of notes played "staccato" occasionally get choked up.

I think something like this can be done on this beautiful melody. Jesus Christ is risen - Here all the voices dance around each other and the joy about the resurrection seems believable, although I don't want to hide the fact that in one bar or another the playing takes on almost grotesque features .........

Enough talk - have fun with this "furious" composition!
Performance: MIDI
Recorded in: Stereo
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