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Finale Jubilante (Five Pieces, No. 5)

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Uploaded by: Agnus_Dei (10/09/12)
Composer: Willan, Healey
Sample Producer: Milan Digital Audio
Sample Set: Salisbury Cathedral Father Willis
Software: Hauptwerk IV
Genre: Late Romantic / Early Modern
My first reaction to Willan's metronome mark was: "This is WAY too slow!!!!!"

As I played it, I thought: "This IS the right tempo!"

I have a thing about metronome marks, and I played all of these movements pretty much right on the speed Willan indicated... ;-)

The name "Jubilante" would make you think of something quick, but in reality, this is a VERY grand processional.

It starts out fairly big but reduces a bit in the middle. After which, it's a continuous build up to the end, culminating in ABSOLUTELY Full Organ.

I say "absolutely," since this is the first time I've used the Solo Tuba Clarion 4' (just an extension of the 8') for the final chord, and it is a BIG sound!!!

I've enjoyed learning and playing these works, and I think I'll see what other Willan pieces that I have lying around... ;-)
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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