Yesterday I started to practice Adeste fideles by Jeanne Demessieux on Melcel Chamber Music Hall sample set by Piotr Grabowski and my Hauptwerk setup. I noticed that this piece was too difficult to record the same evening so this morning I came back to it. It is based on the well-known Christmas carol and reminds of a musette with the long pedal point on the note D. The stops alternate between the flute combination and the dialogue with the Clarinet (in this case I use Krommhorn stop). To enhance the acoustics I selected Caen impulse response reverb with 6 seconds of reverberation by Sonus Paradisi. Hope you will enjoy it!
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Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
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