Because of the COVID-19 pandemic I recently been asked to play for graduation ceremonies at Vilnius University not at the church but in the courtyard in open air. For these events I'm going to use Organteq software and my Nektar MIDI keyboard.
Therefore today I decided to test out this software with this improvisation. I have recently subscribed to Sietze de Vries' Patreon page where he teaches improvisation. His newest Lesson 3 teaches to create variations on manuals only using I, IV and V chords.
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Here's the plan for this improvisation:
Theme: Chorale harmonisation
Variation I: Musette
Variation II: Echos
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