By Vidas Pinkevicius (get free updates of new posts here)
This morning I went to church to practice for my upcoming "More Palatino" recital.
I'm playing works of Bach, Robertsbridge Codex, Ockeghem, Sweelinck, Scheidemann, Krebs, Lefebure-Wely, Peeters and improvisation at the end.
To be exact:
„Christ ist erstanden“, BWV 627 by Johann Sebastian Bach (18th c.), „Adesto“ from the Robertsbridge Codex (14th c.), Kyrie from „Missa pro defunctis“ by Johannes Ockeghem (15th c.), "More Palatino" variations by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (16th c.), Praeambulum in G by Heinrich Scheidemann (17th c.), "Jesu, meine Zuversicht“ by Johann Ludwig Krebs (18th c.), Offertoire „Grand Choeur“ by Louis James Alfred Lefebure-Wely (19th c.), Aria by Flor Peeters (20th c.) and my improvisation.
So today I'd like to share with you this live practice video.
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