Vidas: So I'm here with Auke Jongbloed, an organist from the Netherlands, talking over the internet. I'm in my church and Auke is my friend from the Steem platform. We got to know each other from his participation in our weekly Secrets of Organ Playing Contest. And I was so surprised and delighted to hear North German and a little bit of Dutch oriented organ music on Steem, 17th century, even older probably. And he has a business of transcribing old manuscripts into modern notation which is called Partitura Organum. So thank you so much and welcome to the show!
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To find out more about Auke Jongbloed and his work, please visit:
Auke's profile on Steem
Auke's channel on Contrebombarde
Auke's channel on YouTube
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