Vidas: Thank you so much, Wolfram for joining this conversation with me! I'm so excited to be able to talk with you because one day ago I backed your project "Paper Organ". I saw this video last week on Facebook and I could not stop but watch and even share later on. I couldn't do anything for backing the project right then because it was pre-launch. But I subscribed to your email list and got notified. And at that moment also my friend James Flores, an organist from Australia also got notified because we engage very often every day. And he wrote me a message right away, "Did you see it? Do you have FOMO? (Fear Of Mising Out)". And I said, "Yes, I do." And I remember that a week ago I saw your video about this project and hope that this project will succeed because Paper Organ is an amazing concept. We all know about OrgelKids but it's heavier and larger and more expensive. So what you came up with with paper instrument or model of the instrument is I think ingenious. So thank you so much Wolfram and welcome to the show!
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The moment I'm writing this, Paper Organ project on Kickstarter has been backed almost 50% with 55 backers and 27 more days to go!
Here are some relevant links:
Paper Organ Project on Kickstarter:
Paper Organ website:
Kickstarter Pitch video: https://youtu.be/X9oi1LB6yBg
Unboxing the prototype box: https://youtu.be/obLzN-OgUy0
Playing on the organ: https://youtu.be/0Y5_ie0r2Bc
Playing a bit of Bach's Bourree: https://youtu.be/apxxI5rW1js (Wolfram had to blow a deep and a high pipe because it was outside the tone range :-) )
Another piece on the organ: https://youtu.be/0Q7GpZ9Ujw0
And Wolfram's daughter playing: https://youtu.be/1AuZrCjjoHQ
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Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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