When I came to my church this morning, I live-streamed 3 of my improvisations on Facebook and later uploaded them to YouTube and would like to share it with you here. They are based on Gregorian chant melodies recommended to be sung this week (31st Week in Ordinary time). I have this Graduale Romanum book with me which I like to use as a basis for my music. Hope you enjoy them.
O quam bonus
By improvising them in public I'm preparing myself for an upcoming improvisation recital on November 16 in my church. It will be based on the poems of Baroque Jesuit poet Sarbievijus who worked in Vilnius in the 17th century. The poems will be read between my improvisations.
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