This fun organ duet (4 hands, 2 fee) is based on a beloved Estonian folk song "Heeringas" which talks about the herring which lived on dry land and liked to eat salt. She also used to catch mice and rodents and basically was regarded as a pet. This one time she accidentally ate through the board of the trading ship which carried bags of salt. The ship sank and the salt spilled into the sea. Then god of the sea, Neptune, banished poor herring to live under the water and that's how sea water became salty. This piece will be a fun addition to any recital program and could serve as an excellent encore. Dedicated to Ines Maidre. Ausra and I recorded it on the Kolbe organ at St Elisabeth church in Pärnu, Estonia. Hope you will enjoy it!
More information about the Kolbe organ: www.eliisabet.ee/index.php/kogudus/tutvustavad-tekstid/339-parnu-eliisabeti-kiriku-ajalooline-orel
We support Ukraine: www.blue-yellow.lt/en
If you like what I do, you can buy me some coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/organduo
My Hauptwerk setup: www.organduo.lt/tools.html
Total Organist - the most comprehensive organ training program online: www.organduo.lt/total-organist
Secrets of Organ Playing - When You Practice, Miracles Happen! organduo.lt
Listen to my organ playing on Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/0ckKPIvTWucoN3CZwGodCO?si=YWy7_0HqRvaZwBcovL-RKg
DON'T MISS A THING! FREE UPDATES BY EMAIL.
You have successfully joined our subscriber list.
Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
Our Hauptwerk Setup: