While Ausra was teaching online today, I recorded two pieces today - one chorale prelude by Karg-Elert and this beautiful Andante from Meditaciones religiosas, Op. 122 by Louis-James-Alfred Lefebure-Wely who was a very prominent organist, composer and improviser in the middle of the 19th century Paris. The composer calls for 8' principals, flutes and string sounds here but I wanted to record it on Piotr Grabowski's sample set from Saint-Jean-de-Luz and this organ doesn't have 8' principal in the manuals. Nonetheless, I think the registration colours came out very nice. Would you agree?
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