Today I'd like to share with you my newest storytelling improvisation recital video - "David and Goliath" which I played last Saturday at Vilnius University St John's church.
By the way, it's the second time I improvised on this story, the first time was with the saxophonist Petras Vysniauskas back in 2013.
I hope you'll be able to hear some special effects I put into it to demonstrate the sobbing of Goliath in the 2nd video.
When Ausra and I listened to the recordings on Sunday morning, she started having a cipher in her ear. :).
Let me know if these videos made you feel sorry for Goliath (or for the organ or for your ears...).
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