What happens when you are constantly uploading new videos to your YouTube channel since 2011? Well, one of the things that happens is you can see your subscriber count and views increase over time (I have 2570 subscribers as of now and over 750k views). Another thing that happens is that you build a very extensive archive over time (over 1100 public videos). And the third thing - sometimes it's difficult to organize them.
For a while now I've been wanting to go through my most important YouTube playlists and make them complete. I'm focusing now on my compositions, organ duet performances with @laputis, organ demonstrations and improvisations.
Here are the updated playlists. Everything is now in one place.
Compositions of Vidas Pinkevicius (72 videos):
Organ Demonstrations (17 videos):
Pinkevicius Organ Duo (20 videos):
Vidas Pinkevicius Organ Improvisations (274 videos):
Previously I had to add the videos to each playlist manually but now I have added some rules for auto add. So hopefully from now on new videos that I'll upload in the future will be added automatically.
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Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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