Today Ausra and I practiced Alto aria from Bach's Easter Oratorio and tried to record it but it didn't work - it needs a few more days to mature. Luckily this sonata by Seydelmann saved our day. We have played it in many concerts - it's a delightful optimistic 3 part piece (Allegro-Andantino-Allegro di molto). Hope you will enjoy it!
We have played this piece using Velesovo sample set by Sonus Paradisi of Hauptwerk VPO. If you like my music making, you can support me on Patreon and get free organ CD's at https://patreon.com/secretsoforganplaying
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