Yesterday evening in our church there was a memorial service dedicated to those members of the university community who died this year. I improvised 4 pieces on the organ for Prelude, Offertory, Communion and Postlude. Now I'd like to share with you these videos and hope you will enjoy listening to them.
Prelude - Requiem aeternam
Offertory - Domine Iesu Christe
Communion - Lux aeterna
Postlude - Dies irae
Yesterday also I was contacted by one of my former music history teachers at Klaipeda E. Balsys Art Gymnasium which I graduated from back in 1994. She runs music theory department there now. She noticed how much I travel with recitals and improvise and wanted me to share something with the school as well. She hope she can organize my meeting with the current students. I wrote to her that I will have to investigate the possibilities and thanked her for the invitation.
By the way, a long time ago it was she who gave me a gift of the copy of "Graduale Triplex" Gregorian chant book which I use even today for my improvisations and compositions.
If I go, I would definitely want to share my online experiences and introduce students and teachers to Steem and blockchain.
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