Before I got ready to do a podcast conversation with the composer from the UK, Paul Ayres, I practiced his Prelude and Fugue from the Suite for Eric and then quickly printed out the score of my today's piece "Aeoline" which will be the opening part of the cycle "Organ ABC". I then held the camera in one hand and played with another hand part by part - right hand, left hand and the pedals so that @drugelis could later transcribe the fingering and pedaling for me.
And now I have to grab some lunch and run to have an interview at the Lithuanian Radio Classical Music Program. They want me to talk about my organ playing experiences.
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