Thank you everyone for participating! You all made us very happy with your entries.
@laputis and I selected the following winners:
I just love the Plenum sound of your organ! Very nicely articulated and the flow is just perfect! I would love to read your introduceyourself post...
Also power up your Steem and your vote value will more than double...
It's nice you played this Menuet. Good articulation. Don't forget to count the beats, keep the steady pulse, relax your shoulders and breath. Looking forward to your entry next week too. I like this stop of your pipe organ. What is it's name?
I would love to read your introduceyourself post...
You have created a nice melody and chords in accompaniment. I'm sure you had lots of fun doing this...
Congratulations to the winners! I will send them the prizes soon.
We hope to see even more entries next week! Here's a link for Week 5:
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