Thank you everyone for participating! You all made us very happy with your entries.
@laputis and I selected the following winners:
Wow! Very solid articulation and such a lovely organ. I enjoyed it a lot. Can't wait to see what you create next...
Somber and dark feeling helps to depict the character of this piece. Your arrangement and registration sound interesting.
I liked a couple of places where you did little flourishes. In fact, this piece has many instances in every measure where more improvisation could be applied.
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