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Yesterday I recorded the middle movement of Sonatina Quinta by Krebs. I have played this piece with Gedackt 8', Vox humana 8' and Tremulant stops using Velesovo sample set by Sonus Paradisi of Hauptwerk VPO:
The most difficult part for me was to play it expressively and with emotion while feeling modulations to different keys. This particular registration allowed me to lean on cadences and emphasise feelings of different tonalities.
After I was done I also played through the first of the chorale preludes by Kaufmann from his "Harmonische Seelenlust" collection. I'm so looking forward to the time I can start recording these little gems. I hope this will happen by the end of this week when I'm done with Clavierubung III by Krebs.
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