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Germany Germany. DJ since Apr 3, 2009

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Nithilher When you hear that piece of music in a large cathedral, played on a really large organ, you can just feel (literally) Messiaen's intended message.

Notre Dame Cathedral Pipe Organ Messiaen Dieu Parmi Nous

Nithilher Messiaen is one of my favorite composers. And the organ of Notre Dame in Paris is one of my favorites for french romantic & modern organ music.

Notre Dame Cathedral Pipe Organ Messiaen Dieu Parmi Nous

Nithilher A promising heavy metal band from Hannover, Germany, which clearly deserves to become known and recognized internationally.
Nithilher And here comes part two, for all of you who survived the first one ;-)
Nithilher A rather extreme sort of organ music. Listen at your own risk ;-)
Nithilher One of my favorite pieces of organ music. It's not too hard to play, and yet usually leaves a big impression with the audience.

Boellmann. Suite Gothique Op. 25. Marie-Claire Alain. Eglise St Sulpice.

Nithilher More truly symphonic organ music. The final appearance of the main choral theme, played on a Cavaillé-Coll organ, is simply resounding.
Nithilher Truly symphonic organ music. The final appearance of the main choral theme is preceded by a climax of something sounding like church bells.
Nithilher Uplifting (4th movement of Symphonie Passion)
Nithilher For that piece of organ music you need a really large organ in a really large cathedral

O. Messiaen: Apparition de l'église éternelle (O. Latry)

Nithilher Finally, part 3 concludes this masterpiece with oen of the most divine realizations of pure joy ever expressed in music.
Nithilher Q: Who invented Ragtime? A: Beethoven. If you don't believe it, listen to part 2 of his masterpiece piano sonata.
Nithilher Beethoven's masterpiece of a piano sonata, part 1. Stay tuned, the best is yet to come ... part 2 and 3 ...
Nithilher Can you hear the jazz rhythm in the fuga? Most organ players, like Koopman here, play it a bit too mechanical to make it easy to hear, but it's there!

JS Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C minor BWV 549 (T. Koopman)

Nithilher One of my favorite composers of organ music. The Entree was one of the pieces I played in my final exam concert.
Nithilher The voice of Tarja is unrivaled, plain beautiful.
Nithilher Not exactly mainstream, not exactly easy listening, but not exactly noise either.
Nithilher Sorry, no video as these are blocked in Germany :( Truly ingenious music.
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