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Invention No. 53


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paul f. page

 Genre: Baroque

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Another from a continuing series of "really useful organ music" that includes inventions, interludes, preludes, postludes, meditations, etc., all for use as either recital or liturgical pieces. This piece is written in two parts without pedal. The song art is a picture of a small organ built by Gottfried Silbermann (1683-1753, a contemporary, friend, and collaborator of J.S.Bach. The piece itself was recorded on my Johannus Vivaldi 370. The score can be found here: http//www.paulp/...
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Uploaded: May 04, 2017 - 08:24:57 AM
Last Updated: May 04, 2017 - 10:18:16 AM Last Played: Jun 11, 2017 - 08:12:36 PM
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H3nry said 202 days ago (May 4th, 2017)
A passing melodious roundelay...
Really useful organ music - a delightful concept. I can easily see what a resource the Page pages of scores would be to a church organist. To anyone looking for something not too challenging, for that matter. I've certainly enjoyed browsing paulpage.org and appropriating a few pieces.
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kristyjo said 202 days ago (May 4th, 2017)
Lovely, as always
I have fallen out of the habit of coming around here to see what's being posted, but I'm glad I stopped in today! I'll be checking out the score, too, since I'm a piano player who often is asked to play the organ, and pedal is the part that often gets omitted, whether written in, or not. Contemplative and beautiful.
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Fire_Angel said 202 days ago (May 4th, 2017)
Sounds as if you stole a time machine.
This really sounds is if it could have been written in the baroque period! So true to the form, and so gentle as it dances to the quiet conclusion. A lovely piece, thanks for the download.
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Philip18 said 202 days ago (May 4th, 2017)
Invention No. 53
Delightful.
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Bowman said 202 days ago (May 4th, 2017)
I love following
the weaving lines of this work.
Great to hear a new and fascinating work from you Paul.
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Cheers,
Charlie
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Ed Hannifin said 202 days ago (May 4th, 2017)
All of your music...
...is sophisticated, intelligently wrought, melodious and all different kinds of harmonious...

Even so, I think I like best that it's good heartedness, and this quality mirrors that of its composer...
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Narad said 202 days ago (May 5th, 2017)
Invention No. 53
Lovely stuff ! One more delightful listen ! :)
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DWL said 202 days ago (May 5th, 2017)
Always a pleasure Paul
:-)

Dick
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sammydix said 200 days ago (May 6th, 2017)
I feel
a little more classy just by looking at the Gottfried Silbermann. To me, the Vivaldi has a "shy" sound, but manages to make its statement loud and clear...or would that be the performer?
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VicDiesel said 196 days ago (May 10th, 2017)
53
This indeed sounds like useful music. If I still played in church I'd keep this one handy to play during offertory or such.
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ramonaji said 186 days ago (May 20th, 2017)
just lovely
as always
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