Four Miniatures (for Organ) - Composed by Michael Calabris/Performed by James Flores

in classical-music •  2 months ago 

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Yesterday James Flores (@contrabourdon) finished recording the last of the four miniatures, and this morning I posted onto SoundCloud his recording of the complete composition.

The pieces of which this compositions consists are:

i. "...On second thought, let's..."
ii. Bourdon
iii. "And God spoke to Moses from the Burning Bush"
iv. Once Upon a Time

James's performance of these four pieces are particularly outstanding. I was thrilled with each recording!

I am in the process of uploading the score of Four Miniatures to SMP Press, so it should be available for purchase sometime early this coming week.

I hope you enjoy this recording!

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