"Thirty-Four" by Michael Calabris | Secrets of Organ Playing Contest Week 73

in secretsoforganplaying •  2 months ago  (edited)

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As was my entry for last week's contest, my entry for this week's Secrets of Organ Playing Contest is a work of my own composition: Thirty-Four.

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I have written much about Thirty-Four on this blog, so I will refrain from doing so again other than to say it is a musical expression of my saying goodbye to people and situations I thought/hoped would be in my future but who/which slipped through my fingers in the year preceding my thirty-fifth birthday.

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I love this piece, especially the chimes. If I get to play on an organ with chimes I will definitely pull it out for a recital. Thanks, Michael!

Thank you very much, James; your comment means a lot to me! Thank you again, my friend! :v)

Thanks for your entry!

A nice musical gift.

Thank you, Vidas!