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    Default The Pipe Organ

    This thread is meant as a symbol of appreciation for this most divine instrument that is the pipe organ.

    Discuss, glorify, bash, share, do anything you'd like.

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    Nice thread!

    Ok, I shall nominate J.S. Bach's wonderful, soaring Fantasia in G major, BWV 572. If the sound wasn't messed up on my computer at present, I could look for a suitable link, but alas...

    And I won't make the obvious Bach choice, I just can't do it, even if it is possibly the best known piece of organ music ever composed... *struggles with temptation*

    Toccata and Fugue in D minor
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    I'm not much of a classical music devotee, but I do love some pipe organ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    I'm not much of a classical music devotee, but I do love some pipe organ.

    [youtube=hhONnwek2MM]Boston - Foreplay/Long Time[/youtube]
    Oh, man, I love that song.

    ragashree, do you mean Toccata and Fugue, etc.? I love that. It's so ominous.
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    I love organ music. I need to find some more. I love Bach too, he cannot be beaten.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    ragashree, do you mean Toccata and Fugue, etc.? I love that. It's so ominous.
    Yup, I think it was the origninal Gothic piece, unless I'm very much mistaken! I whited it out because I wanted to see how long it would take someone else to come up with that one Looks like you and Biaxident did the honours!

    This recording seems to capture the spirit of the piece rather well. Pity I can't revisit this one or check out anyone else's suggestions due to my lack of sound *kicks computer*. Grr...

    YouTube - J.S.Bach-Toccata e Fuga BWV 565-Karl Richter
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    Oh, quite possibly my favorite instrument. It can do bass that can shake a building or mimic a flute in feathery lightness.

    I like Trinity's Phantom of the Opera suggestion, but this one is my favorite song from the play:

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TisMerFIsTA"]Phantom of the Opera Overture[/YOUTUBE]

    Also, those those classical music fans, we can't forget Saint-Sans and his Symphony No.3 "Organ". It's a long piece but this clip cuts right to the organ part:

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0d0itDEs9uo&feature=related"]Classical Organ[/YOUTUBE]

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