Pomp and Circumstance

Guess where I spent my morning practicing? Nothing like nice, loud Bach prelude to start the blood pumping!

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3 responses to “Pomp and Circumstance

  1. Wow! I’d love to hear that.

  2. OMG, that is so awesome!! My church has a big ‘ol pipe organ too and I’ve always wondered how on earth one plays something like that! What do the foot pedals on the floor do? Why are there also foot pedals like on a player piano? How do you know when to use them? Is there special music written for an organ like that, that denotes when to use the foot pedals? Why are there so many organ keys? What do the switches on the top do? I wonder what that keyboard looking thing is hanging off the right side?…..

    Ok….sorry….well, you’re a VERY cool person that you know what all those things do and how to play them!! 😀

  3. Adktricollie

    I can almost hear you practicing and it sounds great! You sure are doing Jo’han proud!

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