Nun danket alle Gott

Here is my entry for week 5 of Secrets of Organ Playing Competition. So sorry - I got the wrong word for this week. It was supposed to be snow! But, here is my entry:

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It's so cute that you got the word wrong :) Why there are some words anyway? I haven't heard of this competition yet so that's why I'm asking.

You performed this composition perfectly! I assume that you're organist in a church as you're sitting in a church in your video :) It's funny as we were singing this song yesterday during the mass :)

Thank you for sharing!

I like this wonderful piece because it has a nice flow and sweet harmonies. You chose a powerful Tuba stop (or something similar) which works well with the Principal registration in the secondary manual. How long did it take you to master it?

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This has been in my repertoire for a very long time. I had already posted my prelude for a different contest, and I wasn't happy with my postlude today, so I decided to play this one. I played through it about twice before I recorded it. Thanks for your nice comments.

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