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Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius and Dr. Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene are the organists of Vilnius University and creators of the blog “Secrets of Organ Playing” (http://www.organduo.lt). This is the vibrant community of organists around the world - 3000+ email subscribers and 5000+ fans on Facebook from 89 countries.

In this channel you will find their organ performances, solo and duet, improvisations, organ playing advice and podcasts.

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[New Release] Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #125! Today's guest is an Australian organist James Flores began his musical career with ...
[New Release] This question was sent by Aleksey and he wants to know what are some of the best and worst stop combinations that could be used on the o...
[New Release] This question was sent by Helene and she writes: "I'm not keeping up with my daily practicing; I have talents in other ways in that I...
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to my friend Steve Monrotus.
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Renata Marcinkute-Lesieur.
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Milda Dailidiene.
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Gediminas and Irena.
[New Release] I played this music for the introduction of St Lucia Day concert organized by the Swedish Embassy at Vilnius University St John's churc...
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[New Release] This question was sent by Helene. She is an ordained minister but also plays the organ. Her challenge is that she doesn't let churches w...
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Mindaugas Dulkys who is the best chemist/organist I know.
Dear Paul, this improvisation is dedicated to you: https://musicoin.org/nav/track/0xe235795cdc5eb6ba11ad79810ad7931e83d4dfbe
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Paul Thomas.
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Neil Crawford who wants to learn to play Bach's Passacaglia, BWV 582.
[New Release] Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #124! Today's guest is an American organist Tabitha Moldenhauer who is the Program Direct...
[New Release] This question was sent by Lilla and she writes: "Thank you for all your advice about organ playing - especially the pedal virtuoso co...
[New Release] This question was sent by Irineo and he writes: "How can I upload one of my pieces to the site you kindly suggest? I have it recorded...
[New Release] This question was sent by Peter and he writes: "I hate most 'modern' organ-music. On this subject, it might be interesting if you cou...
[New Release] This question was sent by Dineke who wants to know when is it time to stop practicing your organ piece and start learning something new.
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Paul Anderson who wants to master Gigout Toccata. He has been stuck on this piece for a few months bu...
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to all my friends organists from Finland. 100 years independence, Finland <3 Happy Independence day! Hyv...
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[New Release] This question was sent by Lilla and she writes: "Hi Vidas, could you explain/make a video of how to execute the B minor arpeggios of ton...
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to James Flores from New South Wales, Australia who recently completed a challenge of playing 13 recital...
[New Release] This improvisation is dedicated to Maestro Giedrius Kuprevicius, composer and visionary from Kaunas, LT without whose consistent stream ...
[New Release] Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
[New Release] Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
[New Release] Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
[New Release] Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
[New Release] Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
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by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 1 day ago
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Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #125! Today's guest is an Australian organist James Flores. He began his musical career with piano lessons at the age of 4 under the guidance of his aunt, Aurora Flores. Since then, he has been a regular participant at the Albury-Wodonga Eisteddfod and has won the age championships several times throughout his school years. He has also been Junior Champion of the Bernstein Piano Competition held at Shepparton and a finalist at the Bernstein Piano Competition held in Ringwood. James also studied the violin, with the late Margaret Moore, and participated in numerous Border Music Camps and as a member of the Murray Conservatorium Orchestra. James successfully completed the piano AMEB grades and attained the AMusA in 2009. In 2011, James became interested in sacred music and the organ. He first began lessons on the organ under the instruction of Benedict Wilson and subsequently became sub-organist for the Schola Cantorum at St Patrick’s Church, Albury. James was actively involved in the Schola’s liturgical activities, concerts and the production of three CDs. From 2014, he continued his organ studies under the guidance of Dr Allan Beavis as Organ Scholar of the St Matthew’s Music Association. In 2017, James placed second in the Ringwood Classical Organ Competition (Melbourne, VIC). James has participated in masterclasses with renowned organists such as Daniel Moult (London, UK) and Johann Vexo (Choir Organist, Notre Dame de Paris). James has successfully attained the Licentiate Diploma with Honours from the St Cecilia School of Music (SCSM) in organ and the Associate Diploma from the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) in organ and piano. He also holds a Diploma in Church Music (SCSM) and the Archbishops’ Award in Church Music (Guild of Church Musicians). James’ involvement in church music ministry spans over several parishes of the Albury, NSW, area. James enjoys the demanding but rewarding challenges in contributing to the various liturgies of the Christian church and his ongoing development as a recitalist and liturgical organist. James hopes that the organ will be a treasured instrument for many more generations to come. Apart from his musical endeavors, James completed an IT degree from the University of Wollongong and currently works as an Enterprise Systems Engineer at Fairfax Media. He is also strongly interested and skilled in many web related technologies. In fact, his website (jamesfloresorganist.com) was created by James along with the assistance of his talented wife Leysa Flores (Graphic Designer). In this conversation, James shares his insights about his recent 12 recitals in 12 months challenge. And don't forget to help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. If you like it, feel free to subscribe to our channel on Musicoin. By the way, you can upload your own recordings to YOUR channel to maximize revenue. ​ If you have some audio recordings of your organ performances, you can do the same. Feel free to use my invitation link to join Musicoin: https://musicoin.org/accept/MUSICa45e5f26ede2be5dd4411747 Thanks for caring. Relevant link: jamesfloresorganist.com
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 2 days ago
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This question was sent by Aleksey and he wants to know what are some of the best and worst stop combinations that could be used on the organ.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 2 days ago
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This question was sent by Helene and she writes: "I'm not keeping up with my daily practicing; I have talents in other ways in that I write fiction and non-fiction; I play other instruments, too. However, there is a great and profound joy in practicing and performing on the organ which is unparalleled. "
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 3 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to my friend Steven Monrotus.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 4 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Renata Marcinkute-Lesieur.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 4 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Milda Dailidiene.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 4 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Gediminas and Irena.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 5 days ago
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I played this music for the introduction of St Lucia Day concert organized by the Swedish Embassy at Vilnius University St John's church.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 5 days ago
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This question was sent by Helene. She is an ordained minister but also plays the organ. Her challenge is that she doesn't let churches where she preach know of her availability.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 6 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Mindaugas Dulkys who is the best chemist/organist I know.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 6 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Paul Thomas.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 7 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Neil Crawford who wants to learn to play Bach's Passacaglia, BWV 582.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 8 days ago
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Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #124! Today's guest is an American organist Tabitha Moldenhauer who is the Program Director of Chicago International Organ Academy. Having created, taught, and managed church and school music programs for all ages, she enthusiastically believes music education should be accessible to everyone. ​ Tabitha is also Music Director and Organist at Church of the Holy Family in Park Forest, IL. She also has a private studio of piano and organ students and is a sought after workshop organizer and speaker on the topic of training part time organists. To support and encourage music performance and participation in the greater Chicago area, she serves on the board of the Chicago Chapter of the American Guild of Organists and is the parent/board liaison of the Suburban Youth Symphony Orchestra. In this conversation Tabitha shares her insights about her educational outreach activities. I think you will enjoy discovering what she is doing to introduce organ to children in particular. And don't forget to help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. If you like it, feel free to subscribe to our channel on Musicoin. By the way, you can upload your own recordings to YOUR channel to maximize revenue. ​ If you have some audio recordings of your organ performances, you can do the same. Feel free to use my invitation link to join Musicoin: https://musicoin.org/accept/MUSICa45e5f26ede2be5dd4411747 Thanks for caring. Relevant link: Chicago International Organ Academy: http://www.cioa.global
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 9 days ago
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This question was sent by Lilla and she writes: "Thank you for all your advice about organ playing - especially the pedal virtuoso course that I am taking now. Regarding the arpeggios, is it OK to NOT to follow with both legs, when one foot is playing the highest/lowest notes on the pedal board? I keep my other foot on the note that I need to play when switching legs. For example, in case of B minor arpeggios, I keep my left foot on D while keep playing with the right foot upward and backward. (I followed your suggestion to use the F# minor pedal signs for B minor and it seems to work better)."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 9 days ago
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This question was sent by Irineo and he writes: "How can I upload one of my pieces to the site you kindly suggest? I have it recorded in my iTunes, so I guess I should first transfer it to my laptop and then upload it to the site, am I correct? Do I need some kind of software to do so? If that's the case, which one would you suggest and where can I find it, please? I also wrote lyrics for that piece. Therefore I suspect it might be classified a short Chorale. I have to translate it into English as well but, do you think I should upload its original lyrics as well as the translated version? Thank you so much in advance." The direction to downloading your tracks from iTunes are here: http://www.gearedtobefit.com/how_to_download_from_itunes.cfm
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 9 days ago
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This question was sent by Peter and he writes: "I hate most 'modern' organ-music. On this subject, it might be interesting if you could explain, in one of your blogs, what anybody 'sees' in sour-sounding, discordant 'modern' music. You know the kind I mean - where you are not sure if the player is making lots of wrong notes, or is this what it is supposed to sound like?"
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 10 days ago
Classical, Podcast
This question was sent by Dineke who wants to know when is it time to stop practicing your organ piece and start learning something new.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 10 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Paul Anderson who wants to master Gigout Toccata. He has been stuck on this piece for a few months but to his surprise was able to learn at full speed the first two pages almost naturally when he decided to work very slowly in 4 measure fragments. Way to go, Paul!
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 11 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to all my friends organists from Finland. 100 years independence, Finland <3 Happy Independence day! Hyvää Itsenäisyyspäivää kaikille!
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 12 days ago
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This question was sent by Lilla and she writes: "Hi Vidas, could you explain/make a video of how to execute the B minor arpeggios of tonic chord over two octaves? In particular, the low f# is marked to play with the right heel. And also, I need to support myself with my hands keeping on the bench (not on my lap). I am not sure how to change this to keep my balance without hand support. Thank you for your help!"
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 13 days ago
Classical
This improvisation is dedicated to James Flores from New South Wales, Australia who recently completed a challenge of playing 13 recitals in 12 months.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 14 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to Maestro Giedrius Kuprevicius, composer and visionary from Kaunas, LT without whose consistent stream of creativity and insights Lithuania would be just another banana republic...
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 15 days ago
Classical
Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 15 days ago
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Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 15 days ago
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Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 15 days ago
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Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 15 days ago
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Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 15 days ago
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The feeling of this improvisation reminds me of a sunshine after the rain.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 16 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #123! Today's guest is an Italian concert organist Luca Massaglia. Luca received Organ and Organ Composition degree with top marks at Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Turin. He attended many international masterclasses held by Ludger Lohmann (from 2004 to 2009), Louis Robilliard (from 2005 to 2009), Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini (2008) and Bernard Winsemius, with this last one at the prestigious Internationale Zomeracademie voor Organisten(International Summer Academy for Organists) of Haarlem (The Netherlands). He was given private lessons by Prof. Louis Robilliard (at the Cavaillé-Coll organ of Saint-François-de-Sales church of Lyon) and by Prof. Arturo Sacchetti. Luca has been the organist at Madonna degli Angeli Sanctuary of Torino since 2001. He was Artistic Director of Note per la Sindone (Notes for the Holy Shroud) Organ Festival (promoted by Unione Musicale of Turin and financed by Regione Piemonte - Culture Committee) held at Turin in May 2010 on the occasion of the celebrations for the Solemn Ostension of the Holy Shroud. Luca is counselor member of ASPOR Piemonte (Association for the Safeguard of the Organistic Patrimony of Piedmont Region). He is Piano teacher at the San Giuseppe College of Turin, directed by the De La Salle Brothers. Luca was invited to give a masterclass, which took place in April 2016 (subject of the course: the Six Organ Sonatas, op. 65, by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy), at the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music in Moscow. His transcription for organ of the tone poem for orchestra "In the Steppes of Central Asia" by Alexander Borodin has been published by Evensong Music of Coon Rapids (Minnesota, U.S.A.). Luca's organ work "The Parables of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke" (Op. 4) has been published by Strube Verlag of Munich (Germany). In October 2013 he took part in the 3rd International Scientific Conference "Theoretical and methodological foundations of art education in the context of European integration" at the Anton Semenovyč Makarenko National University of Pedagogy of Sumy (Ukraine), presenting the article "The genesis of the French organ school", which has then been published on the journal of the Department of Arts of the aforesaid University. He is the dedicatee of pieces by Carson Cooman (U.S.A.), Boryslav Stronko (Ukraine), Milko Bizjak (Slovenia), Aare-Paul Lattik (Estonia), Carlotta Ferrari (Italy), Marco Lo Muscio (Italy), Grimoaldo Macchia (Italy). Luca performed concerts as soloist in Italy and abroad: Austria, Belarus, Croatia, England, Estonia, Åland Islands (Finland), France, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, U.S.A. and Wales. In this conversation, Luca shares his insights about his interest in Jazz, the modes of Messiaen, harmony, music of Jehan Alain. He also recounts his experiences from his concert tours in Russia where big audiences are attending organ concerts whereas in Western Europe not so many anymore are interested in this art. We also talk about the opera influences on Italian organ music, Renaissance music, acoustics, expanding your repertoire and giving musical presents. You can find out more about Luca's activities at www.lucamassaglia.com. ​Enjoy and share your comments below. ​And don't forget to help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. If you like it, feel free to subscribe to our channel on Musicoin. By the way, you can upload your own recordings to YOUR channel to maximize revenue. ​ If you have some audio recordings of your organ performances, you can do the same. Feel free to use my invitation link to join Musicoin: https://musicoin.org/accept/MUSICa45e5f26ede2be5dd4411747 Thanks for caring. ​Listen to the conversation Relevant link: http://www.lucamassaglia.com
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 16 days ago
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I improvised this Postlude at St Joseph's church in Vilnius
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 16 days ago
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I improvised this Communion at St Joseph's church in Vilnius
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 16 days ago
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I improvised this Offertoryat St Joseph's church in Vilnius.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 16 days ago
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I improvised this Prelude at St Joseph's church in Vilnius
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 16 days ago
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This improvisation is dedicated to my colleague Viktoras Bakys who can move mountains with his ideas, if he wanted. Last night I had a dream that he had composed a piece. I wondered what it meant until I realized it was a wake-up call to me too to pick up composition.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 18 days ago
Classical
In this improvisation I wanted to depict a vast ocean on a foggy day when waves are not too huge.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 19 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Today's question was sent Robert and he writes: "My dream is to be able to play any hymn from our hymnal in church meetings when needed even with very short notice."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 19 days ago
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Today's question was sent by Robert and he writes he's not taking enough time every day to practice.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 20 days ago
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I improvised this piece this morning with some nice flute combinations and Viola Gamba stop. The opening motive comes back after more aggressive episode on the 8', 4', and 2' flutes. I like rich Viola color which echos down in the church. Enjoy!
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 21 days ago
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Today's question was sent by Robert and he writes: "I never had a teacher or lessons (I have been doing this on my own)."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 21 days ago
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Today's question was sent by Neil and he writes: "My dream as an organ player is to be able play to the best of my abilities playing pieces from Bach to modern composers but also learning to improvise."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 21 days ago
Classical
This piece is dedicated to Paul Anderson who enjoys practicing J.S. Bach's "O Mensch bewein" BWV 622.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 21 days ago
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This piece is dedicated to Irineo who wants to start creating on Musicoin. I improvised this piece with soft strings stops, and high-pitched flute combinations in the octatonic mode. Enjoy!
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 22 days ago
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Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #122! Today's guest is a Swedish composer and organist Thomas Åberg (b. 1952) from Stockholm. Most of his works are written for the organ and are characterized by their rhythmic joy, simplicity, and humor. He has stated that "music must bring enjoyment, without abandoning reverence," and as such his style often uses the most basic of musical materials to create a discourse that is both spiritual and visceral. His music has been performed by organists at festivals throughout Europe, Asia, and the USA. He also tours regularly worldwide as concert organist with his own works. Thomas is a member of Society of Swedish Composers since 1986. In this conversation, Thomas shares his insights about his musical style and creative process and gives tips for organists who would love to begin composing don't know where to start. ​Enjoy and share your comments below. ​And don't forget to help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. If you like it, feel free to subscribe to our channel on Musicoin. Thanks for caring. By the way, you can upload your own recordings to YOUR channel to maximize revenue. If you have some audio recordings of your organ performances, you can do the same. Feel free to use my invitation link to join Musicoin: https://musicoin.org/accept/MUSICa45e5f26ede2be5dd4411747 Relevant link: http://www.abergmusic.com
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
Classical, Podcast
This question was sent by Neil and he writes: "I find it hard to think of chord progressions and keep on sticking to a few major and minor keys".
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
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This question was sent by Neil and he writes: "I don’t have a home organ so practicing is on my Roland piano but I have access to an organ at my parish church."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
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Welcome to episode 14 of Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast! Frank Mento is an American born organist and harpsichordist currently living and working in France. He is Professor Emeritus of Harpsichord at the Conservatory of the 18th precinct in Paris and Organist Emeritus at Saint-Jean de Montmartre Church, also in Paris. He has recently published an 8th volume of his Complete Harpsichord Method out of projected 10 volumes. This treatise is especially suitable for organists because harpsichord and organ in early music are very closely related - they are like cousins. ​ "Early keyboard fingerings were interchangeable both on the harpsichord and organ. And if you look at the 19th century organ, the idea of the touch was it to be more like the piano - you had the barker lever to make it easier to play to imitate the piano touch of the 19th century. Everything is parallel - fingerings follow the period. The later fingerings permitted a more legato playing whereas the early fingering produced a natural articulation grouped by pairs." Enjoy and share your comments below. If you like these conversations with the experts from the organ world, please help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. Relevant link: Complete Harpsichord Method by Frank Mento - ​http://methode-clavecin.fr
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
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Welcome to episode 15 of Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast! Dr. Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra is an American organist, educator, composer, and a world-renown expert on improvising in the Bach style who is very interested in the world of creativity. In today's conversation she will share with us her ideas from her latest project - 4 volume a cappella songs for children called "The Muse". ​ "We try to speak to the heart and soul of what is most important: character, integrity, open-heartedness, being present, and full of wonder. True creativity comes from both - hard work but also from just space - to be open and to wonder and to pay attention and to muse." ​ Enjoy and share your comments below. ​ If you like these conversations with the experts from the organ world, please help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. Relevant links: The website of Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra: www.pamelaruiterfeenstra.com Muse at School: www.createspace.com/5469233 Muse in Peace: www.createspace.com/5391882 Muse for the Soul: www.createspace.com/5468876 Muse at Work: www.createspace.com/5668831 Bach and the Art of Improvisation: www.createspace.com/3648700 Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra on Improvisation in the Bach Style
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Welcome to episode 13 of Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast! Today I'm sharing my October 13 organ demonstration for a group of lawyers from Germany who participated at the conference at Vilnius University. They were very curious audience and quite knowledgeable about music so their questions to me were pretty thoughtful and we had a special connection. "Lead actually is quite dangerous for your health if you chew or touch too much so organ builders handle the pipes very carefully with special gloves and don't put them into their mouth carelessly. But because they have to really blow and check the pipes the officials of the European Union in 2006 tried to forbid all lead materials in electronics and manufacturing and one of the victims of this initiative would have been pipe organs because lead (together with tin) as a material is everywhere for pipework. But I believe that influential organ builders succeeded in convincing the EU officials that lead is not too dangerous if pipes are just standing in the building and handled properly during the construction process. So they allowed organ pipes to be build from this alloy as well."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
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Welcome to episode 12 of Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast! Colin Andrews is an internationally acclaimed concert organist originally from England and currently living in the US. He's mostly known for his extensive concert tours - about 40 a year and he recently recorded 7 CD series of complete organ works of Olivier Messiaen. In this conversation he shares his advice and insights about practicing and preparing for recitals physically and mentally, especially because he will be travelling on a large concert tour to Russia and Italy shortly. ​"We have this person who wants to sabotage everything and they call it Self One. But then there's the person inside that knows what to do, the Subconscious, the Inner Computer. And that's Self Two. So if you allow Self Two to take over, then you can get in touch with your absolutely maximum potential and all your musicianship and communication is completely without interruption."
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 23 days ago
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Welcome to episode 11 of Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast! Sophie-Veronique Cauchefer-Choplin is an Assistant Titular organist of the great organ of Saint Sulpice in Paris, organist emeritus of the great organ of Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, and Professor at the Royal College of Music in London. ​"I decided to study improvisation with Rolande Falcinelli. And I remember the first moment when she said to me, 'if you want to be my student, I want to listen to you. I give you this theme - you have 6 minutes.' The form was very free. It was just what I can make with just one theme. I remember 6 minutes passing in my clock and I tried to make the maximum and after I finished, I turned my head, I saw the face of Rolande with a little smile and she said, 'OK, you can prepare for concourse to become my student. Now I can say to you what was good, what was not good.' She remembered exactly all. She said - 'at this moment it was too long, at this moment - it was too short...' And so I became her student. It was a very good moment in my life".
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 24 days ago
Classical
This improvisation is dedicated to my friend Glenn who lives in Arizona desert and loves to improvise on vintage accordions. I used 4 string stops for this piece: Salicional from the Great, Gemshorn from the Swell, Viola Gamba from the Positiv and Violonbass from the Pedals. Enjoy!
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
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Dr. Michael Bauer is Professor of Organ and Church Music at the University of Kansas. "Arts ministry is an attempt to help human beings incorporate beauty into their individual and corporate lives in an appropriate fashion. It fosters the creative and artistic dimension of the life of God's people who are empowered by the Holy Spirit to manifest the full meaning of their creation in the image of God - the Imago Dei." http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #9! Matthias Schneider is the Professor of Church Music and Organ at the Greifswald University and the president of the GdO (Gesellschaft der Orgelfreunde -Society of Organ Friends). "And then he wrote his own tries, but not to play these pieces one to one within the service but to learn how to manage, how to improvise, how to get the right counterpoint to cantus firmus. In my opinion, this is not music to be played, as we do today but music as a starting for its own improvisations." http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
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In my opinion, one of the best organ improvisers alive, Sietze de Vries from the Netherlands shares his inspiring insights about improvisation on the organ. Enjoy and share your comments below. If you like these conversations with the experts from the organ world, please help spread the word about the SOP Podcast by sharing it with your organist friends. http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Welcome back to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast! Today my guest is Janis Kalnins, a Latvian organ builder and restorer and we talk about his experience with his craft and about Latvian organ culture. "We have about 350 organs and almost all of them are historical because they were built before 1940 except of some of the instruments which were transported after 1991 from Sweden or England. So soon there will come a time when most of the Latvian organs will be 100 years old. The most valuable part of our organ culture is 19th century instruments - we have some world renown treasures such as organs in Riga and Liepaja Cathedrals and other beautiful instruments and of course the organ from 1701 in Ugale - one of the oldest organ in the Baltic states." Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius' conversation with Hans-Ola Ericsson, a world-renown Swedish organist, pedagogue, and composer, currently the head of organ and church music department at McGill University in Canada. He shares his expertise and insights on modern organ music, the music of Bach, earlier music, his compositions, and of course his interest in the nature of sound, because he is also the creator of Studio Acusticum project in Piteå, Sweden. Secrets of Organ Playing - When You Practice, Miracles Happen: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical
Vidas and Ausra play an organ duet intabulation of the polychoral motet "Laudate Dominum" by Hans Leo Hassler.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical
Vidas and Ausra plays the duet version of the famous Largo by Handel from Xerxes.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical
For the loss of a beloved wife and mother, this improvisation is dedicated to Kuba, Sara and Daniel to whom music is one of their escapes and therapies.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical
This improvisation is dedicated to Dineke who refuses to give up. I improvised it on 4' flutes of different manuals. For the echo effect to work a nice reverberation is needed.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical
This improvisation was played on the 8' flute stops of 3 coupled manuals. I wanted to portray the feeling of running water in a creek. Enjoy! Dedicated to Peter Jones who build his own organ at home and can practice even in the deep midwinter.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 25 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing - When You Practice, Miracles Happen: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical
This improvisation reminds me of the vast plains in Africa, full of wild life. One word describes it all - freedom.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical
String stops in this improvisation give me the feeling of flying in the altitude of 50 km at night. It's all about silence, calmness and tranquility. What do you hear when you listen to this?
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical
I improvised this piece on the 4' flute trying to imagine how birds would start to sing at 4:30 AM around our house. Can you smell the dew and early spring?
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical
Here Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on Principal 8', Salicional 8' and Flauto Major 8' stops of the 1st manual on the largest pipe organ in Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing - When You Practice, Miracles Happen: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical
This improvisation is based on my favorite childhood's Lithuanian fairytale where the wolf threatens the tailor but the tailor cheats the wolf and cuts his tail off. Fun but cruel stuff.
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Neil writes: "My challenge is with confidence - I do suffer with nerves and when I have a service to play I try to make sure all hymns and service music feel OK." Get more organ playing advice and inspiration when you subscribe to Secrets of Organ Playing at http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Neil writes: "My challenge is with concentration - practicing a voluntary is one thing but when playing the piece at the end of the service I feel under pressure and can make mistakes even though the run through before the service went OK." Get more organ playing advice and inspiration when you subscribe at http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Let’s start Episode 114 of #AskVidasAndAusra podcast. And today’s question was sent by Kae. And she writes: Hi again! For #AskVidasAndAusra: How do you deal with the organ loft getting cold in winter? It doesn't even get that cold here in Seattle (compared to Vilnius!), but now that winter is on the way, I'm thinking of keeping blankets here! Do you ever find that it's too cold to practice for very long? Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 26 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Let’s start Episode 113 of #AskVidasAndAusra podcast. And today’s question was sent by Martin. He writes: I really enjoy your podcasts and postings. I have a question for you. Presently I have a new student (8th grade) who indicated an interest in playing the organ. He has a piano background, and when I asked him to show me some of the materials he is currently studying with another teacher on the piano, it appeared to be significantly less advanced than some of the pieces he played for me by memory. I gave him one selection to prepare for me with minimal pedal and asked him to prepare only the parts he would play on the manual. When I listened to it this week, there were practically no difference in eighth notes and quarter notes. He told me that he that he felt he was a very poor sight-reader and learned by ear and by writing in the note names. I'm wondering if he has actually learned to make a connection between what is written on the page and what he plays. I feel badly because he actually plays quite musically from memory, but it has to take him an inordinate amount of time. I asked his parents, and they feel his reading level in other material is good. I assigned a c major scale and arpeggio in separate hands for next week and told him that we would start with some basic sight reading in that key for next week (treble clef only). This would include clapping of basic rhythms and then transferring to the keyboard. Does this sound like a reasonable approach to lay the foundation for actual music reading? If you don't answer this, it is fine. I know you are both quite busy. Martin Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 27 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 27 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 27 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Secrets of Organ Playing
Released 27 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 27 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene answer the question by Hubertus. He writes: Dear Vidas, thanks for the Boellmann Carillion fingering and pedaling score. One question please. What means the –o and the o in the pedal part, is it the heel position? I’ve never seen this. Awaiting your comments, I thank you. Please tell me how to use the both feet in the first two measures. Thanks. Hubertus. PS Just ordered the Memorization instructions, for hopefully better approach. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 27 days ago
Classical
This improvisation was inspired by the Communion from L'Orgue Mystique No. 2 by Charles Tournemire. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 27 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises in the Pentatonic mode of F, Db, A, C and E. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius' conversation with the Dutch composer Jan Karman about his project to write organ fugues based on the melodies of the Genevan Psalter. Also in this show Jan reveals his compositional process of writing fugues and gives inspiration and advice to students who would also like to compose fugues. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius' conversation with two experts of Bach organ music - Dr. Mary Murrell Faulkner and Dr. Quentin Faulkner. They have just returned from their 4th trip to Central Germany where they led Bach's Organ World tour. Today they share their insights and wisdom about the instruments that Bach played or visited, about performance of his music, and what it feels to sit on the same bench that our master composer sat on some 300 years ago. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius' conversation with George Ritchie, an internationally acclaimed organist and Bach expert about his interest in organ music, Bach, creativity, Avantgarde organ music, and his all-Bach recordings as well as the Art of Fugue project. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius' conversation with the organist, improviser, pedagogue, and composer Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra about Vol. 1 of her book "Bach and the Art of Improvisation". In this episode Pamela shares her insights about improvising in the Bach style various chorale-based works. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical, Podcast
Vidas Pinkevicius interviews an organ builder Gene Bedient who shares his insights about the art of organ building. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt Gene Bedient started the Bedient Pipe Organ company over 40 years ago. He based the company on a combined love of all things technical and music. Over the course of this journey, Bedient made more than 80 organs throughout the US that are a legacy of craftsmanship, artwork, technical engineering, and audible beauty. You can find more podcasts, insights, advice, and training about the art of organ playing at www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 28 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 29 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the historical organ in Monteprandone, Italy. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the historical organ in Monteprandone, Italy. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the historical organ in Grottammare, Italy. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the historical organ in Grottammare, Italy. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the historical organ in Grottammare, Italy. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 30 days ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the historical organ in Grottammare, Italy. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical, organ music, organ improvisation
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical, organ improvisation, organ music
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical, organ music, organ improvisation
Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius improvises on the largest pipe organ of Lithuania at Vilnius University St John's church. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Released 1 month ago
Classical
Organ Improvisation in G by Dr. Vidas Pinkevicius. Secrets of Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
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