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Default Josef Reinberger Cantilena - 08-09-2015, 09:08 AM

Hi friends

I can not resist to post a churchorgan piece again,
Its from Josef Reinberger "Cantilena", and why this piece?,well its in my mind for years my father play it on his organ every Sunday many many years ago,
So there for this piece of music

Romeo

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Default Re: Josef Reinberger Cantilena - 08-09-2015, 02:28 PM

Hi Romeo, You are definitely the master of Church music, brilliant... Pam


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Default Re: Josef Reinberger Cantilena - 09-09-2015, 08:34 AM

Hi Pam

Thank you very much for you nice words Pam i'm blushing

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Default Re: Josef Reinberger Cantilena - 10-09-2015, 01:51 PM

Must admit that i never heard of Josef Reinberger or even of Josef Reinberger's "Cantilena". It certainly is a powerful organ composition.

Your rendition was equally powerful.

What keyboard and voicing did you use ?.

Perhaps you could share those details with us.

Romeo, this is not meant as a criticism however for my old old ears the upper flute sounds were somewhat shrill although it may be these old old ( 78+ ) ears.

Perhaps you could also share some more Josef Reinberger organ compositions.



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Default Re: Josef Reinberger Cantilena - 11-09-2015, 07:35 AM

Hello Midiw

Thank you for you comments and listening
The keyboard what a use is a Tyros 1
with the Plugin in FLstudio is Garritan classic pipeorgans
on Channel 1 i use Cornet(not a flute ;-) )
Channel 2 Brushwerk ALLstops
And Channel 3 Barogue reed pedal

And maybe in the futher i post something else from Josef Reinberger's repertoire
there's a lot of other composers i love who playing the Churchorgan

Have a nice day Midiw

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Default Re: Josef Reinberger Cantilena - 18-09-2015, 12:39 AM

I appreciate the details you provided.

I also love the fact that you use plug-ins for your sound source.

There are some incredible plug-ins available which provide a greater sound and depth then the keyboards original/built in sounds. In addition those plug-ins expand the use of the keyboard.

Well done my friend.



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