Erik-Peter Mortensen / Songs / Concerto in C for Harpsichord-Allegro

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I take THIS as My BD gift from You..It is a PLEASURE to hear It Over and Over..just close eyes and go to The Time of Bach.. Vivaldi when life was simple and Music was Fantastic...a Concert in The Castle somewhere in France or Germany....Music like that bring a New Life to Me ( and I'm sure many others)..to bad that it is hard to place It in some Great Publishing House..but I really think that It should be played on Some Classical Radio Stations..You Did a Fantastic Job ..Thank You for a GREAT BD Gift..
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EXCELLENT.. Bravo...this is what The Music is about..You turn the Time.. to The Era of Bach..Vivaldi ..There is No Time limit for Music like that.. Fantastic Play on 2 manual Harpsichord ( I think )..You put me in Great mood..I picture this in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Concert ( with some touch of The Organ in the background )...hey St. Patrick Cathedral is also for This...God Bless You with GREAT Talent..I listen it 2 times already..Just send to The Radio.. They have to play it...I wish You ALL the BEST...You make a HAPPY DAY for Me.. and I'm sure for many others who listen.. Thank You..
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Baroque energy.

This baroque-style piece is a stimulating listening experience, full of positive energy , excellently played on what sounds like an imposing instrument. The recording is first class, concert-hall standard...
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Erik-Peter Mortensen Concerto in C review Fel D.

I did not see the length of this masterpiece. I thought it would be a snippet, it was a pleasant listening surprise. Just to have access to talent as such is a jewel in hand. I listened to it twice and it gave the same excitement as if I was watching a silent movie. I must say Erik-Peter Mortensen the sound is full without any contributing wind or percussion instruments and that is why this is only for those who can appreciate what is being done as you attack those keys with a mission. Thanks for the music. ~Fel D.
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excellent echo,of a bygone era,

allegro and happy are the same,it adds to human values,what makes us human are this magical musical moments a window with fresh air pouring inn,and also the musical skills,are remarkable,as it is indeed a very aritculate composition
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Fabulous!

I just love this lively, energetic, vibrant piece of classical music played with such vim and vigor by Erik-Peter Mortenson. Extremely invigorating to the mind and worthy of any classical harpsichord musician that I've heard before. My instinct is that Erik-Peter will go far in his endeavors as a performer, arranger, composer! Now I want to hear more...good luck in your career and keep on playing --- love it :)
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Erik-Peter Mortensen

Hi Another great tune as always you play very well and I enjoy listening to your music in fact I feel the whole world should know about your music I will be looking forward to your next song keep up the great work again you create wonderful music from James Milligan President/CEO,New Experience Records/Rick Ross/Music Group/UMG.
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Enchanting

Lovely melody, nice variability and tempo..sounds like a dance of fingers on piano keys. Clean start and finish. Overall a good feast to ears, and a good tap number. Very worth keeping in personal musical list for enjoying with close gatherings!

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I like this song A lot. Nice storyline, chord changes, Melody and some instrumental hooks Within. I think the lead break is maybe a bit too long but more importantly the intro is certainly too long before the vocals start. As you are most likely aware of in the music industry A&R makes their decisions to pass or accept within 20 seconds I don't think the vocals start within that time frame. And they don't accept the song based on the intro unless it's something like Satisfaction or Honky Tonk Women by the Stones. For a life performance no problem. I think it's worth repeating that in the music industry music industry players never really listened to the entire song they base their past or accept within 20 seconds. I hope you find this helpful and wishing you the very best with the song

Harping Up The Wrong Chord

I instantly felt being thrown back in time to Vienna listening to the music in their great halls resonating with the harpsichord sound. Erik is very proficient at his instrument to be sure, although I somehow found myself not able to get into the flow of the mechanical feel of the instrument. Times have surely changed!
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