Erik-Peter Mortensen / Bach to the Future / Christmas Fugue in F#-Hark The Herald Angels Sing-Organ Mix

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Nice! Pretty cool I think it is great. More support from Rated R Ent over here. Talents! Much love and support! Practice makes perfect sense. Awesome! A lot of people on here support each other and It is great to hear from other sources and musicians.
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Sublime

we are in front of a musician in capital letters great the melody the tessitura the composition and the recommended song version to 100 × 100 sybarites of good music listen to this song you deserve it personally I love any technique of keyboard or synthesizer and I lean with a bow before this song and this organ
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Clever arrangement!

New York City’s Erik-Peter Mortensen has created a clever arrangement of an old Christmas favorite utilizing a classic fugue structure. This writer likes this type of holiday music!
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A Real Garden of Joy

Listening to Mortensen you notice the solid classical fundations of his work, full of creativity in reporting to ancient times. The battles, the plagues, the aesthetic and mainly the atmosphere of Moyen Age et Renaissance. I believe he is in a huge process of evolution and soon we will hear from him, as a prominent soundtrack composer in different genres. His recognition is a product of a hard work and due to his deep talent. Keep on moving, you deserves the best!
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Nostalgic christian-music

A music, that carries you off directly into a cathedral. If you like christian-music, Erik-Peter Mortensen will be your favorite musician on Number-One-Music. There is no question about his skills. Erik-Peter Mortensen is meeting an high professional level.
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Calm,Melodic and Classical

Great music with a soothing tone One love and melodic sound also nice background music. Very calming, Can imagine it being used to film tracks If the song has an intro, what do you think of it? Some intros are atmospheric and capture your imagination from the start or they establish a good beat that sets up the song. They do what an intro is supposed to do: lead into the song naturally. Some intros you hear don't do that but instead lead awkwardly into the main part of the song. If there's nothing special about the intro, then there's no need to comment on it.If the song has an intro, what do you think of it? Some intros are atmospheric and capture your imagination from the start or they establish a good beat that sets up the song. They do what an intro is supposed to do: lead into the song naturally. Some intros you hear don't do that but instead lead awkwardly into the main part of the song. If there's nothing special about the intro, then there's no need to comment on it.If the song has an intro, what do you think of it? Some intros are atmospheric and capture your imagination from the start or they establish a good beat that sets up the song. They do what an intro is supposed to do: lead into the song naturally. Some intros you hear don't do that but instead lead awkwardly into the main part of the song. If there's nothing special about the intro, then there's no need to comment on it.
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