Erik-Peter Mortensen / Bach to the Future / Fugue in G#-My Country Tis of Thee-Harpsichord Mix

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Loving your sound and wishing you everything of the best your music keeping me grooving and moving thank for your entertainment much appreciated we love listing to you. Keep us posted on all your new stock we always hungry for new music.
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Hello

Music to My Ear..Erik..Great Improvisation on Harpsichord .. If I be You I will send It to The Queen.. REALLY.. She will Love It Big Time..after all She was raise up on music like that and nobody Playing solo on Harpsichord any more well if I be You I will make 3-4 Tracks like that ( just make sure it known in England History..) I do not know what You will do with It.. but You know ..You make me happy today ( and I'm sure many more ) and this is Most Important.. To Make People Happy... Good Job..
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Fugue, yeah!

This is truly splendid, an intelligent assemblage of counterpoint variations on the simple, well-known melody. Not too fancy, but elaborate enough to stay interesting throughout. It doesn't seem to repeat and maintains an unpredictability from start to finish. A listener can lose track of the melody only to reconnect with it at the next turn. J.S. Bach extends his congratulations.
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Beautiful Work of Art!

I enjoyed thoroughly your piece! As someone who plays Bach, I very much appreciate your accomplishment of cementing this Art form of music as music for all in our present day. And I thank you for that! For me, the derivations from the main themes were accomplished really really well! If I were to have any suggestion, at all, (which I always try NOT to do, because I believe in the composer and the composers right to take us where ever they want to take us), but if I did have a suggestion, it would be to include more 16th note activity to build up the tensions and releases where ever you felt to emphasize it. But, that's just opinion, not a critique. Again, I very much enjoyed your piece, truly and sincerely!
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Fuguen hey!

I love Bach's fugues and found this nice doing it around this song. He is clearly very proficient on the harpsichord and I bet classic alt right fans would love this...or is that an oxymoron..?
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Fugue in G# Review

I have a personal bias against the song so it took me a minute to review this. That being said, your composition skill rises again. To get me to listen to the song DEFINITELY means you did a great job. Period piece movie producers would be well served to listen to this piece and consult with you on other pieces for their production. I wouldn't change anything on this. No other instrumentation is necessary. Another well done production.
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Enchanting

A lovely piece with crisp piano notes, a smooth flow of melody. It sounds rich even without any percussion or any other backing instruments. Soft one- handed start and finish, blending so smoothly with the clef, moving the fingers of the musician like a soft velvet on the keys. A good composition to hear in the quite moments, to enjoy pure music seeping to the heart!
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Wow love it

Love this song very much, I have listened to it over two time . it take me back to when I use to visit my grandma in clairmont down in Durban in KwaZulu Natal in south Africa. Man oh man thank you

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This is SOMETHING.. Fantastic approach ...My Friend You bring back a Nice Touch from The Past... I really think You should send It to someone in UK to be played in There what about to send It to Buckingham Palace as a Gift for a Queen..who know what will happen ..all I know that She will like It..if They let Her to hear It..( just an Idea )..You did a Great Job to Play and Recording It..I wish You good luck with submissions.. Great Job.. You make My Day today..

Always a high quality work from you

"Fuga" well constructed and developed from the technical point of view and interesting modulations as well. Personally, by listening, I feel the need for a change in character that actually does not happen. The solemn character of the hymn always remains the same as itself. A change of atmosphere would have been desirable, a contrast that would have enriched the piece. The motif of the hymn could, in fact, be submerged in a denser counterpoint so to apply more transformations. But this only reflects my personal taste. Evidently, this was not the intention of the composer, a very capable professional one.
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I see that You mix together of USA and UK ...Very nice improvisation..I'm sure it was never done before.. like always You did a GREAT Job it will be good on the album but I'm not sure if will be played on the Concerts or The Radio...but will be good to open a Concert if You will play in UK or USA ( but I think You need to separate them ). I will listen more of Your Work later today and like always I'm looking forward to attend Your Concert in CA.. Just let me know.. I wish You good luck.. GOOD Job...
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