Erik-Peter Mortensen / Bach to the Future / Christmas Fugue in g#m-Masters in this Hall-Guitar Quartet Mix

Christmas Fugue

Happy tones and notes! This sounds like you are playing an old fashioned organ, like the original Water Organ of the Greek Churches. I am not sure if it sounds like Christmas to me, it may to others. It was a bit fast paced for my liking but I certainly found it to be stimulating and upbeat and resonating with my spirit to lift me up. For the best sound I believe it should be recorded in a church setting and possibly on a larger organ. It is impressive in it's composition and intricacy of notes and cadences. I think you have gone very far with your music. I hope and pray you will bless all who hear it.
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Christmas Fugue

Christmas fugue. So nice and sweet melody, I love your music, it has a special feel. Just dancing and moving around. It allows me to have peace of mind. Thank you for making such great nusic. X
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is a baroque piece, the alternation of the harpsichord and the guitar in opposition to each other create a mixture of sounds and colors that put the listener in a state of perennial attention to the infinite sequence of notes that seem not to end. it's not my favorite musical genre I have to confidartelo but I can not not compliment you given the intrinsic difficulty of the piece and your perfect execution.
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Good holiday music!

New York’s Erik-Peter Mortensen has created another very fine holiday fugue for guitars and harpsichord. The composer is introducing a fresh type of holiday music for an audience tired of the same old thing!
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