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Sarah MacDonald Apr 4
So thrilled for Organ Scholar and also quite jealous that she can now contribute to 's from her own home!
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vOxChamberChoir Mar 17
Brilliant - we wish we could join in with a recording of us singing some for the but we're not singing together at the moment...😢 The winner in our poll was Jesu Meine Freude so here's a great recording this tweeter likes very much!
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Viviana Guzman Apr 20
My Kitty & I “In Quarantine” with JSBach for ‘s
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Jonathan Kingston Mar 21
For the lovely choir and congregation of Stony Stratford PC who will receive this BWV 632 tomorrow morning. Happy Birthday The 25 year old still on fine form here in Liverpool!
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Katherine Bryan Apr 2
My just-rolled-out-of-bed-no-makeup-gross-hair-attacked-by-toddler-all-day look contribution to ’s - Sarabande from the Partita. Beautiful music, even in the worst acoustic ever 😂 (upstairs living room FYI)
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Cathy Lamb Apr 19
Thought I'd try a duet with myself! (a day late!) Full version
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Viviana Guzman Apr 4
My fave for ‘s Largo from the F minor keyboard concerto. I hope I am not too late, from SF 🥰
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Andy Quin Jun 24
1/2 if you're not all 'd out after 's brilliant you might like this impromptu inspired on the lovely Kirche St. Laurenzen, St. Gallen, . apologies: 1). Hand held cam right next to Great open...
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Nick Danks Mar 21
My contribution to for Bach’s birthday 🎉 taped on Thurs before I left Cambridge 😢 WTC Book 1 B flat minor (one of my favourites despite its anguished tone) Full video on my Instagram. Spot the cameo appearance from a choir member who didn’t realise I was recording 😀
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Anneke Scott Sep 24
Day 191 of and, very sadly, we reach the last chorale. I honestly didn't think when I started these back in March that the world would still be in the precarious state it's in but here is the last of this Bach marathon 1/4
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Tom Poster Mar 30
Day 14 of : for ’s wonderful , the 1st mvt of Bach’s C minor Sonata for violin & keyboard. There’s no composer more daunting to play, but this felt cathartic. Music beyond words, beyond borders, for all time. Full vid: ’s YouTube
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Stephen Shepherd Mar 21
Day 4 of : Happy Birthday born in 1685 and Happy Birthday to the patented in 1846 in Paris
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Discovery Bach Cantata Project 🎵 Mar 28
Today should have been our March concert. We're sad to be missing it, and to be missing all of you. Here's a snippet from our last concert - Actus Tragicus with some of our fave photos from the last year. Keep on singing, and we hope to see you soon. DBCPx
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mjr_organist Apr 4
My fabulous Viscount practice organ arrived today! 🎉Guess it’s time to join the ... ( )
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Peter Siepmann Mar 20
With Mothering Sunday in mind, here is Bach's Fugue on the Magnificat, as part of 's in aid of , and dedicated to Choir, whose concert should have been next week. Hear the whole piece in this week's webcast !
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Katy Silverman Jun 21
I'm delighted to be part of this fantastic line up, and it's an added bonus that I don't actually have to perform live at 6.45am 😉 Do have a listen if you're awake at that time on a Tues morning!
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Cherubim Music Trust Apr 6
Looking for ways to fill your time? How about taking part in 's ? Lots of great videos appearing already if you need inspiration!
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Music at Birkenhead Apr 9
Replying to @ClanRobinson
And for those wondering what the final video will look like, here is the result of my first attempt at split screen video editing: singing a snippet of Bach for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. The choir video will be along similar lines!
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John Hobbs Mar 21
recorded audio only some years ago. Bach: Komm Heiliger Geist bwv651 What a piece. Brutally terminated at 2m 20
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Gareth Evans Mar 19
At the moment I find this just great and recommend it and its may different contributors. I find this clip is both inspirational & - hilarious.
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