Marathon effort, Bo! Love his Toccata in D.JS Bach Complete organ music, Hans Fagius on organ. Have listened for a couple of hours, only 3 times as much to go!
Still a lot of great music to listen to before I finish! (I have to admit that I am using it as background music while I am doing other things like reading this forum!)Marathon effort, Bo! Love his Toccata in D.
Have you got his flute sonatas? Wonderful, light and airy - not something I immediately associate with Bach ...
Since I live in an apartment, I can't really play at realistic levels most of the time, my neighbours would probably complain!
I fully understand. Part of being an adult is consideration for others ... old fashioned view, I know.Since I live in an apartment, I can't really play at realistic levels most of the time, my neighbours would probably complain!
But of course when I play the Toccata and fugue in D minor on my Audio Pro Black Diamond speakers at realistic volumes, it has to be done at daytime so people don't complain.
I bet that yours are louder though!
I'm getting all the sonata stuff of youse and @BosseBe!I fully understand. Part of being an adult is consideration for others ... old fashioned view, I know.
My stereo will output 50W RMS per channel, both channels driven, in the bandwidth 18-23,000 c/s, with almost zero measurable distortion. Amplifier and speakers are nearly 50 y.o.! The speakers have flat response from 18-23,000 c/s +/-0.5 dB. Weigh about 130 pounds each.
Makes a nice noise, but my hearing's pretty shot these days.
Flute music I can highly recommend is aforementioned Bach, Telemann "Twelve fantasias for flute solo" (and his other flute music, all Jean-Pierre Rampal), "Songs of the seashore" James Galway, flute. Vivaldi, of course ...
Some of my very favourites. You may already have them, of course.