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This is a remarkable coincidence. I too bought this LP many years ago in Melbourne, Australia. In 1965 I was a mere sixteen years of age, and this recording had an extraordinary impact at that tender age in introducing me to 'serious' organ music and encouraging me to study the instrument for myself. Of course, over the years I have acquired many versions of these Bach masterworks (indeed, I play them myself regularly), but I have never yet heard one so crisp and exciting in its execution, so perfectly exploitative of this magnificent organ's baroque tonal palette, and so tastefully measured in its tempi. Alas, that old vinyl version wore out many years ago, of course, and it is a great shame that it has not been released on CD; but, like many others I still play vinyl, and here is an opportunity to own this splendid recording again.This J.S. BACH = The Majesty of the Luneburg Organ is a sublime recording by a great musician on one of the great artifacts of the organ builder's art: the Luneburg organ.Dr J.A.C. MacLeod
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