Improvisation

Today, I had hoped to present one last Alleluia before Lent starts on Wednesday, but I was unable to get a decent recording that I felt was worthy of posting.  This Communion improvisation, on the other hand, is quite nice.  It’s static opening motive, I think, lends itself well to the meditative qualities of the communion procession.  I am still fascinated trying to use one stop or one color for as long as I think is aesthetically pleasing, which I feel works well here.  Not in a contrapuntal way either, simply that the aesthetic and color lends itself to slow change before truly introducing the chant.

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