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#beginquote# Thank you. :) I have not yet started, but I do wish to play it. I got obsessed when I heard an organ recital of Tchaikovsky’s waltz of the flowers on a recording of music from Gloucester cathedral (home of a divinely good organ). Somehow I cannot imagine myself as an ecclesiastical music great, yet as long as I can actually get to use one I will be happy. I have only recently embarked upon music. I can now read music and make the fundamental connection between what and when something is sounded and what is written, yet have only sat at an organ once. Another difficulty arises when one regards the complexity in locating a church organ in some parts of the world, and having done so persuading whomever controls the church to allow you practice time. As for having my own at home, I have seen many an organ larger than my house. I endeavour onwards though. Well done with the Piano and Oboe also (I presume from the given name that the latter of you plays the Oboe). #endquote#
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