Organ Improvisation - My entry for Steemit Open Mic Week 137

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I have started this improvisation on the organ as trying out some nice sounding flute stops on different divisions. I then gradually added more stops until I reached mixture sounds. Then I reversed the order of dynamics and started to ommit those stops one by one.

So what came out I hope is a piece with a nice arch of starting softly, gradually getting louder, reaching a climax, then gradually declining in sound and ending on the beginning registration of the flutes.

Let me know what you think!

If you want to participate in this contest, here is the link:

https://steemit.com/@luzcypher/steemit-open-mic-week-137-record-your-performance-and-win-steem-sponsored-by-pfunk-and-luzcypher

https://youtu.be/om7OqImlMXQ

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I think it will sound great on the organ