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Published on Dec 1, 2010
The charming Humoresque L'Organo Primitivo, or Toccatina for Flute by Pietro Yon is simple and clear. To be honest, it can be pretty boring when played on a mediocre organ- I know this from personal experience. But when played like this, on a stunning T.C. Lewis Cathedral organ, rebuilt in 1990 by Harrison and Harrison, it can be heard in a whole new way. I fell in love with this piece as I sat in the editing room for hour upon hour. Have a listen and enjoy the exquisite delicacy of the several flute ranks used. Visit www.allstopsout.com, join as a premium or foundation member and enjoy more superb content. See videos of him playing Bach, Widor, Rawsthorne, Lanquetuit, German and Purvis. Members can watch high quality FULL SCREEN videos, and even download the video and audio at the click of a button. Visit this UNIQUE site now..... www.allstopsout.com "Paradise for lovers of organ music."