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Completorium: Things That Wait Their Turn
I have a few more scores that await their sequencing and far too little time to do it these days:
- G. G. Gorczycki
- Conductus funebris (a big work)
- In virtute Tua
- Crudelis Herodes
- Over 40 anonymous Christmas carols from the Renaissance period
- Ca. 30 lute compositions by Diomedes Cato
- Sylwester Szarzyński Completorium - a very interesting and big work
- Jakub Polak - lute music
- Wojciech Długoraj - lute music
- Marcin Mielczewski "Deus in nomine Tuo" - almost done!
- Over 20 organ compositions
If you have found your favorites here, let me know, so maybe I can prepare those pieces first even though there's a lack of time. Or consider getting in touch about helping out with sequencing one or the other of the sompositions on this list.
- More music, of course, whenever there may be time for it. Even though I, naturally, strongly realize the limits of MIDI files to "real" music performances.
- Electronic music, even at it's best, will probably take centuries to get close to the real thing (in vocal music especially), so we decided to produce more pieces and not to worry too much about quality.
- Maybe some more essays on Polish EM (see above).
- Still no graphics, maybe only some fancy background. No Java. No frames. No nothing. I'm too lazy for that (although, if the site will continue growing, I will have to think about a frame version any time from now).
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