Clair de Lune, visualized.
(Directly linked instead of reblogging - see source link - so I can link the better version. Do have a look at musanim’s other visualizations as well.)
Interesting. I watched this as well as the Toccata and Fugue - I found this one much harder to follow, somehow. (I played Clair de Lune back in the day - it was my piano recital piece one year, I think - and although I even took organ lessons for a short while, I never attempted the Bach. I suspect it’s more advanced, as organ pieces go.) I think the difference may be that this one is somewhat more condensed time-wise - everything is more crowded together. It would be easier to “read” if it was more strung-out, as the Bach piece is. But I enjoyed watching them - the format gives some cues that a score wouldn’t, but is missing some other ones, if you’re used to reading scores. I imagine that for most people, who are (presumably) not used to reading scores, this is easier to follow.
This person’s performances are quite good, although I had some minor gripes about the tempo on the Debussy piece - of course it’s the one I know better, and thus have more opinions about. The Toccata and Fugue sounded pretty much like every other Toccata and Fugue I have heard, as far as I can recall!
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