Erik-Peter Mortensen / Songs / Chorale Prelude in cm, "We Three Kings of Orient Are" - for Voice and Organ

back to the beginning

it's nice to be reminded that once created a genre of music will live forever. the old and the ever being created new sounds. this piece contain a church organ dueting with a beautiful female voice. It sounds as if you were sitting in a large European church listening to an organ with very large pipes. At first listen I am reminded of Bach. at moments the piece gets very complex and moves into the polyphonic realm. if you enjoy classical music you should enjoy this piece
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Chorale Prelude

Wow wasn’t quite prepared for the opening stanza it very nearly blew me off my chair, that really set the scene but my oh my once the vocal kicked in it was ultimately crystal clear that the production team and the engineers knew precisely what they were doing. The vocal was completely stand out and at no time during this performance was it overawed or overshadowed by the instrumentals. The vocalist had a wonderfully masterful range and complex abilities in controlling sounding volume and vibrato in a self accomplishing delight. C Minor is a rare commodity for me as a guitarist but even on such a stringed instrumental it is a beautiful key. I loved this and so eagerly recommend this to anyone looking and thinking oh I’m not sure about chorale music. This will blow your mind, it’s hard to imagine just how anyone could not recognise or appreciate the brilliance of this performer and the overall performance and recording
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A fine Xmas setting

New York composer/arranger Erik-Peter Mortensen has successfully arranged a popular Christmas song for female voice accompanied by organ. The organ part is especially well done filling in the spaces between stanzas.

fine classical

in this work Erik creates a magical strings and organ sound together with the singing it blends perfectly and took me straight to church, for me it felt like going back in time few centuries ago well done :)
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Hi

You surprise me again..I was expecting a Only Organ Solo..and You just put Two in One..it will be a good Idea to record one as an Organ Instrumental Only..and keep this Version for Special Events..not to many Composers are able to mix a Christmas Song with Classical Style Organ Play..nice combination I Really like It a lot... if You will record It again..Please add a Bass Pedal it will add More Power...I picture This in on some Pipe Organ in Big Cathedral .. You did a Great Job...Good Luck..I hope to hear It on The Radio in December.. and I think that some Music Publisher will like to hear It..
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Dope

Aye beat is dope asf and great mixing done on track , so shout out to whoever your engineer was and keep doing your thang keep grinding keep putting in that hard work and stay consistent Keep doing your thang keep grinding bro you definitely have potential and the talent is there continue to make that real music you doing and you gone make it fam that’s my opinion keep working
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sempre bravissimi

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Bello

The song is interesting. Good dialog and contrast between the instrumental and the vocal part. It mixes, as is evident, Bachian Baroque elements and modern elements. Modern elements insinuate themselves especially in the space left to the voice. Good quality work It is a pity for recording and mastering, they could be better
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