The Majestic Organ Knows Few Limitations. 

The organ has always been one of my favorite devices of music.

I remember growing up in the methodist church feeling enthralled, encapsulated, and overwhelmed by the sound.

I let this musical powerhouse set the stage for how I learned orchestration, harmony and melody.

As I play with melodies and harmonies on the organ, there is a sense of wanting to over-emotionalize, while at the same time show that withheld power can sometimes be more impending than dissonance blasting in ones face.

Let this track be a sound study in dissonance and thought. Maybe even let stream of conscienceless loose and place yourself, squeezed in between the notes; fighting for air and room, up to the very last chord.

Listen and enjoy,

Timothy.

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