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“It introduces us to a still and serious world, deserted and rigid, without colour, without light, without motion; it does not gladden, does not distract; yet we cannot break away from it.”
— Schweitzer on the THEME from Bach's “Art of Fugue”

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1937 Goyatton & Lemoine-Biton Kyriale Accompaniments
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1937 Kyriale Accompaniments (Goyatton & Lemoine-Biton)

• Albert Goyatton & J. Lemoine-Biton •
courtesy of Ted Krasnicki