"The Phantom at the Organ" or "The Phantom’s Fugue"

Yet another completely improvised Phantom piece, but this one’s a tad different.

Begins with a little Toccata, and then goes into the main piece. To those unfamiliar, a Toccata is a finger warmup for organists. Now, I’m not much of a Pianist, and I’m even less of an organist, cuz there’s THREE keyboards to contend with, not to mention the manuals.

I know what this makes me think of, but what kind of mental images does this conjur for you? 



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    It makes me think of Erik attempting to write a new composition. Like…maybe this was the first draft of Don Juan or...
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    I see Erik sitting at his organ, contemplating about how the world sees him, knowing he will never be accepted but...
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  10. durnesque-esque said: Stop. Just stop. Seriously, this is really well done.
  11. spooky-story said: you need to play it in a castle
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    I see Erik, midway through the show, after her returns her, composing his feelings. He has some hope, and yet, fears...
  13. bellaandjarethinthetardis said: I see Erik, midway through the show, after her returns her, composing his feelings. He has some hope, and yet, fears there is none at all. He pictures the future they could have.
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