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  1. RobCharles1981 says:

    Very Very Nice Bravo Well Done!!

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  2. Nesta &Phil Murray says:

    Sean yet another inspirational piece of music making. Thankyou both for making it possible to relive the happy day you and Sally got married. God Bless

    Phil & Nesta XXXX

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  3. Don Wallis says:

    Fantastic! And you both make it look easy.
    Thank you!
    Don

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  4. Bill Ramsey says:

    Thanks, Sean — again. Very enjoyable to see you and Jason together…I barely remember him performing at your wedding (must have been distracted by something), so it was especially reminiscent of a very good, meaningful time. Having played trumpet badly for years (marching band, HS orchestra) I can appreciated his talent and polished skills. Bravo, guys!!

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  5. ando1619 says:

    Thank you! Beautifully done!

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  6. Sean, what a treat. Many thanks. Hugs!!!

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  7. m chatman says:

    Sean,
    This was such an endearing format and the performance was beautiful!!
    It was lovely to hear Jason speak of his family and their musical background…and also to hear you both speak of the Juilliard Fellowship and especially your talents used in praise & worship.

    Kelly

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  8. Tang0Fox1 says:

    That was great.

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  9. maestromusico says:

    Amazing ,,, wonderfull piece

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  10. trombaclassicsff says:

    Nice trumpet sound, good balance with the organ, the acoustic is excellent.Bravo !

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  11. garywoodgrw says:

    Amazing…

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  12. jvdurante84 says:

    what organ is this?

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  13. jvdurante84 says:

    what organ is this?

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  14. drseanjackson says:

    It started out as a Roosevelt in the 1890s but essentially this is a 1917 E. M. Skinner organ which was revoiced etc in 1992 by Bruce Shultz. 116 ranks/approx. 6800 pipes.

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  15. verandasneaker says:

    Wonderful playing! Can you tell me, where to buy the sheet music for exactly this version?

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  16. thekidhartford says:

    Beautiful work for the both of you. wonderful tempo and strength.

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  17. TheForce623 says:

    Well done guys. Sounds amazing

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  18. GeoffBob77 says:

    Magnificent! Piccolo trumpet and organ are such a wonderful combination – makes the hairs on my neck stand on end. Bravo to the both of you and thank you for posting.

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  19. oldgafirefighter says:

    Outstanding performance!

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  20. Hedwig Despiegelaere says:

    Beautiful playing by both of you – Congrats

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  21. caseyflorida says:

    Well played, gentlemen, well played!! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  22. Ruth Ost says:

    Beautiful performance!

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  23. wyldlandfyrfyghter says:

    Splendid rendition of an old favorite!

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  24. gramps2matt says:

    what church was this recorded at? It’s so grand.

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  25. tessgregory987 says:

    A very excellent and Baroque performance. I love this. Maybe you could just increase the tempo a little, but I say that about most things, so don’t pay attention.

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  26. tessgregory987 says:

    It doesn’t exist. I’ve spent half my life looking for it.

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  27. BillyRosinet says:

    Excellent!

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  28. anthony berry says:

    This is a lovely duet. Relax, breathe and enjoy. 😉

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  29. GamerTheTurtle says:

    Extremely well executed duet, definitely going into my Favorites!

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  30. thekidhartford says:

    top class all the way…..really fantastic and moving……

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  31. Amaury RENOU says:

    I want this to my wedding ?

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  32. LGranthamsHeir says:

    The wedding song played in Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley’s wedding in “Downton Abbey.” Also played in Betty Warren’s wedding in “Monalisa Smile.”

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  33. Julia O'Brien says:

    what is the full name of the song? which opus is it of John Stanley’s?

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  34. TheDeepCSailor says:

    This seems incredibly slow. I’ve always thought that this piece should be played “lively”, but not fast. Never-the-less, a well executed performance.

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  35. dorianmodify says:

    Really great, seriously. So wonderful you didn’t rush it, and let the music sing. Wow. 🙂

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  36. Kevin St. Hill says:

    I love this piece.

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  37. Jay T says:

    Exquisite trumpet is crisp and theorgan is not overbearing. best version i have heard.

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