Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Bach)

We are crossing the sense of smell and hearing and I think you will be delighted with the perfumes which celebrate two senses which are seldom combined. Your spine tingling favorites put to perfume: The Funeral March of a Marionette, Toccata and Fugue, Night on Bare Mountain, all the classics and a few moderns

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Re: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Bach)

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Thanks! I'm doing my best! Fabienne really makes it a challenge though, doesn't she? :rofl:[/quote]
Word!
(Oh wait, no one says that anymore either.)
I think you will love this one. :hrt::[/quote]

I still use "word". :pumpsmile: Well this one is a definite. Now, do I go with Dracula? Autumn (I think that one is a given as I am huge Vivaldi/Red Priest fan). It's so hard, what she said! :pumpha: I'll be here all week... :rofl:
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