in Instrumental Rock Procol Harum – Repent Walpurgis July 14, 2007, 3:19 pm 1k Views 32 Comments A great composition a great band, long version from 1971 Procol Harum – Repent Walpurgis source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection LiveProcol Harum See more Previous article Golden Earring – Buddy Joe Next article Marianne Faithfull – So sad 32 Comments Leave a Reply grazie, splendida! Reply A part of the composition is by JS Bach (The Well Tempered Clavier): From 3:00 to 5:27See below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KQW2YnCUrE Reply Sounds like Uriah Heep Reply Absolutely awesome. Reply BELLISSIMA con Heidy dalla lunga treccia bionda, si ballava sulle nuvole 31 12 1970 ore 24.00 ricordi che nn moriranno MAI….. Reply avevo 18 anni la prima volta e la sento ancora Reply The piano part is a sample from Bach, "Prelude in C Major" Reply What a song, wonderful! Reply This is like seeing the most beautiful girl of your dreams and smiles beckoning you and then realize it is only dream. Reply Great!!!! Reply Good to hear the whole Bach prelude. More effective when it gets to the end (which it doesn't on the original album). Reply silencio,naõ façam nenhum barulho.. Reply Muse vibes Reply Это можно слушать вечно Reply Grandiosi Procol Harum 💞💕🌹🌺affascinante Gary Brooker ♥️ Reply This is pure genius. As a huge metal fan. And a huge orchestra fan. I feel like I found home tonight Reply This is a snog I was listening when I was 10 and far away from home. And I want this to be played on my funeral. Reply I found the chords slightly similar to careless whisper Reply This is on their first album. Reply When the maestros meet to manifest their prescen by music. Reply I have something funny for you. In Italy this tune is known as "Fortuna" (Good Luck). because the original title was changed for whatsoever reasons. So in Italy, Matthew Fisher who is the composer of the tune, have to share credits alongside with Paolo Dossena who gave the composition a new title. Reply Toujours aussi envoutant … cet orgue … ces notes au piano … ce rock qui m'a rendu fou en 1967 avec "a whiter shade of pale" … je m'en suis pas remis … et là, c'est le summum … Reply Bj Wilson, the great! Reply 💓Gary Brooker 💓 Reply This music is made by knowledge, skills … and genius. Reply Please play thin on my funeral… Reply he does a respectable job with the Bach Prelude at 3:02. Reply To my dear brother Dave. Miss you so much. Reply Awesome awesome Reply too slow, could have been a little faster Reply bollocks Reply yes Gary Brooker still rocks but the rest of band is second rate Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!