Apart from some personal correspondence, my last response from Victor
was August 22, 2010, in a posting update [below].
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A few months ago I posted a message saying that I was closing
Mikune Music after ten years of supplying organ transcriptions
and arrangements to organists all over the world. Tomorrow I'm
being moved into the TCU of the hospital and was told I could no
longer have Internet access. After much discussion and wrangling,
I will be able to connect to the Net, at either of my two
addresses: email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org [delete ".geentroep" to reply]
I was able to find an admirable administrator who has agreed to
take over my entire 350+ list of music for organ. David is a guy
whom I taught in junior high school in 1960 (50 years ago). He
has just retired and was looking for some kind of music-related
work. He has prepared a web page which lists each composition
with a photo of the composer (where known), a sample review page
and costs. It is set up so that you can order directly through
The list of music covers all types of organ music, from Albioni
to Zipoli. Much of the music has been used in worship service,
but there are many symphonic transcriptions, marches and even
a handful of ragtime pieces. I am sure that you will find many
interesting and useful pieces on the list. If you have any
questions, David will be available on this site to help you out.
The URL for the new web site is http://mikunemusic.com/
I'd like to express my gratitude and appreciation to all who have
purchased music in the past, and especially to David and Carol
who have undertaken the tremendous amount of work which the new
site will require.
Thank you all again, and best wishes for the future.