Debussy - l'Isle Joyeuse

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Francois de Larrard
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Re: Debussy - l'Isle Joyeuse

Postby Francois de Larrard » Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:16 am

luissarro wrote:hi, François!

this is good.
You can think for your Debussys maybe... I think the beginning could benefic from a little more fluent performance, which is very difficult due to the arpeggios and jumps (though I don't know the score of this piece, but I remember trying to play it someday... I quit after the first page. =D).
or maybe this is just due to your technique. are from the school which recommends lifting the fingers?

Hi Luis,
Thank you for your listening. I don't know from what school I am, having had about 5 different teachers, but my pianistic ideal is closer to Benedetti Michelangeli's'pianism: minimum motion, maximal efficiency. Well, in my dream at least!
"Je préfère ce qui me touche que ce qui me surprend"
François Couperin (1668-1733)

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Re: Debussy - l'Isle Joyeuse

Postby luissarro » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:43 pm

that's good: lifting the fingers is a kind of waste of energy, I think. but the best technique is that way you feel good.

now I see that I wrote too many mistakes!

* You can think for your FUTURE Debussys maybe
* are YOU from the school which recommends lifting the fingers?
Luís Sarro

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