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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 11:54 am 
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Thank you, Chris. Only a few years ago, I was searching for this piece and had a difficult time. Finally the clerk in the music store found it in a book of romantic piano music and I had to buy the whole book which I already had all the other pieces, but it was the only way to get this piece. Now, of course, just say you are looking for something, and someone (like Juufa) instantly sends it out. Also, the version I played is different than the version Juufa found. The sections all repeat in my copy and I have more rallentandos and dynamic markings.



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it sounds like you dropped a pen or pencil

There is probably one of those inside my piano too. My piano tuner thinks there is something wrong with me, because I seem to drop a lot of things inside there, like post cards, paper clips, earrings. This time it is a dried up leaf. I had a vase of fresh roses on the piano and a leaf fell off. I can see it in there, but I can't reach it.

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Forgot something -
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What is your current recording setup ?


Same as always - I have the Edirol on a chair right next to me on the right. I think I changed the recording settings to a higher number, 2hundred-something - maybe that's why it sounds better?

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Although listened to it already, I forgot to comment. Never heard that piece before, but it sounds lovely to me, thanks to your interpretation!!!

7 sharps in the middle part, that however should be forbidden! :roll:

So thank you much for sharing this and pointing to that piece, and also thanks to juufa for providing the score!

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Thanks, Olaf.
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7 sharps in the middle part, that however should be forbidden!


Yes, but it is 7 flats. Same difference, though. :wink:

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pianolady wrote:
Thanks, Olaf.
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7 sharps in the middle part, that however should be forbidden!


Yes, but it is 7 flats. Same difference, though. :wink:


:oops: Now you see how bad my sight reading ability really is. Can't even discern sharps from flats...
A little more friendly would be to code it in 5 sharps instead 7 flats, although I have more problems with sharps as with flats. Thanks God Chopin preferred flats I think (only often too much of them) :lol:

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