Chopin Nocturne E flat

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Chopin Nocturne E flat

Postby RichNocturne » Fri Feb 16, 2007 10:44 pm

This is my recording of Chopin's E flat nocturne...the one in alllllll the Kamien textbooks telling you who Chopin is...Unfortunately, there's a few mistakes here and there, and I could feel my fingers give during the repeated "16th" notes, so I didn't play as many as indicated, but your crticisms as always are more than appreciated. Thanks,

Chopin Nocturne E flat Op.9 No.2
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Postby techneut » Sat Feb 17, 2007 8:19 am

Good performance as usual from you. Lovingly played, only a couple of slips (bar 27 is rather shaky). Yes a shame about these 16ths at the end, I think you leave out as many as twelve notes. Ah well, you gotta know the piece and sit with the score to notice that. I have put it up the site !
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