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PostPosted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 3:16 pm 
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My previous version is only 3 months old but I am in vacation now and could spend some days to work on this beloved piece.

Schubert - Moment Musical No. 2 in A-flat major


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Ok, Didier - this is replaced.

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Hi Monica,

I just downloaded the file from the link above and I got the old version, the duration of which is 6'01", while the new one has duration 6'26". I'm going to check what happens if I download from the Schubert section.

PS The duration indicated for my recording in the Moments musicaux page was well changed to 6'26" but it is still the previous 6'01" version. Here attached the new 6'26" version that I uploaded previously.


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I am very sorry, Didier - I have tried a few different things in an attempt to replace the file and it is not working. Maybe there is some kind of write-protect thing on it; I just don't know....:? I do have your current recording on my computer. I will ask Chris to help me.

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That's a gorgeous Steingraeber. What model? 8)

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http://steingraeberpianos.com/grands/205/


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pianolady wrote:
I am very sorry, Didier - I have tried a few different things in an attempt to replace the file and it is not working. Maybe there is some kind of write-protect thing on it; I just don't know....:? I do have your current recording on my computer. I will ask Chris to help me.

I'm not sure what happened here but there were two versions of the file on the server, one having a dot too many in the filename (I once more recommend double-checking the filename before uploading !). Also they had different file permissions, which I don't understand. Anyway I have removed the old stuff and re-uploaded the file. Should be ok now.

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I have checked that it is allright now. Thank you Monica and Chris.


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techneut wrote:
I'm not sure what happened here but there were two versions of the file on the server, one having a dot too many in the filename (I once more recommend double-checking the filename before uploading !). Also they had different file permissions, which I don't understand. Anyway I have removed the old stuff and re-uploaded the file. Should be ok now.


I swear, there are no 'two dots', extra dashes, or extra spaces on my file names. And yes - I am wearing my glasses! :wink: Oh well, thank you for the help.

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pianolady wrote:
I swear, there are no 'two dots', extra dashes, or extra spaces on my file names. And yes - I am wearing my glasses! :wink: Oh well, thank you for the help.

Never mind how much you swear, there were these two files

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schubert-94-2-brest..mp3
schubert-94-2-brest.mp3


on the server. They were the same in size (so the same recording most probably) but different in permissions (which probably would make no difference for site or forum users). You must at some stage have had the double-dot version on your computer, as no dots get magically added in the process. But not to worry, these things happen.

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I'm still swearing....

See? One dot. And there is only one explanation....(aliens!)

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pianolady wrote:
See? One dot. And there is only one explanation....(aliens!)

Yes, they're out to get you again. But that's ok, you're not really paranoid :wink:

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At least I am right! (ok, end of discussion - I win - sorry, Didier)

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pianolady wrote:
At least I am right! (ok, end of discussion - I win - sorry, Didier)

There are two rules on PS:

1) Monica is always right.
2) In the unlikely case Monica has it wrong, rule 1) applies.

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Hi Didier,
wow, that´s sounds much better than all your versions before. You are improving more and more. Your rhythmic steadiness is quite perfect now!!! :!:
There only stay a few things to do, which you also will master, I´m sure:
bar 6 and 7: you play e-flat-major instead of e-flat-minor. (I know it´s only here e-flat-minor, at the parallel passages it´s always e-flat-major. The devil seems truely to be in the detail, isn´t it? :wink: )
bar 7 with pickup in the second as-major-part: you play a couple of wrong notes here respective you let out some notes of the chords.
bar 17-20 of the second as-major-part: you drop sometimes the e-flat in the bass-voice.
bar 5 of the second f-sharp-minor-part: the last sixteenth has an a in the upper voice, which is an important part of the melody. It´s not audible in your recording. I just mention this, because the melody sounds so unusual at this place (for those people, who know it very well).
Again in the last four bars you drop sometimes the e-flat in the bass voice.

If you would like to use your vacations for to do further improved versions I will give you some detailed tips on them.

You play this with a great musicality. I´m deeply impressed and I love this as much as the wonderful sound-quality of this recording. Did you choose any effect of Bricasti M7, btw?

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