I listened to your recording of your piece, I enjoyed it a lot. I liked the pauses and how you handle the cadenza. Your phrasing made the piece a lot more playful and suspenseful. I am glad that you played this piece because I feel the way you play it there is a special authority because you have the familiarity of writing it. It is somehow more authentic for this reason, IMO.
Thank you very much, Riley. I´m glad you enjoyed my little piece.
Yes, may be its the most authentic version, if the composer plays his own piece, but it has not to be always the best (f.ex. I know some better Rachmaninof-interpretations than the ones played by himself, but that´s a matter of taste, of course).
The 3D video is really cool
. Of course, I thought that the cheapest 3D video cameras cost somewhere in the range of 10-$20k, so I am shocked that you are able to use it. I do not have 3D glasses but when I find a pair I will be sure to rewatch this piece in 3D. It is an interesting concept, a performance of a twelve tone piece in 3D video! I also enjoyed your guitar duets, though I realize that has little to do with PS.
I´m happy you like my 3D-video!
(It was quite a lot of work to produce it.) Sorry, I can´t read your price-advice, but I have bought my Finepix Real 3D for nearly 250 Euro. I wanted to buy a good digital foto camera and I decided to try out the new 3D-technique, because I was so enthused by a performance of some 3D-fotos I have seen. 3D-glasses should be available for 5-10 Euro. (Don´t know what it is in dollar.) Of course, the guitar-videos have nothing to do with PS and I just have mentioned them because of the 3D-technique (just if someone is interested).
Look forward to hear more from you,
I will let you know as soon as I have found and scanned (may be also transcribed) my early sonata in d-minor for piano. (As I wrote in my pm I have just a lack of time at this moment.) It´s really very kind of you, that you are showing so much interest.
All the best