Excellent. A question; did you "always improvise the same thing", or did it change drastically each time you played it? Sounds to me like the basic framework was always the same. If so, very good "planned spontanaeity". And it's just a short (but big) step from this to composition.
I can hear the Medtner influence quite clearly, the rumbling chromatic bass passages, the pentatonic passage work in the high registers, and a certain searching quality that I hear in his music, as if the music is looking for something (hard to explain). You're quite a talented improviser, hope you start to write it down, be a composer too. Or if not, just improvise! Very Happy
I like your playing, it's very colorful and "impressionistic" yet very clear at the same time. I'd like to hear you play Prokofiev's "Vision Fugitives", for instance; you would play them very well, they fit your playing. Thanks for posting this, I enjoyed it!
Wow, thanks for all these complements. To be compared with Medtner is a real honour to me
. Like you said, I play the basic framework allways the same. It's rather a difficult job to make it "a real composition", because I want it to sound a bit searching but also as a polished piece at the same time. Aargh, I wish I was as talented as Chopin or Ravel, these guys could do that so perfectly.
Maybe it's a bit off topic, but I want to learn some other new pieces. Do you have any suggestions beside the prokofiev?