Very nicely done! I, too, am learning this piece and you have inspired me to redouble my efforts.
Simply wonderful! I really like this prelude and your legato in the left hand of the poco meno mosso section was exquisite as was...
Add my name to the list of those who had never heard these before. Nicely done! I especially liked the Pleading Troubadour. Nice...
This was really nicely done -- good, clean articulation and you brought out the separate voices beautifully. Thanks for spending the...
No. The tendon that stabilizes the thumb on my left hand (also allows it to pull in) was torn in an accident (the thumb was dislocated)...
Very nice indeed! I certainly enjoyed listening to this.
I'm jumping into this discussion a bit late. I'm probably the worst pianist here in the Society. However, by submitting pieces here and getting...
I have searched through my collection of music, and quickly found four versions of this prelude. In three of the versions the editor has marked it...
Actually, I use a Zoom H4 to capture directly from a digital piano and then normalize/equalize with Audacity. It's pretty easy to get...
Thanks! I first learned this when I was about 16 and have been playing it ever since. It's one of the few things that my old arthritic...
Yup! When I played it through it felt better. I think reducing the dynamic changes also helped to keep the waltz feeling more alive.
Here's something of a little more substance: J. P. Rameau's "Tambourin."
Rameau - Tambourin ( 1:18 )
Here's an updated version of the Waltz. I did what David suggested and emphasized the melody more, I eliminated some of the dynamic changes and...
Thanks for the suggestion -- I'll give that a shot and see how it sounds.
I actually do play more substantial stuff -- but I'm still recovering from a broken hand and bad arthritis so it tends to limit what I...
Here's a cute little Waltz from Alexander Morovsky.
Morovsky - Valsette
Chris & Monica,
I'm swamped right now, but will redo this in the next week or so. All the notes are correct (at least, I don't hear any jarring...
Here's one of Beethoven's Ecossaises that's not on the site yet.
You know, it does sound better that way. Next time I set up my recording gear I'll probably redo it with an improvement to the...
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