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1 - Frédéric Chopin, Sonata no.3 in b minor,op.58,1- Allegro

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    beautiful! too bad you cannot see my standing ovation. It is grateful that you have decided to share some of your recordings!
     
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    Greetings

    Hello dear juufa72
    Thank you very much for your nice word.

    Kind regards
    Setrak Setrakian
     
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    The is also incredible well played and in this recording, your extremely good technique really comes as its best. For everyone who reads this, listen to the long parts of runs in the finale and how extremely even and clearly pronouned every keystroke is. That is the result of a huge amount of concentrated time put in on technique.

    But musically, it is even one step better! I have seldom heard a recording where every part of the Sonata seem to have such a well thought plan. It seems like you had an idea with every bar and that you do not just "play through" anything. You must have studied the piece with dedication over a long period of time and really planned your interpretation very careful. I cannot stop listen to it and it is only a shame that you sit on such a slow connection that we cannot get a 128 kbps recording, but actually when the playing is as good as this, it does not even disturb me.

    World Class!

    (Will put the Sonata up on the site tomorrow as I have too little time right now)
     
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    What a treat! Wonderful all the way through.
     
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    Found some time after all. The entire Sonta is up on the site!
     
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    Finally got the time to listen to this. An extremely accomplished performance, both musically and technically. It's right up there with the very best, and far beyond any criticism that us amateurs could possibly have.

    I hope you will be able to upload 128 kbps versions in the near future !
     

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