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Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by PJF, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. PJF

    PJF New Member Piano Society Artist

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    This version is at 160kbps and contains far fewer note errors than the last one. (I won't submit this one again until I solidly speed it up to 176.)

    All comments are welcome!

    Sleepy Pete
     
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    Not bad at all and a musically sensitive performance. Inspired by Murray Perahia?
     
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    Very good indeed ! Youy are definitely getting very near concert level. But I am getting confused with all these re-takes.... Should I put this up or wait for yet another take ?
     
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    Pete is doing Johnmar.. :lol: re take.....and re take addiction to recorder.... But Johnmar is slowing down these days......
     
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    Yes Chris, I am content with this recording, please put it on the site. :D

    Thank you for the wonderful comment! I've been so persistent in my practice for so long, it's very satisfying to get some tangible results. BTW, I'll be doing no more posting of this piece for at least six months. (I still want to record it at full tempo, w/ a high degree of musicality, that's for the future>)

    You're very perceptive, Robert! (And I take that as a huge complement!)

    Yes, the recorder is very habit-forming! (Slowing down can be a good thing, BTW!)

    PF
     

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