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A more precise beginning....

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by Anonymous, May 30, 2007.

  1. Anonymous

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    A new version (a little more precise beginning) of k450.
    I see so many downloads....one must be more accurate :) :D

    Uh, and the Chopin 24-4 Mazurka with the Db at his places (or about so). Thank you Chris!
    But one must admit that also that D natural was not bad.
    Hold in archive the version with D natural. 100,200 years and it will be a collection object.
    Unvalueable 8)

    All best,
    Sandro.

    Scarlatti - K.450, Sonata in G minor
    Chopin - Op.24 no.4, Mazurka in B-flat minor
     
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    I think I know how you feel, Sandro. Sometimes I think the composer was having a bad day, just during one or two bars, so mustn't have been thinking straight when he wrote those few notes. I prefer the song the way it really SHOULD have been written, if I would have been there to tell him to reconsider that little part. The very end of Chopin's Berceuse has a big chord-cadence, which I just don't think fits in to the mood of the ending. Everytime I play it, I shake my head there, and say out loud, "What were you thinking here, Freddie?"
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    I think the very same every time in the end of a Ravel piece ;).

    Both recordings are played with beauty and passion. Quite different from most interpretations and very personal. Still great. Not sure why (but for the D-flat perhaps) you rerecorded these as I thought your previous versions were good as well but I have by now replaced them.
     

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