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Beethoven, Sonata n.3 in do maggiore op.2 n.3

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by Anonymous, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. Anonymous

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    Beethoven, Sonata n.3 in C major op.2 n.3, Setrak Setrakian Piano

    I - Allegro con brio

    II - Adagio

    III - Scherzo. Allegro

    IV - Allegro assai

    Because of my internet uploading problem, I am sending mp3 file by this link below

    This is my Beethoven's performing style, any comments is acceptable .
  2. juufa72

    juufa72 New Member Piano Society Artist

    Jul 13, 2006
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    I enjoyed your recording Mr. Setrakian. Although I am not too familiar with Beethoven's Sonatas. Was this recorded on a real piano? It sounds more like a high(er) quality electronic keyboard.
    When was this recorded?
  3. Anonymous

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    Yes it's electronic piano recording, any one can know that it it so after listening.
  4. robert

    robert Active Member Piano Society Artist

    Jun 7, 2006
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    Very good as usual and your dynamic capabilities work well with Beethoven. The tension and drama is there and I get the picture of a troubled Beethoven in my head.

    Only a pity that the sound clips when you bang in the loud chords but nothing that disturbs too much. It could also be my speakers on the laptop at work.

    The recording is up on the site.

    I have not been able to understand what causes your problems with uploads to the site. I see nothing wrong in the logs and everyone else seems to be able to upload files. One thing I know is that Internet Explorer makes a time out after 30 minutes so if the upload takes longer than that, it will for sure not work. One can change this parameter locally in your computer by changing a parameter in the Windows Registry. However, it is a bit dangerous to change things in there and I cannot at this track down where I read this information. But this way, using various other Internet services, works well too.
  5. Anonymous

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    Thank you Robert for adding Beethoven on the site,
    I don't know what is the problem to not upload from my computer to Piano Society, anyway I will try to upload by FTP program, hoping it will be OK

    Best wishes to all.

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