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Brahms Concerto No.2 4th movement

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  1. ben

    ben New Member Piano Society Artist

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    This is seriously good. Can you give some details about the performance? Thanks for posting!
     
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    where are the other movements? :shock:
     
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    Hello Ben. I am Monica and I have put this up on the site. It sounds wonderful! Would you like me to include the name of the orchestra on the listing?
     
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    Oh my. Wonderful. Such a delightful work and an admirable performance all around. Was this recorded before a live audience? How were the accoustics mastered? Well done. Have you recorded the other movements. My favorite is the scherzo second. Love to hear your rendition.
     
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    The recorded sound is not too great (a bit of reverb might have helped) but the playing is masterful. Everybody can hear the first movement of this mammoth concerto is hard, but I believe that, for all its amialble jollity, this last movement is especially tricky and may actually be the hardest of the entire work. Congratulations to a great job !
     
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    BTW - What happened between 7:16 and 7:18 ????
     

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