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Chopin Etude in F Major Op. 10, No. 8

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    Etude

    Congratulations on another good performance by you. I particularly enjoyed the sensitivity employed in the last section. It had a more tranquil, poetic aire to it. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I really enjoyed that wonderful performance of that most difficult piece!

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    Also a very good performance from your side (though I spotted a few mistakes ;))! Very high technical standard and also a pretty nice musical interpretation.

    The recordings is up on the site.
     
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    Yeah, a case could be made that the last section should not have any rubato at all (I've heard it discussed and played that way), but I prefer a slightly more playful ending to this one. I think since the melody has changed, it deserves some special attention.
     

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