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Chopin - Waltz in B minor Op.69 No.2 and No.19 in A minor

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  1. harald

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    I rarely hear these waltzes! It's good that you recorded them. And very well done too. I cannot hear any obvious mistakes. But I am sure those with better ears will be able to pick out the minute things (damn I really wish there was a recording of the Minute Waltz so I could pun on it with 'minute'! :x )

    Have you ever considered Chopin's daunting op. 18 no. 1 waltz?
     
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    I think you played very nicely on both pieces. The 69/2 I felt dragged a bit in the dolce section, but that's just a personal view and probably does not mean much to you. And it could use more forte on the descending RH runs on the third to last line. Everything else was good.

    Great job on the other Waltz. I've been meaning to record this one myself, but never got around to it.
     
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    Two very well played recordings, I think. How did you record those pieces? I really enjoyed the quality. Another very positive thing was your pedalling. Everything was very clear audible.
     
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    I think that a personal view is one use of this forum. Thank you for sharing your view!

    I'm glad that you like it. For recording details please look at http://pianosociety.com/new/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1431
     
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    Very well done! I have put them up on the site.
     

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