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Claude Debussy, L'isle Joyeuse

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    I will move this topic to the Audition Room as we post our submissions there. Should for sure be interesting to listen to!
     
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    Extremely good! My own amateur knowledge of this famous Debussy composition is not enough to give any constructive critique but you seem to have high understanding of the composer and this specific piece, your make create use of dynamics and really "tell" the story of it. I really enjoyed it. Also, the sound quality is good and one can understand that this is a professional produced recording.
     
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    Greetings

    Thank you very much for your musical compliment for my performing.

    Best wishes
    Setrak Setrakain
     
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    Wow! That was fantastic. Very passionate playing. How do you trill so fast, yet so soft? (Wish I could do that)
     
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    I forgot to say but we will of course add you as a pianist on the site as fast as possible.
     
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    Debussy,Prelude - Ce qu'a vu le Vent d'Ouest, book 1 No.7

    This is my second piece recorded in studio real mp3 128 Kbps

    [Admin Edit - See the link in the first post of this topic]
     
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    I have now added you as a pianist on the site with the first recording. I found the picture of you at mp3.com and used that and I also (tell me if you do not like it) rewrote the biography a bit so it fits how the other biographies on the site is written. Not changing or leaving out any fact of course.

    I will check your other submissions soon which I, after hearing the first, have high hopes for ;). Welcome!
     
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    These are truly great performances! Bless you and your wonderous playing! IMO, I prefer (in this case, to a huge degree) a real recording versus a MIDI recording. Wow.

    PF
     
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    The prelude is as good as L'Isle and it is now up on the site.
     

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