Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by Werner, Jun 3, 2011.
Looks like it is a Debussy - Riverie day at Piano Society today.
Reverie, not Riverie
Good solid performance. Hardly a note out of place and generally good dynamic contrasts. I'd have liked a bit more poetry though. Where you can improve is in phrasing, evenness of attack, and audibility of every note. Also your tone gets a bit hard sometimes. That could partly be the instrument. I though I heard one read error but it turned out to be one of mine
Sorry about the spelling. Debussy must be turning in his grave. :shock:
Thank you for your advice.
Yes, phrasing, attack and audibility of each note is always a major concern with my playing. I am trying hard to work at it though.
This was done a while ago on a Yamaha CLP 230 piano. Not very accurate in tone, but that is only partially the problem here.
Again, thank you for listening.
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