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Dies irae Requiem Piano Video

Discussion in 'Pianists' started by mozarta, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. mozarta

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    What a lot of notes. Can you make music as well ?
     
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    Hi, I read your nasty comment,
    I'm a pianist amateur, I don't know how to read notes, just play by ear
    sorry that you didn't like my version
     
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    Sorry for being nasty.
     
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    no worries'
     
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    :)

    I must mention that I sometimes like too many notes, as in the interpretations of Brazil's greatest pop pianist Pedrinho Mattar. :)

    :)

    I find your version intriguing, Mozarta, but I think it is too fast (let's not forget this is a requiem), and maybe you should bring out the melody more a bit. Also the final chord does not sound "final". Are you sure you have the right changes? But kudos for the fast scales and arpeggios.
     
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    Hi thx for your comment, I should try to play slower in the future, you are right about that

    For the final I had to arrange (especially for Verdi's requiem) in order to find a conclusion for this part of the requiem.

    Cheers
     

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