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Grieg - Intermezzo for cello and piano (transcription)

Discussion in 'Composing' started by felipesarro, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. felipesarro

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    Lovely! Enjoying it as I type... :wink:
     
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    thanks. hehe
     
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    Good job. You gaze at the score much like I do :D

    Just one suggestion - you could bring some more transparency to this, partly by bringing out more the cello part, and partly by playing less massively in the bass regions.
     
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    thanks, Chris!

    yes, there should be more clarity, mainly the passage where I play both the accompaniment and the cello part with the left hand. but I must say also that this is not the "normal" settings I use to record only audio. I found the recording more blurred than it would normally be.
     

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