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Haydn,Piano Sonata in E-Flat Major,Hob.XVI49 - I-Allegro

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  2. robert

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    I did listen to all three movements and all the way through, it was really well played. Nothing to complain to att all and in 128 kbps! Wonderful!
     
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    Thank you Robert for your nice words.
     
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    I too found it very well played, and I will put these on the site. Thanks you very much for submitting more of this great and underrated music.

    Now this is not meant as criticism, but when listening, I felt that your affinity is more with the music of later periods. Some of the passagework and ornamentation sounded curiously stiff and serious.
     
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    These are up the site !

    Please note that you can add multiple attachments to one posting, which would be better if you submit some recordings that belong together. I have deleted your other two postings, as there had been no replies to them.
     
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    Please explain me how to add multiple attachments.

    Thanks
    Setrak
     
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    When you make a new post you have a text box that you can write in (as I am doing write now).

    Below there is the area where you can press the button "browse" and can attach a file. Well after you have attached one file you can repeat the process and attach another by doing the same thing.

    It is not too hard after you experiment.


    Here is a list on how to do it:


    1) Press "Browse" ---> find the file ----> Press "OK" or "Attach" in the box which has just opened when you pressed "Browse"

    2) Type whatever you want (but you do not have to) in the "File Comment" text box.

    3) Press "Add Attachment" ----> wait for it to upload.

    4) Repeat to attach another file.
     
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    Intellegantly played! Bravo. You are very musical too! :D
     
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    Thank you dear Jennifer .
     
  11. Anonymous

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    Hooray for more Haydn! I haven't given this sonata too much attention (course I was always busy working on the one that follows this) but it is a good one. What a slow movement!

    I would be interested to know about your justification of many things in your playing as to me there were many "non-Haydn" things in your interpretation. Right off the bat, for instance, I would want to detach the left hand in the first two measures.

    Still, great to have more Haydn around.
     

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