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Mozart Eine kleine Gigue KV 574

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  1. kjarschka

    kjarschka New Member Piano Society Artist

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    Self-deprecation??!!?? We'll have none of that here! :roll: :lol:

    Hells, yeah. I've never heard this before, but thoroughly enjoyed it! Great job.
     
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    Not very good ahaaaahaha...
    It is fully worthy to stand alongside my version of this, which is not very good either :lol:

    Yes it is the most amazing piece. Very forward looking, no wonder that Busoni was fascinated by it.
    A very solid performance - this little thing may not sound hard, but it really is, especially the wide jumps. I could never get all of them right like you do.

    I have added it to the site.
     
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    thanx!
    yes, you're right, it looks like nothing but it is really dangerous...!!!
    Do you know the Gigue of Handel's B flat maj. Suite? It is surprisingly similar to Mozart's Gigue. Well, of course all of Mozart books state that he was experiencing Bach's and Handel's music through van Swieten... but actually it is interesting to see "Mozart's idea" of Handel!!!!
    :)
     
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    No I don't think I know that one... I've never been able to really warm to Handel's suites. Even though I admire them - they are better than they are given credit for.
     

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