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"Omaggio a Karol Szymanowski" from Piano Suite, op

Discussion in 'Composing' started by Kschyschtoff, Dec 3, 2006.

  1. Kschyschtoff

    Kschyschtoff New Member

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    Well, it's a mazurka, written in train to Katowice on 27th October :p I tried to call out the climate of mountains and Karol Szymanowski [first piece with politonal section :p].
    The character of the piece depends of interpretation. If it's not well-interpreted, it sounds a bit boring.
     
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    techneut Active Member Piano Society Artist

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    Well it looks rather monotonous on paper, also as there's no accents, dynamic markings, or directions as to interpretation. In the spirit of Szymanowski's Mazurkas (which surely you will know, writing a Mazurka in hommage to him), and perhaps even in general Mazurka spirit, there should be a wealth of detail in each and every bar, telling the performer how to play to avoid it being boring.
     
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    Well, in this piece everything depends on interpretator, as in modern music. In fact, I created only a melody, and the interpretator creates the music, so interpretator's the second composer :) It's hard to play that in polish mood, though.
     

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