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Rodrigo - Tres Danzas de España

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  1. techneut

    techneut Active Member Piano Society Artist

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    :idea: Might be Bartok ?

    Please, do not blame me if I am wrong.

    Nice anyway. Your sound is excellent. Very accurate while being airy enough. Would like to know how you get it... :?:
     
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    Brahms? :wink:
     
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    Nice, quirky tunes, sound fun to play, but I have no idea who wrote them. I'll guess Grieg. Your playing is really good. I like the third one best - no, the second one - no...(can't decide)
     
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    Bartok, Brahms, Grieg .... This is more fun than I thought :lol:
    Keep going !
    Thanks for the compliments though :D
     
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    Mompau?
     
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    techneut Active Member Piano Society Artist

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    Not Mompou (spelling !) But getting closer.
     
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    HUH?

    Sounds very Russian to me. Could they be obscure little dances by one of the Russian Five? Rimsky-Korsakov? (sp.)
     
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    Thinking out loud. The only thing I am pretty certain of is that I have not heard them before. They are all high up on the piano which is uncommon and even though it has Spanish influences, it also has Scandinavian influences. Hm...but I go with Albeniz.
     
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    Russian ! Scandinavian ! This gets better all the time :lol:
    Just tell me when you are all tired of guessing.
     
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    :) It does not sound very off from Grieg actually.

    I cannot believe it is Granados as it is none of the 12 Spanish Dances. Did he compose more dances. Lets some others guess too ;).
     
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    perhaps dvorak?
     
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    Nope, nowhere near it :D
     
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    argh :D I don't like this game! :lol:
     
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    I can't believe it either. I'll die if it is, since I just posted a bunch of Granados pieces.

    I still think it sounds like something Norwegian. It's got that little...you know...thingy stuff going on up there in the right hand.
     
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    Norwegian .... :lol:
    I guess I'll need to record more of this composer.
     
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    Carl Nielsen (1865-1931)? Rikard Nodraak?
     
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    J - I think that means it is definitely not Norwegian.

    I'm changing my answer. It's Ravel or Poulenc or Smetana
     
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    :x :x :x :x

    Brazilian?
     
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    Maybe Mozskowski?
    Or it could be from a Chinese composer lol
     

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