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Stravinsky Chez Petroushka (from Petroushka)

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by Anonymous, Jan 21, 2007.

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  2. techneut

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    Few pieces from the regular repertoire are so impossibly daunting as the 3 Mouvements. Only the greatest of virtuosi can take them on, and so you do, handling this with absolute mastery and authority. And to think that this is the 'easy' one out of the three :shock:

    The only thing that disappointed me a bit was your brisk tempo for that sensous melody in the middle (which somehow for me is the highlight of the entire Petrouchka). With a bit more 'langueur' this would make more impact and provide more contrast.

    I will put this one up the site later today, thank you very much for submitting it !
    So will you be following suit with the two outer movements ?
     
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    This one is up the site. Please check if everything is in order.
     
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    Thank you, I checkup the entry, everything is in order.

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    Wow, the Chez from "Three Fragments of Petroushka"! As Chris already pointed out, this is crazy difficult and makes, for example, Balakirev's Islamey feel like a breeze. And you do not only manage to play it through but also manage to plau it with clarity and feel! Incredible!
     

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