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Suite Bergamasque 4 Passepied

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  1. Kazekayou

    Kazekayou Member Piano Society Artist Trusted Member

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    I have gotten a new recorder Olympus LS-10.
    The last one is a cheap voice recorder.
    I thought that music should be independent from recording equipments
    but now I find, it was wrong.
    It sounds incomparablely rich and expressive.


    Debussy - Suite Bergamasque, No. 4 "Passepied"
     
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    pianolady Monica Hart, Administrator Staff Member Piano Society Artist Trusted Member

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    This is up.
     
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    Casper89 Member Piano Society Artist

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    Nice speed, you have there :D . What concerns your technique, this is really brilliant executed. Only very few wrong notes. But please try not to sound expressive while playing (especially on the third page) forte though in the score is indicated to play piano.Just let me make some suggestions what you could improve. Those piano and pp passages on page 5: IMO you play them too loud, perhaps you could try to use the left pedal with them, I think in Debussys music it's allowed to use it. When the main theme comes again you could try to keep the right hand more in the background. The last page is very good, here you make a nice ppp. I like how clear you played this piece, nothing is blurred with the pedal every single note can be heard, this is really great!! Thanks for sharing.
     
  4. Kazekayou

    Kazekayou Member Piano Society Artist Trusted Member

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    Thank you for you advide!
    Often I, a bad student, discount composer's denotation on scores to be derailed.
    Following your advice I am getting a better result. I shall bring it in the near future into this room.
    Thank you for your kind advice!
     

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