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Three replacement pieces

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by jlr43, Sep 25, 2010.

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    Ok, these are replaced. Nice capricious rendition of the Liszt. The finale seems a little tame, lacking the accelerandos and stringendos culminating in Presto. But hey, easier said than done. What irritated me is that in the penultimate bars you play C natural instead of C flat. Could be your edition has it like that.
     
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    Thanks, Chris!


    Yes, in retrospect I would have been less careful and played the octaves faster, missed notes and all :D
    You're also right about the C-flat, which I think had resulted from a bad habit (it's why recently I always do a reality check of notes and rhythm before recording, to avoid the one or two things that end up invading the memory at the last second :p )

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    That's the spirit. In Liszt fireworks, nobody cares if a few sparks fly :)
     

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