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Waltz and Tango

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by John Robson, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. John Robson

    John Robson New Member Piano Society Artist

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    Another oops..

    Actually two "oopses"

    I inadvertently left out the title of the waltz: Coracao que sente: Valsa

    Also the "Ouro Sobre Azul" tango form is a little different from the waltz and the previously submitted tangos. For the other pieces the form is: AABBACCA. However, the "Ouro" tango is slightly more repetitious: AABACCABA

    But, hey, give me credit for at least submitting a multiple post. LOL
     
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    Re: Another oops..

    No way... no brownie points for unnecssary postings :wink: Since you can always edit your post if you want to add or change something.

    These two are very well done again. Amazing how fast you learn and record these pieces. They may not be 100% spotless but done in great style and good quality. The Tango is perhaps a bit on the slow side but it works well. I'm in the process of putting them up.
     
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    Thanks, I needed that. Two charming pieces. I'm having a bad playing day, everything is going downhill, so your music calmed me down. The tango A section reminds me of Joplin's Solace.
    Nice playing, John.
     
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    good work John. 8 hours a day had paid off. :lol: :lol:

    I liked both. The second one reminds me of Antons Rubesteins melody in F?????anyone there??
     
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    I do john, very nice played :) good sound of the piano :)
     
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    And these are up too. Ole Ernie is doing nicely here, thank you :wink:
     

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