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Schubert Impromptu Op. 142 No 3 in B flat major

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  1. Vladimir Oppenheim

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    I would like to share my recording of Schubert's Impromptu Op. 142 No 3
    Thanks for listening.
     

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    I felt some tempo oddities earlier on: the starts of some phrases were much faster than others. This was consistent in its manner, however, so presumably there is a reason. I got more into the performance as it went on. The high treble, however, sounds like it is losing tuning. Amazing deep bass on your piano, and kudos for the nicely even, luminous passagework. Thanks for posting.
     
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    i see....I guess I took too much liberty in playing with different tempos, so piece unity was compromised. I think I felt that the variations are sort of individual miniatures connected by one Theme.
     
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    The tempo differences in the theme (sudden rushings) at the beginning are a problem. The variations are nicely played. And I agree to Andrew, that some tones of the piano are quite out of tune, mainly in the high treble.
    I will upload it soon.
     

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