Last night I heard a chopin e minor(op.1)conceto,and I was shocked!She played it with string qvartet,and it was like they didn't hear them selves.She didn't play with real orchest.but I was wondering something,That woman is famous,in Germany,and Serbia,how can that things happen?mistakes,mistakes?And I thought I am not able to play with orcestra>My God!!
i'm having so much trouble practicing and playing the coda in chopin concerto No. 1 first mvt. The left hand's trill is getting better (if you can advise me how to practice ..that will be awesome), but the right hand playing with the thumb staccato..i tried so many different ways to practice, but still when I play in tempo, all the top notes sounds bad. and seems like all of my other friends don't have this problem..how can I practice this part? Please help
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