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Master Class with Leon Fleisher: The Late Schubert Sonatas

Filmed during a Professional Training Workshop in New York, Franz Schubert’s late piano sonatas come to life in this performance guide that includes video clips, written commentary, and an animated score, allowing the user to simultaneously watch Mr. Fleisher teach from the keyboard and study the notated music. Select any combination of 24 separate video clips from six categories to build your own tailor-made video master class from a range of topics. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Scriabin - Prelude Op. 11 No. 1  (Read 1473 times)
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« on: March 29, 2011, 09:53:18 PM »

Recorded from digital piano Roland HP-201.
I'm a hobbyist and play just a couple of pieces a year. When I do have my mind set on a piece I try to make the best of it. Hope this one turned out ok. Comments welcome!
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piano sheet music of Prelude
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« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2011, 06:42:49 AM »

I like to think we're all hobbyists to a certain degree. I love that you play what inspires you. I've read through some of the op. 11's recently, and they are filled with inexhaustible riches. I really enjoyed your performance of no. 1. In it your love for the piece overflows from every nuance, and I think musically is is superb. Congratulations!
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Don't let anyone know where you tie your goat.
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« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2011, 06:02:42 PM »

Have you noticed how similar it is in style to Chopin's first prelude?
I really liked that - you can tell you do, too.
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Joining the Dots – New Sight Reading Material

ABRSM presents a new book series for students. Joining the Dots offers pianists lots of material to help build confidence and skill in sight-reading. Read more >>

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« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2011, 02:10:06 PM »

Thanks. Smiley
I'd love to play some of the other preludes too. Especially No. 14, seems very diffictult though.
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