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Topic: Concertprogram  (Read 3078 times)

Offline redberry

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Concertprogram
on: August 13, 2003, 02:18:50 PM
Hello pianists!
I would like to know your proposals or critiques. How do you think about this recital programme?

Schubert: Drei Klavierstucke D.946
M. Ravel: Valses nobles et sentimentales
--intermission--
Chopin: Fantaisie op.49
Scriabin: Sonate-Fantasy op.19 no.2

(this programme takes appr.63 min)

An intellectuel, too formal, boring, different styles mixture etc etc..
What is your opinion as audience or in a pianistic way?
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Thanks a lot!

:)

Offline BuyBuy

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Re: Concertprogram
Reply #1 on: August 13, 2003, 04:22:29 PM
I think you chose interesting pieces. However, I think the distribution is unbalances : you play lightr pieces first, and after the intermission you have greater scale pieces. You might tire the public.

How about starting with the Chopin Fantaisie, then the Schubert pieces, and after the intermission, the Scriabin sonata and the Ravel ? I would add at the end a short and brilliant piece, to finish off with brio.Just a thought.

Offline la_carrenio2003

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Re: Concertprogram
Reply #2 on: August 13, 2003, 09:23:00 PM
I'd change the order too:Schubert-Chopin/Ravel-Scriabin. Good program, unusual combination, that's cool,congratulations, if I saw the add in a newspaper, I'd go and listen.
"Soli Deo Gloria".
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Offline redberry

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Re: Concertprogram
Reply #3 on: August 14, 2003, 10:30:40 AM
Thanks for your suggestions!
I feel Schubert-this piece is not a light one?!
After Ravel, you wrote a showy piece (virtuostic one)-Which one do you recommend?

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