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New Piano Piece by Mozart Discovered: Allegro in D K626
January 27 2021 was W.A. Mozart's 265th birthday and Salzburg and Austria celebrated this with the world premiere of one of his compositions. At Piano Street we celebrated by releasing the score of the composition, the recently discovered piano piece "Allegro in D". Download it for free and celebrate Mozart yourself by playing the piece! Read more >>

Topic: Chopin Mazurka Op24#1  (Read 2088 times)

Offline fbt

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Chopin Mazurka Op24#1
on: February 28, 2011, 12:32:05 AM
All coments welcome pro and con. thank you for taking the time to listen
People who make music together cannot be enemies,at least while the music last.
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Offline zeusje

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Re: Chopin Mazurka Op24#1
Reply #1 on: February 28, 2011, 10:44:40 AM
Thanks, I liked it. I was a bit lazy today to check imslp for the actual score to compare, since I notice some staccato's which I was wondering how they came in. Probably it is just in the score and it is my preconception of this piece. In general well done, it sounds musical.

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