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Topic: Chopin Andante spianato  (Read 3247 times)

Offline fbt

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Chopin Andante spianato
on: April 22, 2011, 03:29:39 PM
I hope this posting will be a little better than the last time. All comments welcome. 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 emill

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Re: Chopin Andante spianato
Reply #1 on: April 22, 2011, 04:30:41 PM
It's beautifully played ..... I think you captured the mood very well.
but what do the teachers here say?
member on behalf of my son, Lorenzo

Offline perfect_pitch

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Re: Chopin Andante spianato
Reply #2 on: April 23, 2011, 12:07:57 AM
The only thing I can really say (because it was well played and very intimate)... is that in a couple of parts, I think the left hand gets a little too loud compared to the melody.

The left hand to me in this piece should be like a good neighbour - you know they're there, but they never bother you. It should be smooth and passive, and just a couple of times I felt like it was just a tad too obtrusive to the melody.

Having said that - that's the only thing I could really fault for this recording, and it's not much of a fault at that either.
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