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Topic: Beethoven 6 Variations in D major op.76  (Read 4178 times)

Offline cheesypencil

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Beethoven 6 Variations in D major op.76
on: March 04, 2012, 08:32:12 PM


so what do you think?

Offline costicina

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Re: Beethoven 6 Variations in D major op.76
Reply #1 on: March 04, 2012, 09:01:22 PM
I think you are very good!!! BRAVO....

Offline emill

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Re: Beethoven 6 Variations in D major op.76
Reply #2 on: March 05, 2012, 12:56:54 AM
I am a perpetual part of the adoring and "cursing" audience and
I like what I hear  ;D .... and I am sure with time, pieces like wine
are played with more "perfection"!
member on behalf of my son, Lorenzo

Offline 49410enrique

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Re: Beethoven 6 Variations in D major op.76
Reply #3 on: March 05, 2012, 01:55:08 AM
how can one find fault with something so pretty!?  loved loved this, espcially since it was my first time hearing this work (i am quite familiar with the material i.e. 'turkish march' especially the rubenstein transcription) but it was so great to see a T and V since this genre is near and dear to my heart.

splendid playing and a nice touch, a bit more 'romatnic' interpretation than i would have preferred (i lean more classical on these) but that a personal preferrence and is neither here nor there, you totally nailed it and it wasn't any less effective.

to give a balanced critique the only suggestion I would add is I would make the educated assumption this had repeats, I would like have heard this played with all repeats (especially since Beethoven sometimes wrote different edings for 1st vs 2nd time through to help with transitioning back to theme restatement) and had heard some other ideas from you on them the 2nd time around. either way fantastic addition to the audition boards. thanks!
 

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