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Beethoven’s Complete Works for Piano and Orchestra

For the final instalment of his survey of Beethoven’s works for piano and orchestra on BIS label, Ronald Brautigam has saved ‘the final crowning glory of his concerto output’... Read more >>

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okoie
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« on: May 02, 2016, 07:02:08 AM »

Hi friends,
Which are the parameters by which we can judge a pianist's  rendition ?
Are there actual, objective values to employ and if,which are?
The only objective things I see are speed and overall precision
Am I wrong, miss something obvious to all except to me?
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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2016, 02:49:44 PM »

In my opinion, Maybe each individual has their own parameters. But one ultimate goal : To make music.

For me, the musicality is all that matters, precision and speed is a bonus since you're going to be practicing a piece over and over.

If it's your own music you're having problems evaluating, try Camera recording your own playing.
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K.281 3rd Mov - Noct. No 20. in C#m - Some bach inventions. - Waltz 64 No. 2.
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