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Topic: Chopin E Minor Concerto 3rd Mvt  (Read 1428 times)

Offline transcendental

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Chopin E Minor Concerto 3rd Mvt
on: July 08, 2017, 07:56:12 AM
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Offline pianoville

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Re: Chopin E Minor Concerto 3rd Mvt
Reply #1 on: July 10, 2017, 01:44:02 PM
Hi, great job. I am not sure if it is the recording but it seems that your playing lacks a bit of dynamics, and sometimes I feel that you could play with more lightness. With a great performance I almost feel like dancing with the music, so that is something to keep in mind. Also I would like some places to be a little more tidy in pedalling etc. Then, I also wonder, why did you change the tempo so drastically in the E-flat major section? I mean, sure a little change in the tempo is nice but I think you did too much, just keep it pretty and simple, that is the charm with Chopin. Great job anyways, props to you for playing such a difficukt piece this well! Btw, who plays the second piano?

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