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Cremona again marked its presence as the world capital of instrumental music exhibitions with the 2017 edition of the Cremona Musica which combined top level artists, manufacturers, academia and pedagogy. Piano Street was invited to the new Media Lounge with 30 journalists from the major specialized newspapers, magazines, broadcast media and web-based media met to share ideas on musical critics and journalism elaborating on common issues, differences and possible collaborations in the classical music field. Read more >>

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ranjit
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« on: November 13, 2017, 11:58:23 AM »

Please tell me what you think!
Since I am rather new to improvising, suggestions would be really helpful. Smiley

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« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2017, 10:33:17 PM »

There are some nice moments in this. However, had you not mentioned that it is based on Fantasie Impromptu I doubt I would have known. I am not particularly good at improvising on other people’s material so I hesitate to comment on that aspect. The only thing I can suggest is that with any music, including improvisation, it is often a good idea to include a contrasting section for the sake of maintaining interest. While not impossible, it has always seemed a lot harder to me to keep a sense of balance with just one idea.
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