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Topic: Midifile of "Adagio in A" from Morovsky  (Read 1353 times)

Offline Peter van Dijk

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Midifile of "Adagio in A" from Morovsky
on: March 07, 2005, 06:13:47 PM

This is my first message on this board.
I'm 41 and started to play the piano two years ago.

(I'm from Leiden (The Netherlands). Leiden is about 20 miles south of Amsterdam)

Once every two weeks I have a lesson of one hour.

At the moment I try to play the Adagio in A from Morovsky.

Does anyone have a midifile from this composition ?
I found it much easier to learn if I have heard it.
Of course my piano teacher can play it for me, but than I have to wait ten days.


I started to play the piano three years ago. Every two weeks I have a lesson of an hour.

Offline cziffra

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Re: Midifile of "Adagio in A" from Morovsky
Reply #1 on: March 08, 2005, 04:21:10 PM
Sorry, i can't help you.

And i must admit it's a shame no one has replied to you.  Don't feel discouraged, we're a happy, welcoming bunch, once you get to know us! 

I guess no one knows morovsky...

Welcome to the forum, though!
What it all comes down to is that one does not play the piano with one’s fingers; one plays the piano with one’s mind.-  Glenn Gould

Offline 00range

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Re: Midifile of "Adagio in A" from Morovsky
Reply #2 on: March 08, 2005, 10:34:25 PM
I made my Mom cry with this piece (yes, my playing was that bad ;)).

I actually have a recording of it, it isn't on midi, it's amateur, and the recording is of a similar level, but if you'd like it, I can email it to you. PM me your Email and I'll send it.
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