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Twelve Nocturnes and a Waltz

Critically-acclaimed American pianist Robert Henry presents his highly anticipated debut recording “Twelwe Nocturnes and a Waltz“. Released in 2010, this recording is a compilation of some of the world’s best loved melodies, featuring Nocturnes of Chopin, Fauré, Grieg, Liszt and many others, including the world premiere of Alexei Stanchinsky’s forgotten Nocturne from 1907. Read more >>

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« on: March 30, 2005, 04:45:18 AM »

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OK I guess I need moral support or something.  I have been working on this for a while, and for some reason I am having the most trouble with the FIRST PAGE - that's right - the main theme.

I know how I want the "big" phrases to grow and shrink, and how I want the melodic line to come out, and how I want the bass to come out - but just a little less, and how I want the chord to be even less, and the pedalling.  BUT I CAN'T seem to be able to make myself do it - at least not all of those at the same time.  I swear it's like learning a golf swing - anybody else know what I mean?
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piano sheet music of Ballade 1
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