The Valse is beautiful played, soft and calm!
I do agree with John upon that some more dynamic contrasts could make it even more interesting. There are conrasts already, it is audible, so no need to blame your Edirol indeed:lol: But it is harmony wise a rather underdeveloped piece, so maybe one can do dynamicwise more in comparison to other "richer" pieces. But everyone sees such things different, and your take is great as it is.
Also that Granados piece - played with passion, and I also like that strong contrasts. Great played!
If Olaf comes around here, he will probably yell at me for blaming the equipment but
'that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.' Wink
Nice reputation I have, really - yelling at you...
John Robson wrote:
One of my favorite teachers always reminded me to THINK OF WHERE EACH NOTE IS GOING. THEY ARE NOT STATIC; THEY MUST ALWAYS MOVE TOWARD A DESTINATION. It took me quite a while to understand what he meant. I still need to constantly remind myself of his advice.
Thank you for that advice - I try to remember in order to phrase better!