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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 7:00 pm 
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Hi guys,
here is my interpretation of Chopins dog chasing its own tail......

I hope you like it..

Chopin - Op.64 no.1, Waltz in D-flat major


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:48 am 
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You play with great speed. Reminds me a little bit like Rubinstein (or is it Rubenstein?) I think it is time to move on with a new piece. Well done.

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juufa72 wrote:
You play with great speed. Reminds me a little bit like Rubinstein (or is it Rubenstein?) I think it is time to move on with a new piece. Well done.


thanks Jufa, icould play faster..but I think I might miss the point. The dog becomes frenzy crazy...
Yes, i am working on NEW pieceS. I kept this as a supprise....


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That was really nice, Johnmar. I think the dog really did catch his own tail. Good job!

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pianolady wrote:
That was really nice, Johnmar. I think the dog really did catch his own tail. Good job!


nice to hear from you Monica :wink:


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Not bad at all John and the recording is up site. One thing I can recommend is to mark the last chord a bit better to make the end more distinct.

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