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 Post subject: Liszt Consolation No2
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:02 pm 
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Hi Guys,
This is my interpretation of Liszt consolation no2, I hope you like it.

Sorry for the spelling error.


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That was nice, John. Good job bringing out the LH melody line.

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pianolady wrote:
That was nice, John. Good job bringing out the LH melody line.


thank you madam.


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Yes, pretty good and steady. None of the rhythmical instabilities that I used to pick at in earlier recordings of yours :D I think I heard a few slips and misreadings in the reprise but would need to check with the score - no time for that now. But nothing that is disturbing. There could perhaps be some more freedom and romantique, but (as with Mocica's Nocturne), steady does it.
Good job John !

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Sounds nice to me too - good job!

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techneut wrote:
(as with Mocica's Nocturne)

Who? :lol:

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pianolady wrote:
techneut wrote:
(as with Mocica's Nocturne)

Who? :lol:

Surely you know her, Nelly Mocica, that famous Chopin pianist ? Specializes in Mazurkas and Nocturnes. :lol:

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 Post subject: Nuttin'
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Good job, John.


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techneut wrote:
Yes, pretty good and steady. None of the rhythmical instabilities that I used to pick at in earlier recordings of yours :D I think I heard a few slips and misreadings in the reprise but would need to check with the score - no time for that now. But nothing that is disturbing. There could perhaps be some more freedom and romantique, but (as with Mocica's Nocturne), steady does it.
Good job John !



heee heeee, Chris. I used the score same as the one on the piano society. I am sure I checked very thing. I perhaps not enogh use of rubato or rush in tempo in some sections...but it up to individual opnion. At least I am happy.


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Finally remembered to put this up the site .... :oops:

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techneut wrote:
Finally remembered to put this up the site .... :oops:


not all people liked my interpretation, even my long time friends. And thank you .


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 Post subject: Nelly Mocica
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techneut wrote:
pianolady wrote:
techneut wrote:
(as with Mocica's Nocturne)

Who? :lol:

Surely you know her, Nelly Mocica, that famous Chopin pianist ? Specializes in Mazurkas and Nocturnes. :lol:


Yes, we are well aware of this particular brilliant pianist from the neighbouring USA. As well, similar to the announcement today that American musician, Britney Spears, is reportedly refusing to wear any clothing in her own home and is now talking in a variety of funny voices (yes, this for real -- announced today), it has also been reported that American classical pianist, Mocica, does all of her recordings in her own home while wearing nothing but pajamas...and does a good job of cantabile voicing.


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 Post subject: Re: Nelly Mocica
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Yes, we are well aware of this particular brilliant pianist from the neighbouring USA. As well, similar to the announcement today that American musician, Britney Spears, is reportedly refusing to wear any clothing in her own home and is now talking in a variety of funny voices (yes, this for real -- announced today), it has also been reported that American classical pianist, Mocica, does all of her recordings in her own home while wearing nothing but pajamas...and does a good job of cantabile voicing.[/quote]

:lol: woah, your research is very good and co incident with my own style(no cloths on). I think the aim for this is to dissapate heat from body and full relaxzation as practicle as possible.


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Nicole, you're cracking me up. But I'm just a plain old normal housewife. Let me know if you ever have to come to Chicago so we can get together and talk about all these goofy, nutty guys around here. :lol:

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