You know, I imagined that one could dance to them.
My idea: more one piece is small and simple in his instrumental suit (as x example
"The Seasons" of Coski and "Lyric pieces" of Grieg, and some of early Scriabin's Mazurkas,
and also your pieces, and a lot of music relatively simply and direct) more "important" one
must think they are, and consequently approach and play them.
Your playing is more fresh and direct, as (you write) one could dance to them.
In my version this is not possible, as it's not possible with Chopin's or Scriabin's Mazurkas.
>I do not say it is wrong and am just happy that someone took the time to actually play them at all and I thank you Sandro a lot for that!
And I am happy to play them. Also my wife and friends enjoyed them.
> In the Polka, you play a bass key wrong in bar 18, 26 etc. and everywhere as that repeats.
Incredible! It's so more logis and easy to play the correct note.....
Too much Scarlatti in these days.
>In the Waltz, I am not sure you make the descending diminuendo scale which appears first time in bar 26 right...or perhaps it is me who plays that different than I once wrote in the score.
Here I play as written in pdf.
>Shall I put them up on the site?