>Bar 25 and 44 - Last LH note should be d flat, not d natural
Bar 93 - LH low note should be d, not b flat
The Chopin's Mazurka (I'll send you the re-recorded), the Robert's Polska: there is ever
a D missing or in a wrong place....
> Actually I was working on this same piece for recording a while ago, but sort of left it when Setrak submitted his recording....
Also I made this consideration. I've sent it only because it was an already done recording.
And now we have 2 very good ones, and it could only get worse
Better than Setrak I think is really difficult. And Gardel's one is IMHO very interesting.
> The agitato starting in bar 107 is rushed to the point of being ugly.
Yes, it is a real (or too much real) agitato.
> In bar 254 and from there, the rhythm is strangely lopsided, almost like a dotted rhythm.
I deliberately tend to a division 35-35-30 of the three demiquavers.
> Bar 180/181: why on earth do you play these connections notes forte ???
See in my comment of the piece. The bells, Pletnev, Aleksandr Blok....
>In bar 206 you seem to disregard the sforzando.
It's only more weighted than susequent note in the melody. The climax has passed with the end of
> In bar 245 and similar bars you do not, or not properly, play the dotted LH rhythm.
here (and only here) I do not understand. Which dotted rythm?
> In general, all the interpretational quirks make your interpretation sound a bit fragmented.
This is a fact. In a certain measure, I too think so. But I hope to find some particular
expressive details phrase-by-phrase, and let the listener to re-built the complexive structure.
Thank you for all your considerations, and All best,