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 Post subject: Re: Chopin Mazurkas (COMPLETE) Yay!!
PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 11:11 am 
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What about Haydns "Abschiedssymphonie" ("Symphony of Farewell), Nr. 45 in f-sharp-minor. It´s availabe on imslp.org:
http://imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/a ... _hands.pdf
I would very much like to play the first movement. It´s one of my favourite Haydn-symphony. Do you have a recording of the original? I think, this is very important to know how it sounds originally. I think, it´s not a too hard one. But you have to judge it, of course.

Seems that all the arrangements by Hugo Ulrich are availabe on imslp.org. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Chopin Mazurkas (COMPLETE) Yay!!
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Ok, yes I can see the piece on IMSLP. It looks fine. The first movement is not that long and I'm sure I could play it. So, which part would you like me to play?

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 Post subject: Re: Chopin Mazurkas (COMPLETE) Yay!!
PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 9:04 pm 
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Ok, yes I can see the piece on IMSLP. It looks fine. The first movement is not that long and I'm sure I could play it. So, which part would you like me to play?


Fine, that you want to play it with me. :D I would like to play Secondo, because I always did it, when I have played it with Franz, would you mind to play the Primo-part? I will start to practise tomorrow and I wil also look for a right tempo for the metronome, so that we have a common orientation. If we will have found a common tempo, may be you could record your part first, because you have most of the melody and main-voices. My part contains more of the accompaniment. I wil record my part while listening to your part. What do you think?

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 Post subject: Re: Chopin Mazurkas (COMPLETE) Yay!!
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Andreas, is it okay with you if we continue this discussion in a new thread? I do not wish to have my mazurka thread brought up to the top anymore. Tomorrow I will make a new thread - I have a couple questions for you. Bye-bye for now.

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 Post subject: Re: Chopin Mazurkas (COMPLETE) Yay!!
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Andreas, is it okay with you if we continue this discussion in a new thread? I do not wish to have my mazurka thread brought up to the top anymore. Tomorrow I will make a new thread - I have a couple questions for you. Bye-bye for now.


Of course, it makes sense to create a new thread for our four hands project. I attend your questions. I suggest, after having arrived to an agreement concerning the right tempo, we should not record it with metronome in the background, because it will become probably a bit too unmusical. Do some agogic, rubati, please. I will try to feel into your interpretation and to play synchronically with you (hope it will work). I think, that would be better than our quite "metronomical" playing in the Rachmaninof-pieces. In every case an attempt is worthwhile, isn´t it?

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