Richard, eat your words!

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Re: Richard, eat your words!

Postby jim_24601 » Mon Jun 13, 2011 4:05 pm

A good performance, Richard. I too know the frustration of trying to get a beautiful sound out of an old upright that has seen better days :)

I tend to agree with the other commenters. Technically it's good, aside a couple of rhythm slips and whatever happened in that lower octave--it does sound like you split a note there, which is easy to do, although it might have been a recording glitch. The thing that detracts from it as a performance is that it's a bit too metronomic. Others have given you better advice than I could on that score, so I won't insult you by going over it again. I look forward to hearing your revised take.

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Re: Richard, eat your words!

Postby richard66 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:47 am

It is in the making.
Richard Willmer
"Please do not shoot the pianist
He is doing his best."
Oscar Wilde: Impressions of America: Leadville

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