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 Post subject: no more extra rain drops
PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:28 pm 
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Hi guys, thanks for pointing out in my last rain drop submmision. So I did one more best take(in 2 hours). To correct all my errors. This time I compared with the score carefully.

Admin edit: replaced attachment by live link : Chopin Prelude Op.28 No.15 (Raindrop)


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Really good. Could just listen to it in background at work but I did not spot any immediate mistakes and the interpretation is overall good. Bravo!

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 12:42 pm 
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Much better, Johnmar. All the right amount of raindrops! And I think the "pretty parts" were more relaxed and soothing too. Good job!


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Yes, all raindrops are there and the melody comes out also really good. Definitely an improvement, well done!

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I've said this already; but every time I hear you play, you sound almost like a completely different pianist. Major improvements in the B section's rhythm and the A sections' bel canto were most notable. Dynamically, technically, emotionally; your musical skills increase steadily. I'm impressed and delighted.

Pete

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thanks ALL. All comes down to mental agility..... but i am tired now... :lol:


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I forgot to mention that this version is now up the site.

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