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 Post subject: more Burgmullar op100
PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 5:51 pm 
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Hi Guys, here comes more finger fiddling etudes.


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I know where I heard this before...I used to play the "ballade" when I took piano lessons. It was in one of my "Alfred's Piano Library" books.

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good job Jufa, this etudes are deceptively simple but its quite a fiddling from open hands(chopin ,liszt,Grieg, to closed hand positions. This just shows how flexiable your hands need to be.


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Nice job, John. I did not hear a single mistake. Your technique sounded right on, as well as your dynamics.

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thanks Monica, I thought, its about time for me to revamp these old tunes.


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johnmar78 wrote:
good job Jufa, this etudes are deceptively simple but its quite a fiddling from open hands(chopin ,liszt,Grieg, to closed hand positions. This just shows how flexiable your hands need to be.


When I say, "played them" I did not mean perfect them with perfect technique. I was a young lad with various mistakes and flexible tempo.

Ahh yes that reminds me of an old song by Alphaville "Forever Young" :lol: :wink: 8) :x

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Well played, dynamically and rhythmically seen.
The pieces itself are quite flattish from the composition, but that's not your fault.

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ok john,

I only listen to the arabeque very carefully and I think it's well played but you need to play all the notes in the right speed listen to yourself!

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i hope you did not miss the "rit" section in the score..


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2007 11:25 am 
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Yes, well played even if your contrary-motion scales in the 'progres' sound a bit uncomfortable.
The 'petite reunion' has a slip at 1:10 which I think you should have corrected (in simple stuff like this, slips cannot really be excused). Apart from that, all sounds quite note perfect, though I do not know these pieces and have not checked with a score. Rhythmically good too, though I have a feeling you could put somehow a bit more sparkle into these little trifles (honestly, they need that).

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ok ok. thank you every one..


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They are up on the site.

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