Op.34, No.3

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Op.34, No.3

Postby John Robson » Thu Feb 08, 2007 5:00 pm

I tried to upload this fun little waltz last night during and "insomnia attach," but I kept losing my connection to the Piano Society. I'll try again now.

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Postby techneut » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:33 pm

This one is complete, praise be :wink:

Largely the same comments as I had for the other Waltz, except this one is more sloppy. A bit too many slips, and too little actual sound - in the A section the RH produces just a bunch of notes pattering about without much meaning or cohesion. This is not the best of Waltzes, and needs more accuracy, brilliance and power to be convincing. In general you need to work on a firmer touch, as some notes are unaudible. Your firm rhythm is again an asset, but you could apply some more rubato especially in the middle section.

There seems to be a very solid base though, and with some work this can be great.
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