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 Post subject: Op.64, No.3
PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:08 am 
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Having trouble uploading again. I re-recorded this waltz a bit faster and with more rubato. Is it any better?

Chopin - Waltz Op.64 No.3


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 Post subject: Oops!`
PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:49 pm 
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Embarrassed myself again. I remembered a "little slip" near the end of this piece that wasn't too bad. WRONG!! Sorry about the MAJOR DISASTER in the "codetta" section, or is it too short to refer to even as a "little codettatica"? Anyway if you think it's worth another try, I'll do it over.
John


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I think you are definitely putting more feeling into this and I liked your dynamics and tempo. The left hand sounded a bit heavy to me. Your other waltz was much better regarding this, so I know you can do it here, too. If you re-do this waltz, perhaps you can think about a lighter touch on the left hand.

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 Post subject: Thanls
PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 4:54 pm 
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Thanks, pianolady. When I listened to it again I noticed the "heavy" left hand. Thanks for your suggestion. I'll try it again when I have a chance.

By the way I've enjoyed listening to several of your "performances" and thought they were quite good. I enjoy your careful, sensitive approach. I've tried to send you messages about each of your recent recordings, but am still learning how to use this site.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 11:34 am 
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It's a shame about the couple of flubs in the last bars, but nothing worth calling a disaster (if you want to hear what a major disaster sounds like, listen to some of my recordings e.g. the finale of the Liadov Variations where I am completely off the rails for a bar or two, talk about embarrassing :lol: ).

As we surprisingly did not have this Waltz yet, I have put this up the site, along with the 69.2 and 70.2. But if you want to redo the 64.3, no problem.

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