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 Post subject: Mozart-Concert K467- (III) Allegro vivace assai, R.Carnevale
PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2006 9:23 pm 
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...finally, the III mov. (Allegro vivace assai).
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Mozart-Concert K467- (III) Allegro vivace assai, R.Carnevale, piano & conduct - Amadeus Chamb. Orchestra


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Whoa. When is your next concert? A world-class performance!

a bientot,

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Who conducted? (Duh, sorry! I should've gotten that.)


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well done.

Remember, the amatenurs get the notes right but professionals tried not to get the notes wrong.


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Who conducted?

Pete, learn to read ...... It says R.Carnevale, piano & conduct

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Remember, the amatenurs get the notes right but professionals tried not to get the notes wrong.

:? You are not making any sense at all johnmar .....

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Johnmar is obviously doing his George Bush impersonation. (Sorry, JM, I couldn't help it.) :lol:


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techneut wrote:
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Remember, the amatenurs get the notes right but professionals tried not to get the notes wrong.

:? You are not making any sense at all johnmar .....



Come on guys,,,this was taken from my music friends...a famous speech.---concert pianist and tuner.
He meant...we tried to play the notes correctly but rhythmic wise inaccurate, on the other hand, the professional they played both notes and rhythm correct. Sometimes like us(myself), I played the notes right but rhythmically incorrect. That makes the difference....


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Yep, Allegro vivace assai - that was really very lively played!

A bit strange - that movement sounds softer played to me than the 2nd movement. Or different recording volume adjustments? You let end the concerto also surprisingly soft on piano.

Beside this, you can play the runs like pearls on a necklase, you can let the piano sing - your piano playing is incredible profound.

Pete is right, a world-class performance!

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