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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 12:09 pm 
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:lol: :lol:
You must be fast around here.


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Well you know what they say .... "If you think before you speak, the other guy gets his joke in first" :P

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!! That's me screaming.
I am so damn frustrated. I've been trying to re-record the second movement and it's getting worse. Then I tried recording a Nocturne thinking it would calm me down, but it's not - it's going downhill too. I'm giving up for today and going shopping instead. You can go ahead and put up the original recordings. Also I found the mazurka 33/3. http://pianosociety.com/new/phpBB2/download.php?id=273.

I hope that worked and I didn't just send you off to outerspace. :) (See, I'm going off my rocker now. Better leave the house for awhile)


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Nice playing. Of course they are good enough to go up the site even though there are a details that can be improved. I played your recordings for the children at the breakfast table this morning and my daughter sang along :). I told her that they are pieces that a little older children than she is often learn and she went off to play scales ;). Thanks for encouraging her!

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Techneut, either you didn't see my last post, or you really hate my playing. Whatever the case, I'm glad you didn't put up my clementi because I just re-recorded the Rondo section. If it's okay, you can put up the first movement from before and use this second Rondo recording.


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pianolady wrote:
Techneut, either you didn't see my last post, or you really hate my playing. Whatever the case, I'm glad you didn't put up my clementi because I just re-recorded the Rondo section. If it's okay, you can put up the first movement from before and use this second Rondo recording.

Say, give me a break... I was going to put up that Mazurka, but did not have time until now. I'm working on it.

BTW - If I hate your playing I'll tell you.

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Ok, they're up, as is the Mazurka. Please check for any possible mistakes. If you have a cover and/or text for the Sonatinas page I would be glad to use that.

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Thank you.


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I started brushing up another sonatina and remembered you asked about the cover of the book. I'm attaching it, but you may not want to use it because it has seen better days. Also, I had to block out the name that was written on top and you can maybe see that there's tape holding the book together. But look at the price. Can't beat that, huh? Anyway, here it is. You're better at erasing things than I am, so maybe you can fix it up. If not, then just throw it away.


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That's a fine image, thanks. I have updated the page with it :

http://pianosociety.com/cms/index.php?section=863

I like these covers that have seen some usage, it gives a bit of a personal touch. You did not have to block out the name, I could have erased that like I did the yellow marker stripes now.
Yeah, great price indeed. You can see some ridiculous prices too on the many covers I scanned from my collection. Good old days... But ok, now we have the Internet.

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Ah the Sonatines. I used to love them when I played them. I recorded this Sonatine more than two years ago and it's probably one of my first recordings, but I lost it :( :( :( :( :( .

I enjoyed the recording! The smooth lines were good. I would only pay a little more attention to the articulation and play it a little more accurate on some spots and probably speed it up a little. Furthermore a very nice recording!

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lol_nl wrote:
I would only pay a little more attention to the articulation and play it a little more accurate on some spots and probably speed it up a little.


Is that all? :lol:
I'm kidding, lol_nl. Thanks for listening. I appreciate every comment.

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