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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2006 9:14 pm 
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This is worlds better than the first. Notes and rhythm being right, now interpretation can start !
I still dislike the way you abrubtly take away the sound between the long phrases. This happens first at 0:18 (sounds rather like an edit !?) and two times later, and it is really ugly. Let that sound run its course, and quickly change pedal on the next chord.

Now what you need to do is make it calm and relaxed. Indeed a bit slower, but that is probably not enough. I can't precisely point out what else you need, but it sounds not calm right now. It does not sound as if you feel and live that piece, and are touched by it. If you get involved, get beyond and behind the notes, it will come to you. Or it may not - in which case I don't know ...

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thanks.. right at 0.18..there is a pause.....one beat. I thougt i better lift the pedal the sound should not carry over to next bar?? Agree or not.

I played 1.20 not too slow as compared to the profeesionals-1.m 24sec the one i am using. So you want a slower slower one. I should do more experiment.....

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Smooth, dark, red wine. And turn all the lights off and put a lit silver candelabra on the piano.

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pianolady wrote:
Smooth, dark, red wine. And turn all the lights off and put a lit silver candelabra on the piano.


You indeed a very creative woman........haaaaaaaa


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Sounds MUCH better than the first take. Can't understand why you did not presented it in this form already the first time. Doesn't it sound also far better to you?

What I can imagine now is that the melody line (on some places it is always the same note) stands out better. But not through playing it louder, instead the accompaignment softer. And it would be top, if you could give the melody line a dynamic contour with soft begin and end and a climax in the middle, not strong, but audible. Otherwise I have no more wishes :D . Expression is always personal taste!

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