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 Post subject: Beethoven 2nd Mvmt of Pathetique Sonata
PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2007 3:03 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Beethoven 2nd Mvmt of Pathetique Sonata
PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2007 5:11 am 
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Notable slip in the bass at 2:15; ah well, it happens. Reading error in the repeated bass chord at 3:04 (sorry, I don't have the score or a keyboard handy to be more specific about which note's the culprit). The wiggly figuration after the four-on-three at 4:50 is missing the opening Bb and departs the C too soon for my taste, the result feels "bouncy" and in the wrong style.

These errors are only noticeable because everything else is just right. :-)


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Aside from the couple of slips, which you cover up pretty well, the only thing I heard to niggle about is the tempo at 1:37. You slow down quite a bit there - I don't show any markings for this, but maybe I just don't understand the score well enough to know better. I haven't heard it that way before. It's not bad, just different (for me) that's all.
I think you are very good at bringing out the melody line in all sections.

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Thanks for the kind words, but I've posted the wrong version! I think I may have accidentally deleted the good one. :x

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PJF wrote:
Thanks for the kind words, but I've posted the wrong version! I think I may have accidentally deleted the good one. :x

Silly boy :P
And emptied your Recycle Bin as well haven't you ?

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