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 Post subject: burgmullar op100-Courant Limpide
PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 5:50 pm 
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Hi i Guys. I redid this last night, and checked the score again. I have a repeat sign on bar 8(end of section A) and also the "fine"sign. At the section B, there is no repeat sign but rather "decapo"-means go back to beginning and finish on bar 8 which is the end of section A-"fine".

It is obvious the score "repeat sign" is differnt to Robert's version.(repeat on section B).


It was a difficult decision to choose the best one out of mine best two takes yesterday.
I also used some pedal to create the "Limpide" effect. I find that playing without using pedal is a bit dry.......
I hope you enjoy this this time.


Thanks

Burgmüller Etüdes


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2007 9:24 am 
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Sounds lovely to me! Nothing to niggle, only to praise :D

Do you really tune the piano yourself? That sounds perfectly tuned to me!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2007 12:45 pm 
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What a sweet little piece. Never heard it before, but it sounds fine to me too.

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A lot better and it is up on the site. Another 17 to go!

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Yes this sounded a whole lot better than previous - now it's doing justice to the title. A moment of uncertainty near the end, and or two inaudible notes, but otherwise well done.

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thank everyone. and to Chris too.
A lot better and it is up on the site. Another 17 to go!

I think, its time to do for me to do your polka..I give it Burgmuller a break.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2007 5:52 pm 
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MindenBlues wrote:
Sounds lovely to me! Nothing to niggle, only to praise :D

Do you really tune the piano yourself? That sounds perfectly tuned to me!


no bs from me. I do really tune my piano. Once its settled. No need to touch for few week or longer.
I used two tunning forks instead of one. Higher C and mmidlle A at concert pitch(440). I use A to double check.


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