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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 6:42 pm 
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Arggghhhh.... The Return Of The Ultimate Version........ :x

BTW Can you get your quote function sorted out please. Your postings are hard enough to decipher without all the nested quotes.
See : http://server3.pianosociety.com/new/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=589

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 Post subject: Re: Chopin Etude op25/9 Butterfly----final version II
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johnmar78 wrote:
Hi Guys,
I have choosen a balance between speed and musicality....this is my interpretation of chopins "butterfly" etude...

I hope you like it.

Thanks

Chopin Etude op25/9 Butterfly----final version II


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I hope this is right, htm off.


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Great.

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techneut wrote:
MindenBlues wrote:
On some places it sounds a bit doggerel


Doggerel :D That is a most wonderful word I must admit I did not know, and certainly will remember, if only to throw into a conversation every now and then. Quite appropriate here even though according to Wikipedia it pertains to literature, not music.


I wished my English would be a bit better. Often I seem to miss the correct translation :oops: I meant a bit jolty or bumpy. And yes, I recognized also missing notes, but overall the recording sounds well to me, and at the end I agree upon what John said:

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