thank you all for the warm comments
Only thing I would say about this performance is that you seem to be very 'close to the keys'. A bit more air and bounce would make it sound even more Mozartian
that is exactely the same thing my teacher said to me after the competition. and i am of the same opinion... i was a bit scared and nervous, because this was my first piece at this competition, and i did not want to risk something... the liszt etude i played after the fantasia (yes a liszt etude at a mozart competition^^) was very free and with much more risk and fun
Been taking lessons I guess ? That would explain. So how did you do on that competition ?
i changed my teacher. now i get my lessons from a concert pianist. i think that explains, why i have developed so well. it is a huge difference between my new teacher and my old one
and yeah,i did very well at this competition. i won the first prize, which might also have something to do with the liszt etude (sounded very impressing i guess)
Anyway it's very good and I will put this up the site if you want.
this would be great. it will make me very proud to see my interpretation of mozart among so many other brilliant mozart-recordings
thanks a lot.
Btw, did you add reverb? I can't really hear, it sounds very living room-like .
i did not add anything to this recording. should i?
and, actually, the room, where the competition took place, was living- room-sized. it was very small, but the piano was quite good