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Schumann -Piano Music for Children (Analysis)
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Can't wait! Heres a link to the individual files. Originally Posted by chopinoholic. Pianamateur - Papillons, op.
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Just to get through such a 13 minute Schumann piece is a formidable task and for the most parts you played very confidently. And btw, for the most parts I enjoyed the acoustic version more, even if it wasn't as smooth. As much as I would like to keep listening, must go, have a date Thanks for reviewing, Outo! The longer I play this piece, the more I hear in it. I still have some areas that need tweaking, but hopefully by November it will be more refined!
X26 My YouTube Channel. Very impressive recital. Only listened to about a dozen so far, all very high quality.
Congrats to all participants for taking on Schumann, who I always find extremely difficult. Consolation No. Debussy Estonia L This is so fun to listen to!!
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The wildest mix of levels I have ever heard All very inspiring. Everything is in it: short term goals, long term goals, and "some time in the year " goals Most of all very pleasant music, some of you make it sound effortless. I would like to say to all of you: Thanks so much for participating! What a challenge! To the teachers and advanced players who took part, thanks so much for playing this beautiful music for all of us to enjoy!
What a wonderful recital! Thank you, Morodiene, for putting yourself out to fire us up and for doing the admin and thanks to Sam also who I imagine is the ever-present technician. The only blot on this otherwise fantastic collection of music and performances is that of my own contribution which pains me every bit as much as having to look at an unflattering photo of myself the only kind there is! Also, I will be wondering why the piece I spent the most time on is the one which causes me most grief.
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But thanks to everyone else - talent in all shapes and sizes - every performance ringing with commitment and dedication. I hadn't realised what a gem Schumann really is - there are so many pieces here that I would like and intend to play the simpler ones! I'll be listening often to this recital. Thank you Morodiene for leading this event and all the work it takes to pull it off. Attached is my attempt at Schumann's Cradle Song. Clara liked to play this much faster but I've rocked babies and felt it needed a more gentle feel plus no one ever accuses me of playing too fast.
I've learned a lot in playing this one Had trouble with recording since I only do it for the PW events and have to relearn it every time so hope the sound quality is adequate. Wise as in learner Buff as in Colorado Buffalo. Thanks for that WiseBuff, I was about to file a complaint but this makes up for it beautiful song this really is a song isn't it? What a wonderful start to the day it's been, listening to so many gems in this recital! After seven months of playing Schumann and thinking that I'll enjoy a good break after it's over I now find, only a few hours on, that my dance card is filling up with a dozen more Schumann compulsories.
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There's no way I'm going to comment individually on over 80 pieces but every piece I've listened to so far is glistening with enthusiasm and demonstrating clearly the hours and efforts that have been expended. Thanks to all the participants, to Morodiene and to Sam S. Karen, it was beautiful. First time hearing the piece. Your piano sounds good and loved your careful and sensitive touch. Haven't heard any of these pieces from op. Valencia - Davidsbuendlertaenze Op.
The tempo changes must be difficult to pull off. Richard zrtf90 - Davidsbuendlertaenze op. Richard zrtf90 - Davidsbuendlertaenze, Op. Richard zrtf90 - Davidsbuendlertaenze Op. Some of them sounded really difficult, but your playing was fine, no matter the tempo. I liked nr. It's pity that we couldn't do the whole op. So went to YT to listen to the whole thing.
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But sometimes it was like listening to racing, so fast For my non-Schumann trained ears you guys played fast enough. I'm kind of jumping around in the recital For some reason my favorite opuses weren't completed You played the light figurations beautifully! Captivating as you say This morning I could listen to the first seven entries, Papillons and Davidsbuendlertaenze; then my smartphone ran out of battery Now I'm back home and I'm listening to timmyab, pieces Carnival op.
Such a great start is intimidating, really! I will not comment individually each entry, I'm definitely non competent when the level is so high! I hope in op.
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