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watch piano videos!    17:21 on Saturday, March 11, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

icarus
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I have some videos of me playing the piano. The Rachmaninoff C# minor Prelude, the Gb major Schubert impromptu, and some on-the-spot improvisation. You can watch them at http://www.icarus3.com in the Music/Videos section. Hope you'll have time to tell me what you think.
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Re: watch piano videos!    17:40 on Sunday, March 19, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

icarus
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I have quite a lot of piano sheet music. What are you looking for?

Why don't you sign up on my website (http://www.icarus3.com) and post a thread/message in the forum asking for what you need (and why not introduce yourself too in the relevant forum as I'd love to hear more about you).

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Re: watch piano videos!    00:06 on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

vjn316
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Hey,

I have played Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor, and how you played it was great. I have only two or three things that I found wrong with it, and most of it was in the way you interpereted it. The first thing that struck out at me was in the first and third section of the song, where the chord progression is: G# min, A, F# min, G# min, E, F# min, Eb min Dim; and the other one in that section similar to that, the way I interperet it, and played it was more of a rubato and just a break from the song. You wavered a little bit on the tempo in that part which is good, but your timing over all in the whole piece is meticilous, it must be one of your stong points. The second thing that struck out to me was inbetween the second and third part where there are three notes in the bass of A G# and C#, I like that part to be slower and more dramatic. But I enjoyed hearing how other people interperet the piece, and I hope I can hear you again.

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Re: watch piano videos!    00:06 on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

vjn316
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Hey,

I have played Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor, and how you played it was great. I have only two or three things that I found wrong with it, and most of it was in the way you interpereted it. The first thing that struck out at me was in the first and third section of the song, where the chord progression is: G# min, A, F# min, G# min, E, F# min, Eb min Dim; and the other one in that section similar to that, the way I interperet it, and played it was more of a rubato and just a break from the song. You wavered a little bit on the tempo in that part which is good, but your timing over all in the whole piece is meticilous, it must be one of your stong points. The second thing that struck out to me was inbetween the second and third part where there are three notes in the bass of A G# and C#, I like that part to be slower and more dramatic. But I enjoyed hearing how other people interperet the piece, and I hope I can hear you again.

   

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