Musette in D by J.S.Bach
for Piano 
 85 votes,   Average: 3.98   Plays: 14570

Me playing in my new home, on my new piano ^_^, added a elaborate ending to a not so elaborate song... first time have played in a couple years,trying to get back into playing and improving site reading...enjoy.


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True, all very true.
15 years ago

Hey, thanks for the reviews. Music is just that music to the beholder, some will like the ending others want, sure missed some repeats, all repeats are optional. As far as dynamics, as your probably aware, recording through a voice microphone stacked on top of the piano in addition to the windows sound recorder nutralizes all voulme/dynamics automatically when increasing voume. The dynamics therefore, kind of go out the door.
15 years ago

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Sorry, but I am a music purist, and the Musette is a sort of folk dance, so this piece should be played more slowly. Dynamics are also very important. Some may disagree, but I feel that the ending doesn't quite match the rest of the piece. I think you also skipped the repeats.
15 years ago

Wow. I don't even like Bach's writing but you made me like this piece with the way you played it. It was very nice, and I could feel the bounciness I guess the composer was going for. It sounded classical, without the blocky and unform control typical of classical composers. It was very nice.

I loved the ending. You kind of put a romantic twist on the end of a classical piece and though it was surprising and took me of guard, it did it in a good way and added to the general feel of the piece, tying the end together nicely. It was unexpected and daring, but executed flawlessly.

Great job! Looking forward to seeing--hearing more.
15 years ago

i like the ending, really cool
15 years ago


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