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Chopin Etude Op. 10, No1 (High-Octane)

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Chopin Etude Op. 10, No1 (High-Octane)

Postby PJF » 11 Jan 2007, 15:21

Hide the children! :lol: I went a little crazy with the tempo today. This is what I do before attempting an artistic rendition @ full tempo. My goal is to record a musical, note-perfect performance at 176.

http://star.walagata.com/w/lapeter/Chop ... ournet.MP3
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Postby johnmar78 » 15 Jan 2007, 22:42

hey Pete, its pity no one noticed you. except the crazy twos...working on op10/1 heeeeeeee.

So far so good, I am on stage three now. 126.
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Postby PJF » 15 Jan 2007, 23:33

Oh, I suppose I'll get noticed eventually...if I can get the notes right. :lol:
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Postby johnmar78 » 16 Jan 2007, 22:54

I suppose, the recorded cd and the real person in concert are two differnt things. On concert, if have one chance only. While doing recording..you have more chances. So you are playing with probability of hitting wrong notes. As fater you go, the fast you are on the edge of collapse... :lol:
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Postby PJF » 17 Jan 2007, 21:57

This etude could be the closest thing to skydiving whilst in recital. :lol:
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