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#1931139 - 07/23/12 06:42 AM Kinderszenen  
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Sorry about the low quality of the recording equipment at this point. I really need to invest in some soon.

Here are two pieces from Kinderszenen I recorded at church yesterday. Comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.

Traumerei Op.15 no. 7

Kind im Einsclummern Op. 15 no. 12





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#1931972 - 07/24/12 06:09 PM Re: Kinderszenen [Re: pianogirl13669]  
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Hi pianogirl! I listened to Traumerei. Very nice. I saw you shake your head at 1:21.. yes, a little flub, but not that noticeable so don't worry about it! smile

It was a little difficult with the recording/microphone to discern dynamics, but I liked your interpretation very much. The only suggestion I might have would be to watch your hand position. I saw a few times there was a backwards curve in your hand, where your wrists were very high and your first knuckles were bent backwards to keep your fingers in proper playing position. Be careful of this..


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#1932428 - 07/25/12 08:40 PM Re: Kinderszenen [Re: Derulux]  
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Thank you! I will look at that. I'm glad I made video. I noticed a few things I wasn't aware of.


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#1955007 - 09/06/12 05:53 PM Re: Kinderszenen [Re: pianogirl13669]  
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Traumerai is a bit overplayed for my taste, but loved the "child falling asleep"... Havent heard it for a while... Brings back memories...
You have a natural touch for this kind of music I think. Not too much emotinality not too much drama. Just beautiful, plain and simple as it should be played - like a child falling asleep

:-)


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