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#2036290 - 02/20/13 09:57 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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You're a glutton for punishment, Euan! laugh (I've still got some Croatian Rhapsody PTSD of my own...)

So far I think this book has a larger number of fairly easy pieces compared to Nightbook. Yay.

I was working on Underwood yesterday, and I noticed that the transcription was missing some of the left hand action that he played in the "Live From Home" concert. I may try to pick it out by ear, as the sheet music is so plain it comes across as a bit repetitive.


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#2036511 - 02/20/13 05:07 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Euan Morrison]  
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Originally Posted by Euan Morrison


I think I will start with Experience


Yikes. I have the sheet music book too, Experience is for the experienced I think, or was that the meaning of your smiley face. Based on Monica's comments, and a look in the book, Underwood looks OK for me to get started. LH looks easy smile and it sounds nice.

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Just ordered Time Lapse...

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I fully expect to be ordering many books after the concert next month. Can't wait!


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Originally Posted by Allard
I fully expect to be ordering many books after the concert next month. Can't wait!


Now if only they would make it spiral bound...:)

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Originally Posted by spanishbuddha
Originally Posted by Euan Morrison


I think I will start with Experience


Yikes. I have the sheet music book too, Experience is for the experienced I think, or was that the meaning of your smiley face. Based on Monica's comments, and a look in the book, Underwood looks OK for me to get started. LH looks easy smile and it sounds nice.


After about an hour of finger-crunching practice on Experience, all I have to say is.....


.......


Time Lapse is a really nice piece of music, I think I might learn that one first wink

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Originally Posted by Allard
I fully expect to be ordering many books after the concert next month. Can't wait!


Bring your cash with you to the concert and buy them all there, and you'll be able to get them autographed by Ludovico himself. smile


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#2036982 - 02/21/13 02:47 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Is there an errata site for Einaudi's sheet music?

I received the Nightbook book on Monday from book depository (thanks CarlosCC). It keeps drawing me from my "assigned" practice---I should focus on one piece in the book rather than stumbling through sight reading too many of them.

I think there are a few errors in the book, not many but at least one that I'm sure of, the 5th bar on the last section in Indaco has a G as the first note in the left hand which doesn't sound right. I think it should be an A. I searched the web, but no quick luck.

Has anyone here noted any problems, or is just my ears?








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Originally Posted by stumbler
Is there an errata site for Einaudi's sheet music?

I received the Nightbook book on Monday from book depository (thanks CarlosCC). It keeps drawing me from my "assigned" practice---I should focus on one piece in the book rather than stumbling through sight reading too many of them.

I think there are a few errors in the book, not many but at least one that I'm sure of, the 5th bar on the last section in Indaco has a G as the first note in the left hand which doesn't sound right. I think it should be an A. I searched the web, but no quick luck.

Has anyone here noted any problems, or is just my ears?


Hi stumbler,
I have the "Nightbook" book and was looking for the section you were saying and I have difficulty finding that specific mistake.

Let's try this:
1 - Look at this sheet, and try to point where do you think there is a mistake.
Indaco - Sheet music

2 - Or, hear my submission to ABF recital #26 and tell me where (mm:ss) do you think your book has the mistake.
Indaco - CarlosCC ABF Recital #26

I hope I can help you. Indaco is great!


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#2037436 - 02/22/13 11:46 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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On the last page (p.25), third stave, fist bar, first note in the bass clef is a "G". To my ear this isn't what I am expecting. That is why I think this might be "A" instead.

On your recording this is around the 5:24 mark, but sounds fine. Are you playing "G" or "A"?


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#2037462 - 02/22/13 12:37 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: stumbler]  
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Originally Posted by stumbler
On the last page (p.25), third stave, fist bar, first note in the bass clef is a "G". To my ear this isn't what I am expecting. That is why I think this might be "A" instead.

On your recording this is around the 5:24 mark, but sounds fine. Are you playing "G" or "A"?


I have just been playing this session and you are absolutely right, it is an "A". I had not noticed!
I played "Indaco" by ear and I only used the book as a guide, which leads me to overlook these errors.

Sometimes it happens, but I always trust my instincts smile


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#2037485 - 02/22/13 01:12 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: CarlosCC]  
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Sometimes it is my ears or my expectations. There is a phrase in a Mendelssohn piece I am working on that sounded odd when I first started on the piece, but sounds fine to me now. That's why I put the question to the forum.

So I will ask another question, this time in regards to "In Principio". On the second page, second stave, second bar, in the treble clef, the right hand has an A sharp. My ear wants to play A natural instead. Have you played this piece, and if so, do you play A sharp as in the score?

My final question is in regards to "The Tower" --- which, given its level of difficulty, I don't expect to attempt very often. On the second page, second stave, first bar, in the bass, the score has F C F. Here my ear wants F C sharp F. Have you tried this piece, and if so do you play C natural or C sharp?




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#2037537 - 02/22/13 03:15 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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I don't know...
"In Principio" is in my "to-do" list, and I never played it. "Tower"? I never read the score.
And I'm sorry, I left home 1 hour ago, and I'm not be back until Sunday, so I can't check the book right now.

So, what I advice you, is to listen and watch carefully other players (in youtube?) and then, make your own decision. Play what you think it's right.
I think this is quite usual, because there are lots of errors in the sheets.

btw: One of the tricks I do is to ask to another person which version "sounds better". My daughter is always right smile


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#2037546 - 02/22/13 03:28 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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CarlosCC thanks for getting back to me. No problem, this isn't urgent. I was asking in the hope someone else had noticed the same things. I didn't want anyone to go to a lot of effort on this.

I don't think there are a lot of errors, possibly only these three. Overall quite good for 88 pages.


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#2037788 - 02/23/13 02:01 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Monica K.]  
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This forum has given me so much pleasure - and help - that I felt compelled to register, and then to write in to say thank you. A few years ago, newly retired, I decided that if I was ever going to learn to play the piano, it was time make a start before arthritis closed the doors on that long-held dream. I found a pleasant young teacher and persevered with lessons for a couple of years (suffering La Bamba and Mexican Hat Dance, not to mention Hinkey, Dinkey, “Parley Voo”) until she moved interstate. I was on the verge of losing interest and didn’t look for another teacher.

Then twelve months ago, on a local radio station, I heard I Giorni for the first time, and fell in love.

Einaudi is virtually unheard-of here in Australia, but exploring with my computer, I quickly located the sheet music and my journey began. Nefeli was next, and then I found his The Best Of album which had to be ordered from London. I’m gradually working my way through almost everything in it, adding Nuvole Bianche for good measure.

Several weeks ago I came across this forum and suddenly I was no longer alone. Here were adult beginners, here were people who appreciated Einaudi as much as I do and had logged nearly 50 pages sharing their passion, here were playing tips and links to old and new Einaudi works. Here was the answer to the problem of an album that won’t lay flat and needed pegs.

The beautiful In a Time Lapse was delivered this week, and both of my albums are now spiral bound. I look forward to every minute at the piano, my playing improves steadily (it would need to!) and I’m over the moon. Which is why I just HAD to say ‘thank you’.

Now back to sorting out the fingering for Burning ...


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#2037975 - 02/23/13 02:01 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Welcome to the forum, Marie, and I wish you the best in your piano journey. I Giorni is also the song that brought Einaudi into my life, thanks to my wife's discovery. I'm not around the forums much these days thanks to work, and I'm sure some of the more seasoned veterans will also welcome you and answer any questions you might have, but I wanted to say "hi."


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#2038007 - 02/23/13 03:13 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Welcome MarieJ!

I quite understand what you mean. I heard Einaudi for the first time here in ABF Recital #19 (wonderfull rendition of Nuvole Bianche by AnthonyB) and, as in Australia, Einaudi is not known here in Portugal. So, I was discovering his music surfing on the internet and, most important, sharing information with some of the "veterans" of PW. I learned a lot.

Therefore, I am eternally grateful to this wonderful community. To "repay" this, I can only share a few of my (little) experience with piano. So you can ask whatever you want! If I have something useful to say, I'll respond with pleasure.

There are some members of PW who are very dedicated to the work of Einaudi. I am, with great modesty, one of them and you can hear some excellent interpretations of Einaudi here: ABF Recital index - Einaudi
I'm sure you'll get inspired.

I'm waiting to hear your feedback and progress.
Good Luck!


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Welcome, Marie!! smile

I'm working on "Burning" myself now, and I bet I can guess which measures are giving you fingering conniptions. There's a couple of chords I just can't reach and had to rearrange, and there are many measures where I just have to pedal the low notes into submission while reaching the high notes. I've come to the conclusion that Einaudi has long fingers. grin


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For those living in America,

Mr. Einaudi is coming to the Warfield Theater in San Francisco on June 1st. In addition to his timeless repertoire, the audience should expect to hear pieces from his newest album. It promises to be a memorable show.

link: Einaudi in San Francisco


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So I've been checking out his stuff on Spotify, and I really like it. How difficult are his pieces? I'm not sure how I would "classify" myself, but probably somewhere around late beginner/early intermediate. I like how pensive his pieces sound, and would love to try playing them! They'd help me break the monotony of some baroque and classical-era music I'm working on that isn't particularly interesting =)

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Jared, the great thing about Einaudi's music is that it ranges from dead easy to unbelievably wicked hard, and there will be pieces that all but the newest beginner can play. The other great thing is that his sheet music collections contain transcriptions that are completely accurate, note for note, so when you play it, it sounds exactly like the solo version. (I say "solo version" because some of his pieces on albums have string accompaniments, and he arranges them a little differently when he is playing solo; it's the latter arrangements that are included in the sheet music collections.)

A large number of Einaudi's pieces fall in the "late beginner/early intermediate" range. Try I due fiumi, Nuvole Bianche, I Giorni, Giorni Dispari, to name just a few. I recommend buying his "Best of..." collection, as that has everything from his early albums, and then starting with Una Mattina get the individual books.


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I just got my In a Time Lapse sheet music yesterday. These pieces are just beautiful. I decided to work on Orbits first (the dark mysterious side of the piece really appealed to me). I would say that this piece is squarely in the "easy" category. In about 3 hours time, I have managed to make it sound "recognizable," I will put much more work in to it for certain, but it became rewarding to work on VERY quickly, if that makes any sense.

Jared, I have only been playing for three years. Another easy piece from the Best of collection is "Limbo." "Exit" is easy too. These were some of the first Einaudi pieces I played (and I did those at least a year and a half ago).


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My new book is here! I'm going to decide wich piece I'll start to work.

@Jared - Like GlassLove, I'm in the 3 years group. I love Einaudi work, so after less than a year I started to play his music. Some pieces are more easy than others, but each one has some important detail to learn. At the end of "some" time you'll be confortable with any new piece.

My journey was this:

(Dec-2009: My firts contact with piano smile )
Out-2010 - La nascita delle cose segrete (*)
Nov-2010 - I Due Fiumi (*)
Nov-2010 - Doce Droga (*)
Jan-2011 - Tu Sei
Mar-2011 - Come un Fiore
Apr-2011 - Nefeli
Sep-2011 - Monday (*)
Oct-2011 - Password (*)
Dec-2011 - The Snow Prelude nº15
Mar-2012 - Indaco, Royal Albert Hall version (*)
Apr-2012 - In Principio
Jun-2012 - Dietro L'Incanto
Aug-2012 - Julia (*)
Sep-2012 - Canzone Popolare (1500 ca.), original extended cover (*)
Nov-2012 - High Heels

(*)Submited to ABF recital. Check here .

This list is not a guide, but I hope I helped you decide where to get started.
Good luck!


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On "Time Lapse" interview

[video:youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zt7OpjxGszE#![/video]


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On "Time Lapse" interview

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zt7OpjxGszE#!


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Just got the new book...can anyone recommend an easy must learn one?

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"Underwood" is super easy, though (as usual) playing it with musicality takes a bit of effort.

"Two Trees" is not much harder and much prettier, imo. It's the "must learn" piece for me. I'm at the polishing stage of it now.


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In a Time Lapse was named the Echoes "CD of the Month." Nice review here:

Echoes Review of "In a Time Lapse"



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Originally Posted by Monica K.
"Underwood" is super easy, though (as usual) playing it with musicality takes a bit of effort.

"Two Trees" is not much harder and much prettier, imo. It's the "must learn" piece for me. I'm at the polishing stage of it now.


thanks, I'll look at those!

I just played through the 1st page of underwood...you are right, easy to play, but sneaky getting the EL sound right.

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"Corale" is probably even easier, but I'm not crazy about it as a solo... it kinda just meanders.

I'm currently working up three pieces from the book (Two Trees, Underwood, and Burning) and resisting the impulse to spread myself too thin by starting on Life and Discovery at Night).


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