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Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue No.24
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Re: Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue No.24
Nardo Brown #2933745 01/14/20 02:56 PM
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You should consider submitting this prelude to the Preludes Recital which is open for submission until the deadline of tomorrow (15 January 2020) evening @ 9PM EST. Just go here for information on submission. No pre-registration required. You will get a lot more feedback on your prelude than you would just over here in the Member's Recordings area. Note, the Preludes Recital is not only for low level pieces. A number of the submissions are quite advanced.


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Re: Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue No.24
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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
You should consider submitting this prelude to the Preludes Recital which is open for submission until the deadline of tomorrow (15 January 2020) evening @ 9PM EST. Just go here for information on submission. No pre-registration required. You will get a lot more feedback on your prelude than you would just over here in the Member's Recordings area. Note, the Preludes Recital is not only for low level pieces. A number of the submissions are quite advanced.

I've been practicing this prelude and fugue composed by shostakovich lately, and thanks for notifying me about this event.


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Re: Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue No.24
Nardo Brown #2933866 01/14/20 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Nardo Brown
Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
You should consider submitting this prelude to the Preludes Recital which is open for submission until the deadline of tomorrow (15 January 2020) evening @ 9PM EST. Just go here for information on submission. No pre-registration required. You will get a lot more feedback on your prelude than you would just over here in the Member's Recordings area. Note, the Preludes Recital is not only for low level pieces. A number of the submissions are quite advanced.

I've been practicing this prelude and fugue composed by shostakovich lately, and thanks for notifying me about this event.

Just be sure to make your online submission in the next 27 hours. smile


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Re: Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue No.24
Nardo Brown #2933897 01/14/20 07:53 PM
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Nardo, would you mind telling what piano did you used for this recording ?


I don´t want to learn how to play a music. I´m developing a way to play them all.
Re: Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue No.24
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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
Originally Posted by Nardo Brown
Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
You should consider submitting this prelude to the Preludes Recital which is open for submission until the deadline of tomorrow (15 January 2020) evening @ 9PM EST. Just go here for information on submission. No pre-registration required. You will get a lot more feedback on your prelude than you would just over here in the Member's Recordings area. Note, the Preludes Recital is not only for low level pieces. A number of the submissions are quite advanced.

I've been practicing this prelude and fugue composed by shostakovich lately, and thanks for notifying me about this event.

Just be sure to make your online submission in the next 27 hours. smile

Thanks for notifying me and I've submitted the file.


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Nardo, would you mind telling what piano did you used for this recording ?

I've been composing my own fugues for a while and recently, I studied the counterpoint of this double-fugue and also Bach's "St. Anne" Fugue in E♭ major, BWV 552, in which the second subject has its own exposition at some later point. I have a pleyel, a yamaha and also an upright piano from another brand.


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