This thread has fallen back to page four, so I must be very late with my last batch of comments, but first I would like to say thank you to everyone participating for keeping these wonderful recitals going, especially thank you to everyone who commented, and to Sam for maintaining the software machinery behind it all in well-oiled condition.
My third batch of comments:40. Pathbreaker - op. 39 Waltzes 3 and 5
Very poised and elegant performance. I have never heard these before, and that is clearly my misfortune. Number three is particularly nice.42. Greta99 - Sonata in E minor, H.XVI No.34 - 3. Vivace molto
Your struggles seem to have been overcome really well; it was an excellent performance! If this is a work in progress, you must have rather high standards for yourself. Kudos.43. lvojnovic - Sonata in D major, 2. movement
Very dramatic, and full of feeling. I never realized Haydn could sound like that. Well done!44. Purrblast - Sostenuto (KK IVb No. 10)
What a lovely piece, and a lovely performance. I don't think I ever heard that work before.45. Hawgdriver (Leon) - Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op. 27/1
Riveting performance! You seem to have practically merged with the piece. Wonderful.46. dumka1 - Arabesque 1
It was a beautifully flowing rendition that certainly did justice to the Arabesque. I think your piano's sound fits this work particularly well.47. Brian Moore - Minuet, French Suite 6
Bach being not exactly my cup of tea, it impresses me when someone can make his music sound interesting and alive. You did that, and clearly you are very close to having it nailed entirely. Best wishes for your piano-assisted landing-on-your-feet after all the turmoil and sorrow!48. Tubbie0075 - Sonata in B minor Kp. 377
You did this in two weeks! That's bloody good, even if you worked on it 30 years ago. Very polished (and very fast).50. Ralphiano - Musette in D Major
Quirky little piece, with some nimble finger work in the right hand. Well done!51. Tyrone Slothrop - La Caroline, Wq. 117/39, H. 98
What a difference a generation makes: with CPE there is dynamics unthinkable for his father. And you had the dynamics well under control. Very nice! (The recording was a bit on the noisy side.)52. Qwerty53 - Sentimental Waltz, no. 6 from Valses Poeticos
I never realized Granados wrote piano music, until now. Thank you for alerting me to this. It's a peculiar piece, neither really sad, nor melancholic, and yet something like that - and it's easy to imagine this choreographed into a ballet. Very nice performance; do live long enough to master the whole set! 54. BingoDingo - Prelude No. 22 in G Minor, Op. 87
For six weeks of piano experience, this is of course insanely good. But Shostakovich is really far outside my personal realm of confidence, so I can't really evaluate your performance, other than to say you had a lot of dynamics in it, and the piece felt very vibrant.55. Sam S - Sonata K1
Normally I don't care for the sound of harpsichords, but I have to admit this was both fun and pleasant to hear. Excellent playing, of course!