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Posted By: Dejan Sinadinovich

I'm new on the forum - 10/23/04 05:46 AM

Chopin etide on bis (i couldn't play in such a tempo in normal circumstances, that's for sure)
http://www.fmu.bg.ac.yu/sinadin/mp3/chopin/chop_etida.mp3

Alborada from my recital at Kolarac Memorial Hall, 2002
http://www.fmu.bg.ac.yu/sinadin/mp3/ravel/alborada.mp3

Beethoven 32 variations
http://www.fmu.bg.ac.yu/sinadin/mp3/beethoven/beethoven32.mp3

recent recording of Prokofiev 3rd Sonata
http://www.fmu.bg.ac.yu/sinadin/sound/mp3/21/proko.mp3
Posted By: Googlism

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/24/04 10:49 PM

I liked the tempo of the etude, though I must admit the sound quality was bad. What piano did you use?

The Alborada, the Beethoven, and the Prokofiev were all new to me smile Sounded pretty well done. I also liked the sound quality of the last one smile
Posted By: F. Chopin

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/24/04 11:17 PM

That op.10 no.4 was amazing!!! eek
Posted By: fnork

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/25/04 05:57 PM

Wow! As F. Chopin said - op. 10 no 4 was outstanding! You really know how to play it, it was a close-to breathtaking version. So.... could you post some more stuff? smile Listening to Alborado now, sounds really good too.
Posted By: fnork

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/25/04 08:09 PM

The alborada was fantastic! Wow, for how long have you been playing? Do you have any more Ravel recorded btw? I love his music, in case you have something else please post it smile
Posted By: DW_mod

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/26/04 11:57 AM

I think the best was Beethoven. You really potrayed him very well. The only thing I didn't like at the beginning, which proved to be wrong as I continued listening was the tempo. Now, on 2nd thought, playing at this speed seems really ok. I've been forcing my students to play them faster than this. hmmm...
I love the discipline in your playing and your touch was superb. Some really delicate lyricism along the way. smile And not forgetting the marvellous technic. You have a really pearly touch. I like it. In fact, I'm going to make a recording for all my students playing this piece at the moment.
Bravo!!! smile
Posted By: Dejan Sinadinovich

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/29/04 09:49 AM

thanks all for kind words. you can find more of my recording on my HP at http://solair.eunet.yu/~sinadin under "sound samples" section.
Posted By: signa

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/30/04 01:53 AM

i just listened to your Beethoven 32 variations, which is my favorite piece. i was quite moved by your playing, which is superb and sounded very beautiful and moving, although for a moment i thought you might have romantized it a little. anyway, it's simply amazing, and i couldn't play like this for million years...
Posted By: Pathbreaker

Re: I'm new on the forum - 10/31/04 03:58 PM

i love those beethoven variations. i haven't heard those in a long time. i gotta play those someday...when i am able to that is.

edit: very well played(now that i've finished listening). sorry i can't comment further but it would just be me talking out of my ***. i really enjoyed it, thanks for sharing.
Posted By: Dejan Sinadinovich

Re: I'm new on the forum - 11/02/04 08:03 AM

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Originally posted by fnork:
The alborada was fantastic! Wow, for how long have you been playing? Do you have any more Ravel recorded btw? I love his music, in case you have something else please post it smile
you can find entire "mirroirs" at my web site (http://solair.eunet.yu/~sinadin) under the "sound samples" section. i am glad you like it.
Posted By: Dejan Sinadinovich

Re: I'm new on the forum - 11/02/04 08:14 AM

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Originally posted by DW_mod:
I think the best was Beethoven. ...
Thanks for compliments, you know I used to play a faster tempo as most of others until I so a film by Vim Wenders (I can't recall the name of this masterpiece). Thereís one pianist on the film that played these few first variations (first three, to be precise) in very slow tempo. Quite unexpectedly but in such a way one gets a totally changed perspective of view. Itís a very good experiment, I think. Iíll post once a recording of 3rd movement of Beethoven's op. 2/3 c major sonata. It is not the same music when dynamic marks are followed correctly! Music is full of surprises.
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