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probably trying to find one without the 2 'of them' arguing.

Does anyone remember the opus 10 No 1 on the PW CD?


?????


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Originally Posted by BruceD
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So.....?

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Originally Posted by Damon
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This thread is over four years old.


So.....?


So ???????

Bruce and Apple are the only folks who participated in the original thread who still post on PW. What's the point of continuing a four year old conversation with a bunch of people who aren't going to respond? Would be better to start a new thread - except for the fact that this particular Chopin etude has literally been discussed to death in a couple of recent threads. There are 26 others we could discuss instead.



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Originally Posted by carey
Originally Posted by Damon
Originally Posted by BruceD
This thread is over four years old.


So.....?


So ???????

Bruce and Apple are the only folks who participated in the original thread who still post on PW. What's the point of continuing a four year old conversation with a bunch of people who aren't going to respond? Would be better to start a new thread - except for the fact that this particular Chopin etude has literally been discussed to death in a couple of recent threads. There are 26 others we could discuss instead.



I agree with everything here except for the use of "literally". smile

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Originally Posted by carey
Originally Posted by Damon
Originally Posted by BruceD
This thread is over four years old.


So.....?


So ???????

Bruce and Apple are the only folks who participated in the original thread who still post on PW. What's the point of continuing a four year old conversation with a bunch of people who aren't going to respond? Would be better to start a new thread


Why? What does the previous participants of a thread have to do with the current ones? Who cares if they respond? Maybe other people will. Hakki still posts occasionally. What benefit does a new thread give?

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Originally Posted by MusicClassical1
Take a look at Paul Barton's Chopin Etude OP.10 No.1 tutorial and other tutorial pn his YouTube channel at: hht://www.youtube.com/PaulBartonPiano
Hope this helps!
LSO VIEW AND HELP ME WITH MY POST "BACH INVENTION NO.13 IN A MINOR" THANKS!


Thanks, I might not have seen this in the other Chopin threads.

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Originally Posted by Damon
Originally Posted by carey
Originally Posted by Damon
Originally Posted by BruceD
This thread is over four years old.


So.....?


So ???????

Bruce and Apple are the only folks who participated in the original thread who still post on PW. What's the point of continuing a four year old conversation with a bunch of people who aren't going to respond? Would be better to start a new thread


Why? What does the previous participants of a thread have to do with the current ones? Who cares if they respond? Maybe other people will. Hakki still posts occasionally. What benefit does a new thread give?


In the case of the Opus 10 No 1, none whatsoever.....


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Originally Posted by carey

In the case of the Opus 10 No 1, none whatsoever.....


smile Hopefully, Lang Lang and Grimaud will record it soon.

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Originally Posted by Damon
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In the case of the Opus 10 No 1, none whatsoever.....


smile Hopefully, Lang Lang and Grimaud will record it soon.


Maybe they'll get hitched and well...let's not go there. =p



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it is a hard one, but it's even harder to go on and play nr.2 immediately after..


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Originally Posted by dolce sfogato
it is a hard one, but it's even harder to go on and play nr.2 immediately after..


My teacher told me that... I couldn't fathom playing the second one period!

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Sheesh, you mean I missed one?

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Originally Posted by MusicClassical1
Take a look at Paul Barton's Chopin Etude OP.10 No.1 tutorial and other tutorial pn his YouTube channel at: hht://www.youtube.com/PaulBartonPiano
Hope this helps!
LSO VIEW AND HELP ME WITH MY POST "BACH INVENTION NO.13 IN A MINOR" THANKS!


It's nice that you want to help, but note that the person to whom you responded is long gone from here - last post was November of 2007.




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Originally Posted by beet31425
Originally Posted by carey
So ???????

Bruce and Apple are the only folks who participated in the original thread who still post on PW. What's the point of continuing a four year old conversation with a bunch of people who aren't going to respond? Would be better to start a new thread - except for the fact that this particular Chopin etude has literally been discussed to death in a couple of recent threads. There are 26 others we could discuss instead.


I agree with everything here except for the use of "literally". smile

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You mean Nyrigz and kbk are still alive?!?!
Oh, there's kbk a bit further down the thread.
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