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That's why I like my way: One take or bust smile It sure eliminates the red dot problem.


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Originally Posted by Peyton
Monica, is it possible to add something (my youtube link) to my submission without re-submittting?


Absolutely. When you go to the recital website and click on "update your submission," it will ask for your ultra-secure magic code. Once you input that, it will take you to another screen that will ask you what you want to update, and give you two options: name of piece, descriptions, etc. OR to upload a new mp3 file. As long as you click the top choice for descriptions etc., you will not lose your place in the queue. And clicking on that will bring you back to the submission template where you fill in all the background information.

The only time you get bumped is if you upload an mp3 file.

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I've been looking down the list of entries so far ...

... and I can't wait!!! August 15th - roll on!!!


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Originally Posted by Andy Platt
I've been looking down the list of entries so far ...

... and I can't wait!!! August 15th - roll on!!!


Oh, and Strings & Wood, sorry - but I can't resist: "Could it be magic?" wink


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I'm in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PS-what number am I? smile


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Originally Posted by CebuKid
I'm in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PS-what number am I? smile


You're 21!

I just changed my file, so now I'm 22 instead of 17.
If you go to the first screen page of the recital, it shows how many submissions there are, and you can click on that to see who is in the line up and what they are playing.

I'm really curious to see if , after our ABF survey, more people sign up for this recital.

I haven't checked, (yet) but I also wonder if the August recital has more or fewer participants than the others, given that many folks are on holiday at this time of year.....



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I just love those recitals, so glad I started to participate last May.

To me, it's the only opportunity I have to get some feedback from my playing since I have no teacher, and since we all tend to comment on the good and not the bad, that makes for a friendly place. smile

Anyway, if I want a reality check on my playing, I'll post some of my recordings over at Pianist Corner ... eek

Can't wait to hear all of your pieces.

Have a great recital.



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Originally Posted by Monica K.
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Monica, is it possible to add something (my youtube link) to my submission without re-submittting?


Absolutely. When you go to the recital website and click on "update your submission," it will ask for your ultra-secure magic code. Once you input that, it will take you to another screen that will ask you what you want to update, and give you two options: name of piece, descriptions, etc. OR to upload a new mp3 file. As long as you click the top choice for descriptions etc., you will not lose your place in the queue. And clicking on that will bring you back to the submission template where you fill in all the background information.

The only time you get bumped is if you upload an mp3 file.


Ahhh, many thanks.

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I'm in, around #20 somewhere. This time with both a youtube video and a recording. The video is live from the Summerkeys recital, the mp3 I did when I got home.

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I'm in, around #20 somewhere. This time with both a youtube video and a recording. The video is live from the Summerkeys recital, the mp3 I did when I got home.

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I am a big fan of Mendelssohn and I love 38/6, I am glad you are playing this piece.

I have listened to your previous recordings of Mendelssohn's pieces and you really have a great touch with them.

Can't wait to hear this.



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I'm in, around #20 somewhere. This time with both a youtube video and a recording. The video is live from the Summerkeys recital, the mp3 I did when I got home.

Sam


I am a big fan of Mendelssohn and I love 38/6, I am glad you are playing this piece.

I have listened to your previous recordings of Mendelssohn's pieces and you really have a great touch with them.

Can't wait to hear this.



Thanks Cohenfan, but I hope you won't be too disappointed. The video is from a live recital - yikes! The mp3 is "better", but not by much...

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Originally Posted by Andy Platt
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I've been looking down the list of entries so far ...

... and I can't wait!!! August 15th - roll on!!!


Oh, and Strings & Wood, sorry - but I can't resist: "Could it be magic?" wink



Hmmmm... may I have clue number two, please. smile








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I'm in, around #20 somewhere. This time with both a youtube video and a recording. The video is live from the Summerkeys recital, the mp3 I did when I got home.

Sam


I am a big fan of Mendelssohn and I love 38/6, I am glad you are playing this piece.

I have listened to your previous recordings of Mendelssohn's pieces and you really have a great touch with them.

Can't wait to hear this.



Thanks Cohenfan, but I hope you won't be too disappointed. The video is from a live recital - yikes! The mp3 is "better", but not by much...

Sam


Don't worry, I won't.

I have the chance to listen to many recordings coming from many different people, from different background and level of experience, where else could I have this opportunity ?

I do not care much that our recordings are great, good, average or simply sucks, I just enjoy listening to all of them.





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I've been looking down the list of entries so far ...

... and I can't wait!!! August 15th - roll on!!!


Oh, and Strings & Wood, sorry - but I can't resist: "Could it be magic?" wink



Hmmmm... may I have clue number two, please. smile


Sure, what's the connection between Barry Manilow and Chopin's Prelude #20?


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I've been looking down the list of entries so far ...

... and I can't wait!!! August 15th - roll on!!!


Oh, and Strings & Wood, sorry - but I can't resist: "Could it be magic?" wink



Hmmmm... may I have clue number two, please. smile


Sure, what's the connection between Barry Manilow and Chopin's Prelude #20?


D'oh!
I couldn't see past my fingers! smile








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Hey,we have TWO maple leaf rags !


and two Claire du Lune too.

I wonder how many other "twins" we'll see?

Should be very interesting!


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I saw cscl submitted Schubert waltzes D365, which I thought would be the same as the piece I'm hoping I might submit by Friday, Schubert Landler D366, (looking doubtful!!). I don't think either selection is that popular. It surprised me to see Schubert waltzes. I don't think they are the same pieces, though.


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Originally Posted by Andy Platt
sorry - but I can't resist:


I'm sorry too.
Dissappointed actually



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The red dot is kicking my rookie butt thus far. 11 more days. Mabey I just need to get plastered prior to playng? smokin


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