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Originally Posted by antune
Many thanks, guys!
I appreciate your comments!
Let me know if you'd like to see a tutorial on a specific piece and I'll put it on my to-do list for the future.
All the best!

Everybody will have their own ideas based on the level.
Possibly Beethoven’s Pathetique, second movement.
Clare de Lune, although it would be long, may be a fan favorite.
Maybe a Chopin Etude.


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Originally Posted by BWV846
What a great tutorial that really is one!
I really like how you highlighted in differing colors some of the inner voices that I so often overlook when I think that I am "playing" a piece...more correct to say just reading through. I know it's obvious but really looking at a score before playing it makes a great difference. Thanks for pulling it apart and making each layer more obvious.
Your Chopin is lovely. I would like to hear some Debussy when you can...first Arabesque is a shimmering piano piece that I would like to see done by a careful and inspiring player as you certainly are.
Thanks again.

Many thanks for the comment!
I am happy to hear that my suggestions about voicing motivate you to search more, and hopefully will help you to get the result you want!
Next month, I’ll upload a tutorial on “Clair de Lune” by Debussy, which I am working on at the moment. After that, I am planning to make tutorials on “Arabesque no.1” and the prelude “La fille aux cheveux de lin”.
All the best!

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Originally Posted by cmb13
Excellent tutorial. I really enjoyed it. I have played with this one in the past but I have never completed it. This may be my inspiration. I am really looking forward to the Rachmaninoff piece that you have up there as well.

Thank you! Happy to hear you’ve enjoyed it.
Good luck with the Rachmaninoff’s Prelude!

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Originally Posted by antune
Many thanks, guys!
I appreciate your comments!
Let me know if you'd like to see a tutorial on a specific piece and I'll put it on my to-do list for the future.
All the best!

Everybody will have their own ideas based on the level.
Possibly Beethoven’s Pathetique, second movement.
Clare de Lune, although it would be long, may be a fan favorite.
Maybe a Chopin Etude.

Great avatar! :))
Actually, I divide all the tutorials I make in 3 categories, Level A, B, and C (based on my experience)
Clair de Lune will be there in a month or so.
And hopefully, I’ll upload tutorials about Chopin Etudes op.10 no.1&3 and op.25 no.7 in 2021.
Beethoven Sonata “Pathetique” is in my to do list but hard to say when.
Thanks for the suggestions!

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