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Postby mateusqp » 02-21-16 9:45 am

I'm aware of the problems in each piece and that these are far from "professional" takes... The Ravel and Scriabin are so freaking hard!

Hope someday I'll play them well, I haven't much time to practice since I'm an architecture student...

Chopin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nsXdyxOWGM
Ravel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h56bmy6Oxt4
Debussy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJEkP3qWk9c
Scriabin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fz1KKqnnUE
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Postby kiwi » 02-21-16 12:12 pm

Well i think it's really good and most importantly you play with your earth!

C'est plutot pas mal pour 5 ans de Synthésia et considérant les pieces et de plus tu fais ce que Synthesia n'enseigne pas tu joue avec le coeur!
A part Ravel qui n'est pas assez maitrisé surtout niveau rhytme il faut vraiment travailler lentement en mode rhytme c'est ta plus grosses lacune combiné à la technique que tu as acquises et l'intention quand tu joues tu va t'envoler apres!

Bosse sur le rhytme 80% des musiciens et de tous niveaux on cette lacune de toute facon :)


Mais c'est vraiment bien sinon ton piano est un peux faux mais ça renforce l'atmosphere donc c'est pas mal :)
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Postby mateusqp » 02-21-16 10:12 pm

Merci kiwi, j'ai etudé les Jeux d'eau il'y a un an et demi et je veux pas l'etudier autre fois, pas maintenant...

En fait j'ai etudé beaucup du Ravel, Le Tombeau de Couperin, Alborada del Gracioso et la sonatine.

I think you mean "heart" not "earth" ;)

After this Scriabin Sonata I fear nothing, and yes I'm focusing on rhythm/dynamics/interpretation right now, working on Suite Bergamasque (again) cause I don't feel any great technical difficulty when I study it...
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Postby kiwi » 02-22-16 3:09 pm

oops sorrry for the hearth ;)

Try the third mouvement of the moonlight Sonata from Bethoven.

Or you can try some rachmaninoff ones if you feel so much at home ^^
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Postby mateusqp » 02-22-16 9:44 pm

I have no interest on the "moonlight sonata", I still have to finish the op. 109 which I have studied the 1st movement.

I'm interested on op. 111 but not now...
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Postby kiwi » 02-23-16 3:57 am

Ah oky well i love this piece and usually i don't like so much Bethoven :)
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