Hi Gerald Thanks for listening and commenting and I'm glad you enjoyed it.Personally, I wouldn't call it masterfully played because the microdynamics were not to my liking as I'm not a good enough player to have adequate control over them. However, the gross dynamics are to my liking and achieve what I set out to achieve. It's probably just a slightly poor choice of words, but I'd take issue with equating loudness with being expressive, or lower volumes as lacking expressiveness.
Although, to be fair, I'm guessing at the vague area that you're referring to, because it wasn't clear -- a time index would have been more useful.
Thanks again. Cheers Q On 12/04/12 20:00, Gerald Mwangi wrote:
Hello Q, All in all a very good piece and masterfully played. So my criticism is on a high level: I would try to play way more expressive, forte than piano from about 2/3rds of the piece. I believe at that point you play a C^7/C# chord . From that point on I would play harder until the F_minor^(#7) chord, then go soft again. (I'm using latex-style here: F_(something) is F subscript something and F^(something) is F superscript something ). hope you get my point. But again: Very well done , I listened to it 3 times in a row! Regards, Gerald
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