After long break, here I am, and here it comes from me! Thanks for all of you for participating. Also, thanks for all who commented on my piece - I very appreciate it. It works as a fine encouragement, to share my playing during our Recitals!
I just wanted to say that everyone did extremely well, all the pieces were wonderful and the overall quality of Recital was simply stunning.
01. Mark... - Prelude in D minor[/b] Little but beautiful prelude deserving a great amount of touch you have provided. It seems as there were limitless amount of secrets to unveil in this tiny piece, don't you think? Enjoyed very much!
03. Monica K. - Nuvole Bianche[/b] You enriched my music love Monica, once again. I can't imagine a better performance of Einaudi piece. Faithful and calm, yet raving with passion and emotion. For me, a runner up in this recital!
04. Lisztener - Whistling Away the Dark[/b] Lisztener, your delicate touch and control over the keyboard amazes me everytime you play.
05. LisztAddict - Prelude Op 28 No 13[/b] You are a pro, simply put. Great performance!
06. Laura D - Tarantella[/b] I'm completely stunned with the precision and clarity of this furiously fast passages! If we were back in 19th century I would accuse you of being connected with deamons, just like Paganini was! Speechless.
07. Mr Super-hunky - Imaginations[/b] Your wacky brain, like you call it, is darn good in composition! Lovely harmonies and progressions, after listening I went to look up who was the composer... and then just sit with my eyes locked on the player for a while. Never thought it could be an original! I'm in love with this piece. Would you mind making a score for this one day?
08. Riddler (Ed) - I Remember Clifford[/b] So sad and hauting... it wouldn't be without your flawless full of feel and emotion playing.
09. John Frank - Etude, Op.10, No.3 (Theme)[/b] One of the most lovely melodies of all time. I believe you will tackle the original one day, not to far from now!
10. True Beginner - Les Fleurs Sauvages ( Wild Flowers )[/b] Oh, Sennevile! It's becoming one of my favourites too after listening to your playing! I wish I could play like you after 6 months!
11. laValse - Prelude Op 40 #3[/b] I didn't know Liadov, so I am even more happy you brought it up! Very sensible and sublime playing!
12. Peyton - A House at the End of the World[/b] Whoa! A composer??? A singer??? You must be kidding! 11 in the scale of ten! Grabbed by your music to the end!
13. Ted Stanion - La fille aux cheveux de lin[/b] Beautiful melody, beautifully played!
14. b528nf7 - Bill Moore - Piano Bar Theme[/b] Incredible feel for the genre, both on the piano and with vocals - cool!
15. Schubertian - J S Bach - Prelude & Fugue #15 in G Major; WTC II[/b] Can't get tired of WTC. I hear Bach in your playing, and not Bach mimicking. Thanks!
16. Jinbo - Moment Musicaux No. 3 in F Minor[/b] Heard it before, but didn't know the composer. It will be on my learning list from now on!
17. dannylux/Mel - Kalinnikov Moderato in e flat minor[/b] Thanks Mel for letting us know lesser known composers, just like Kalinnikov. This piece is marvelous, and it couldn't be performed better I believe! The melody sticks in my head from the first time I heard you play it.
18. bluekeys - Mariage D'amour[/b] One of my heavy favourites, very distinctful and beaautiful melodies. You played beautifully bluekeys.
19. Casyopea - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 (from Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I)[/b] Another great Bach performer here, I'm happy, oh I'm happy!
20. rustyfingers - Root Beer Rag[/b] Enjoyed it very much! Seems very difficult! Full of clarity and precision!
21. Euan Morrison - Piano Ballet[/b] Very enjoyable piece and lovely playing. Good to hear you again, Euan!
22. DragonPianoPlayer - The Mechanical Doll[/b] Mechanical as it should be! Great!
23. Euphonatrix - Sonatina in F, WoO, Anh. 5, No. 2[/b] You just love Beethoven and I just love how you play Beethoven.
24. AdagioM (Michele) - Adagio from Sonata No. 48, Hob. XVI/35[/b] Yeah, it feels like yours. It feels secure. Wonderful sound you make for this piece.
25. mlr1899 - Sensation[/b] My foot taps all the way, yahoo
26. Gary001 - Theme in F Major[/b] Very secure and steady, wonderful! I couldn't believe you play for 5 months!
27. rocky - Evacuee[/b] You can't go wrong with Enya on piano, can you?
28. Serge88 - The Long And Winding Road[/b] Very nice!
29. angelojf - "Here Comes the Sun"[/b] The sound quality could be better, but your playing is wonderful.
30. kawaigirl1 - Leo[/b] Einaudi and You, kawaigirl1, it can't be anything but beauty.
31. Orez Eno - Two Timing, Op.134 No.6[/b] Didn't know it, but liked it very much.
32. Undone (Jim) - Night Song[/b] Very nice indeed!
33. AnthonyB - I due fiumi[/b] Not even a year self-teaching? It's great, even if there are some rhythmical troubles, your feel for the piece makes the justice.
34. Strat - Wind Crest (from Final Fantasy X-2)[/b] It's a piece that made me believe, that not only Nobuo Uematsu made great music for FF. Beautiful.
35. jotur - Cathy Turner - (This is Not Your Mother's) Black and White Rag[/b] Raggy raggy! Great, thanks!
36. Eighty8 - Letter From Home[/b] I love Metheny. His music just works well on piano. Great playing!
37. epf - Music of the Night[/b] Webber may not be as popular as many other composers, but he did great stuff. This is one of them, very well played.
38. Copper - Stardust[/b] A very fine classic and a very fine performance!
39. Pevawi / Peter - FĂŒr Elise[/b] Minor slips, but a very fine performance altogether. Enjoyed a lot.
40. gerg aka Greg - Nocturne Op. 37 No. 2[/b] One of my favourite Nocturnes, and so clean!
41. Fillanzea (Emily) - Sunburst Waltz[/b] Short, yet so enjoybale piece. Wonderful!
42. RobM - Suteki Da Ne[/b] One of my Nobuo favourites. Cool rendition!
43. tekkie - Opus #18[/b] Lovely piece played with great feel. I listened to it twice in a row, just for the pure joy of music.
44. PianoN00b (Yang) - Midnight Rhapsody[/b] Incredible and full of emotion. Sounds quite tricky in some parts, isn't it?
45. joangolfing - Hymn to Joy[/b] Well known melody and a very nice performance. I don't know if I ever heard the full time version of it, but I'm happy I did now!
46. Paul Cast - Sonatina Op.36 No.1 Allegro, Andente, Vivace[/b] Please don't treat Clementi as study pieces only, his music is performance worthy too! Very fine rendition of it, although you are quite even in terms of dynamics. Go for even more with it!
47. mahlzeit - Diminished[/b] Another original composition, and another one very, VERY enjoyable. You just played with these chords? It seems like you had a very good idea of what you are doing!
48. Seaside_Lee - How Deep Is Your Love[/b] By ear? It sounds incredible. I greatly enjoyed it, as I like Heebeegeebees too!
49. TX-Dennis (Dennis Turner) - In The Still of the Night[/b] Cole Porter & TX-Denis make a wonderful pair if we are talking about piano I think.
50. Piano*Dad - La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin[/b] Beautiful melody. You have hands for Debussy, it's so light and flowing. You somehow remind me of Walter Gieseking's style of Debussy playing.
51. GregF - Pastorale Op.100, No. 3[/b] Nice little piece it is!
52. Mistaya (Caroline) - Notturno op.54 no.4[/b] Never tire of hearing it. Beautiful playing - I can't hear any performance anxiety at all!
53. IPIBAHN (Sandy) - Jazz Hymn[/b] I'm sad along with you, dogs are truly wonderful animals... I love slow medleys too. You put a lot of heart into this performance, it pours out of my speakers. Lovely Sandy.
54. DeepElem (aka Buck) - Cinema Paradiso[/b] For me Ennio is a genius, one of the greatest of contemporary composers. You did great with his music!
55. Greywullf - No. 3 Canzone Amorosa[/b] Very proficient playing with great feel, and a great piece too!
56. Jeff (Opus45) - Barcarolle (June, from the Seasons)[/b] Very underplayed, yet very beautiful piece. I'm glad you did it Jeff. The melody can't get out of my head now.
57. polostrings - Waiting for Arrival[/b] Beautiful dedication and so much love in here!
58. Kawai, Hi - Raindrop Prelude[/b] I believe you are up to do the full version Kawai! You did great with this arrangement! One of my favourite Chopin preludes.
59. Mike White - Scherzino Mexicano[/b] Lively and full of energy, I liked it.
60. Rosanna - Shanghai Tan[/b] Rosanna, I waited for your performance impatiently and now I know it was truly worth it! Another beautiful piece, finely performed with great subtleties. I loved it - and this one I certainly didn't know!
61. ddh - Daniel - Londonderry Air[/b] Abitibidibidibidum! Traditionally Irishly Beautiful!
62. YD (Yuri) - Mozart, Sonata K545, Andante[/b] You know what? I like that romantized Mozart better than the original!
63. Manndrew - Crazy[/b] I wanna have Snickers for 5 cents! Crazyly good performance.
64. Ozor Mox - Waltz in D flat major (Petit Chien/Minute Waltz)[/b] Very difficult piece and a fine performance. Look in the Cricital Discussion, I will have something for you
65. Hisalone (Joel) - Hungarian Dance No. 5[/b] Just perfect.
66. EJR - Everyday[/b] Incredible playing. Very even and flowing. I loved it by Monica back then, and I love it by You. A great sound from PianoTeq too! I never managed to make it that good.
67. Ovaltine - Nocturne #2, Op.9 No.2[/b] Beautiful piece, beautiful playing, and a technically perfect recording for it. Thanks!
68. Signal - Leave on the Siene[/b] Lovely melody, beautiful phrasing, and so passionate playing. Great.
69. karaeloko - TrĂ€umerei[/b] Someway I didn't know it, but it's indeed beautiful. You did very well with it!