I fell far behind in responding to this month's submissions, but not
in listening. I meant to respond earlier Newman
- Juilia - much appreciatedGreener
- Meditation - well doneLadyPayne
- When You Wish Upon a Star - very playful
- Down by the Sally Gardens - beautifulTheodorN
- Yesterday, nice work.
I find the overhead view a bit uncomfortable.Amaruk
- LOTR Into the West
I really enjoyed that. Codi
- Sally's Song
That was one of my daughter's favourite movies.
I like you video, the room makes me think of a movie set.BillM
- Strawberry Fields Forever. I like your interpretation.
Looks like you were injured (bandaid on one finger), but I couldn't tell from your playing.Allard
- Return to the Heart, well played.
Congratulations on the new piano, sounds great.Saranoya
- Handel, nice steady tempo and good dynamicspeterws
- contemplation 2
This has the characteristic peterws feel. I enjoyed it.
Am I correct in assuming the white dots were cloned sheep instead of cows?Inlanding
- Trailing lights
I like your improv. Nice job on the repeated notes, I've been having a but of trouble with those lately.SwissMS
- 12 O'Clock Jump - this one is lot's of funTromboneAl
- If I Only Had a Brain - and more funWeiyan
- The Moon Is My Heart - nice effort, your playing is
- you certainly are versitileInlanding
- some standard - more great playingty.beginner
- Canon in D - good tempo, very musicalWeiyan
- Love is Blue Melodian Cover. This made me smile.LarryShone
- Ode to Joy, Song for Guy
- you have good steady sense of timeWeiyan
- Minuet in Dm (left hand) - good startMark
- Fantasy Bossa - nice piece, sounds quite polished to me.ty.beginne
r - clair de lune
We've all hacked well loved pieces. You at least kept to a tempo you can manage. When I hack a piece there is usually a lot more blood and gore.
My only comment is regarding the arpeggiated chords around 2:29. These are usually played rapidly, effectively rolling the chord. Here is the description from the wkikpedia entry on List of musical symbols:
"Arpeggiated chord A chord with notes played in rapid succession, usually ascending, each note being sustained as the others are played. Also called a "broken chord".