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#2060356 - 04/06/13 12:54 PM Schubert: Grazer Galopp
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A fun little dance... I especially like the trio smile
(comments/criticism welcome)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oNyT95n7f0
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#2060382 - 04/06/13 01:37 PM Re: Schubert: Grazer Galopp [Re: pianovirus]
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Fabulous!
I could run out of adjectives on this....Delightful, fantastic, terrific! grin

I didn't know this piece. Thanks for posting it, thanks for knowing it!

BTW, re the thread on facial expressions etc: IMO your expressions and body language in this piece are marvelous and add a lot to the performance. In fact, to me they're part of the performance, and a good part of it -- and why I think people would be missing out on the experience if they didn't believe in paying attention to that kind of thing.

Hope you don't mind -- I'm going to link to this thread over there.

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#2060393 - 04/06/13 02:01 PM Re: Schubert: Grazer Galopp [Re: pianovirus]
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Bravo! Very good.

My only suggestion would be that, you can take the tempo slightly faster. And then this will be truly a gallop.

Thanks for sharing.
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#2060630 - 04/07/13 04:40 AM Re: Schubert: Grazer Galopp [Re: pianovirus]
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That was a delight to hear - and to see you playing it. You were clearly having a wonderful time with the music!
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#2061217 - 04/08/13 10:18 AM Re: Schubert: Grazer Galopp [Re: Mark_C]
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Thanks Mark, Hakki, and casinitaly, for the encouraging feedback!

Originally Posted By: Mark_C
Hope you don't mind -- I'm going to link to this thread over there.


I don't mind at all; on the contrary, I'm flattered smile

Originally Posted By: Hakki
My only suggestion would be that, you can take the tempo slightly faster. And then this will be truly a gallop.


Yes Hakki, I also think I would try to take the outer parts (not the trio) a bit faster next time.
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