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You've taken a fairly repetitive song- or at least one that uses changes in instrumentation and vocalization to give it variety- and made it really interesting on a single instrument. I'm envious of your ability.
Hello Ioana, Very nicely done indeed. I must admit some years ago I worked on it but wasn't at all satisfied with how I achieved some of the cord progressions, like at time 1:01. It sounds like you got it, great.
In terms of impressions, I sure wish at some points during your playing you had John Bonham to accompany you on the drum kit with the quadruple meter on triple meter characteristic of that song.
You did not ask for critique, forgive me, but I thought the transition at 2:12-2:15 and at the last few seconds did not fit well. But what do I know - I never got it as well as you did.
Anyway, great job and best wishes -
Steinway YM (1933) ...Working on: J. S. Bach, Sonata No. 1 in B minor (BWV 1014) duet with violin F. Chopin, Prelude 28 (15)