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#2190710 - 11/30/13 08:05 PM Did not made in time for the quarterly recital...
jfmartins Offline
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Registered: 06/02/13
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Loc: Brasilia, Brazil
... and couldn't wait until the next!

I'm just too happy and proud to wait.

Hope you enjoy my Waltz op. 64 n. 2, by Chopin.

Thanks for listening.
Any feedback is welcome!

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#2190731 - 11/30/13 09:26 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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It was amazing, and I loved it!

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#2190744 - 11/30/13 09:59 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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this is a beautiful piece and loved your playing. Must be very satisfying to be able to play this well.
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#2190841 - 12/01/13 07:17 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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Very nicely done.
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#2190915 - 12/01/13 10:53 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
jfmartins Offline
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Thanks for the kind words Bamburg, earlofmar and JimF.

Indeed, it is very satisfying to play this waltz.

Recording method: FP-7F to PC, normalized with Audacity.

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#2190920 - 12/01/13 11:13 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
CarlosCC Offline
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Loc: Lisbon, Portugal
Hi jfmatrins, and wecolme to PW.
Looking forward to listen your piece in the next recital!

Gostei desta tua peša! Mesmo!
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#2190981 - 12/01/13 02:28 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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Registered: 08/23/13
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That was lovely to listen to. smile Thanks for sharing!
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#2191001 - 12/01/13 03:14 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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Quote:
Hope you enjoy my Waltz op. 64 n. 2, by Chopin.


Beautifully played jfmartins. I can appreciate classical music though I don't myself play much of it.
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#2191051 - 12/01/13 05:28 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
jfmartins Offline
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Muito obrigado, CarlosCC!

Thanks Jessiebear and Ragdoll!

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#2191126 - 12/01/13 10:23 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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Loc: New Zealand
I like how you got through it error-free, that hardly ever happens for me LOL.
This piece is lovely, I played it back when I was having lessons. It's wonderful!
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#2191172 - 12/02/13 12:09 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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Joel, that's beautiful playing.
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#2191225 - 12/02/13 03:03 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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WOW! shocked

Looking forward to your contributions to the next ABF recitals!
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#2191228 - 12/02/13 03:09 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
evamar Offline
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Registered: 12/02/12
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Simply beautiful. Really lovely interpretation, thanks for sharing.

... I would love to be able to play like that! But I know that it took you a lot of time and effort to get there, it really has been time well spent. Very enjoyable for yourself and for anybody listening.

... Maybe in 10 more years for me....
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#2191262 - 12/02/13 06:48 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
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Registered: 05/02/13
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Well done! Sounds really nice.
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#2191280 - 12/02/13 08:37 AM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: chopinoholic]
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Registered: 01/09/11
Posts: 1661
Loc: Costa del Sol
Very nicwe interpretation. You had great control on the runs and the Piu Mosso section. Well done!
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#2192439 - 12/04/13 01:51 PM Re: Did not made in time for the quarterly recital... [Re: jfmartins]
jfmartins Offline
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Posts: 14
Loc: Brasilia, Brazil
Jessiebear - it's really a great piece to play. Unfortunately my rendition was not error-free, sice there are some wrong notes in the middle section.

MaryBee - thanks! I'm glad you liked it.

sinophilia - it's being hard for me to learn new pieces, with a full time job and a one-year old son, but i'll try! I am already preparing for the Tchaikovsky recital.
You have a new follower of your soundcloud profile!

evamar - I won't lie: it took me a HUGE time to learn this piece. But it was worth! I am very happy now and just want to play to anyone who cares to hear. Also, when I learn a piece I get that "illusion" that I can play anything, which is very motivating.


chopinoholic - thanks! means a lot since it's from someone who obviously likes Chopin!

SwissMS - very nice words! the "piu mosso" section was the most practiced, by far.

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