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#354521 - 11/05/04 06:28 AM Re: WTC P&F No 2 in C minor
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Registered: 10/10/04
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Loc: Atlanta, GA
Whoa! Thats great Signa..... Im a Senior, and am debating Majoring in Music... I really want to double major, b/c my intent is not to become a world renown pianist, but I truly enjoy playing. Its more of a soul thing, than out of monies. + my technique still is not where I want it to be, but has grown by leaps and bounds. AS of now I am continuing on work on prelude #2 in c-minor. I am somewhat finished with the work. Although I must get the fingering down for the PRESTO section and also become more comfortable with the piece. Around Monday I will start the FUGUE!

The third movement of the Tempest, is not ESPECIALLY difficult, at least in the beginning. But
A. It is played soooooooo fast
B. Fingering is crucial
C. Bringing out the theme over the LOUD left hand can prove difficult

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#354522 - 11/05/04 08:46 AM Re: WTC P&F No 2 in C minor
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Registered: 06/06/04
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thanks for the tips on tempest. i love playing this piece. i am on the 2nd page of the 3rd movement now and almost get to the end of the page now, but have to work on HT on the few bars. i am sure i'd complete the 2nd page this weekend. i like it played fast also, but have to watch out the eveness.

it might be a good idea for you to get double major. i wish i had such opportunity like that before but it is too late now, but i only play for my own pleasure. prelude no.2 is great and i am definitely going to learn it soon after i get some pieces done. i do like no.2 fugue, and i would work on both hopefully next month or next year...

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