Chopin - Prélude #20 op 28 [My performance]

Posted by: FranKiisko

Chopin - Prélude #20 op 28 [My performance] - 05/04/12 08:04 PM

Hello to everybody! smile I want to show you a new recording. In this case is the Prélude number 28 from the opus 20 from Frédéric Chopin.

This Prélude is called "Funeral march" (for obvious reasons) and it has been called "Prélude of the chords" by Hans von Bülow due to his progression of four notes chords. In my perfomance, I've wanted make a little bit more fatal and here is my performance laugh

Well, here you have my interpretation of this Prélude so charged by harmonic mass. I hope you like it!!

Posted by: Strings & Wood

Re: Chopin - Prélude #20 op 28 [My performance] - 05/11/12 08:18 AM

Hello, nicely done. Good tempo and the chord voicing was good. Perhaps, a bit more drama at the end is usual, but I liked your interpretation as well.

This forum you have posted to is for parties, so you will probably not get many looks here. There is a "piano bar" in the "Adult Beginners" forum, which will get you more comments.
Posted by: musdan

Re: Chopin - Prélude #20 op 28 [My performance] - 06/10/12 08:12 AM

Hi - I enjoyed hearing you play - Chopin is one of my favorites.

Strings & Woods suggestion in "right on the money" - you should post this piece
on the Adult Beginners Forum or the Pianist Corner so that everyone can enjoy
hearing you play.
Posted by: anhjackson

Re: Chopin - Prélude #20 op 28 [My performance] - 04/01/13 12:41 AM

Thank you about "Prélude of the chords" by Hans von Bülow due to his progression of four notes chords.