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Postby MindenBlues on Sun Nov 05, 2006 5:11 pm

johnlink wrote:Is it still available? When I click on the click I am redirected to http://pianosociety.com/cms/

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PianoSociety seems to be down currently. But if you like to listen to, it is on my homepage :

http://family-schmidt-minden.de/MindenB ... e%2017.mp3

Now I play it faster, and with a bit more rubato. Strange, if I listen to own recorded stuff after a longer time, I always have the feeling to rerecord it again...
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Postby johnlink on Sun Nov 05, 2006 5:32 pm

MindenBlues wrote:Now I play it faster, and with a bit more rubato.

I think your tempo on that recording is just fine.

Strange, if I listen to own recorded stuff after a longer time, I always have the feeling to rerecord it again...

I've read that John Lennon never listened to his recordings after they were released, and that Pat Metheny never listens to his after release.

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Postby MindenBlues on Sun Nov 05, 2006 5:39 pm

johnlink wrote:
MindenBlues wrote:Now I play it faster, and with a bit more rubato.

I think your tempo on that recording is just fine.
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The difference is, that at recording time I understood the "inner time tick" as half bars. Now I think in complete bars as "inner timer tick". That way I not only play it (a bit) faster, but it sounds more fluently, because the melody bows come out better.
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