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Valse op. 64 no. 2

Postby Fryderyk Biggemski » 14 Oct 2006, 06:29

Who do you think is the best interpreter of this C-sharp minor Valse ?

l am actually learn it and l have got a little question? Do you use the second pedal in the una corda section ? 8)
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Postby MindenBlues » 16 Oct 2006, 12:22

Yes, I use the second pedal there. Una corda means soft pedal. Let me divide the waltz in section A-B-C-B-A-B, so easy to memorize - only 3 pages, and section B contains of two almost same under sections.
Also in section C, the pp part, I often take the soft pedal. Why not? It is an expression tool, and professional players take it often.
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Postby elvenpianist » 16 Oct 2006, 17:49

I don't; I just play realy soft, heh.

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Re: Valse op. 64 no. 2

Postby Samchamploojin » 29 Jun 2008, 20:51

I Like Rubinstein's interpretation of this waltz most. Wish I could play it as good as he did. ><
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