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Music composed between 1815 and 1910, excluding Chopin: Liszt, Mendelssohn, etc.
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Postby Helling » 01 Apr 2005, 00:04

I did try most fingerings, but for me the one you suggest isn't really better.

On the other hand, I don't really have any actual mistakes in this part, so I guess I didn't think about it so much. I still don't know quite what you are referring to specifically (which is not to say I am not rather annoyed about OTHER parts of my recording, but this one in particular I guess I just don't get - it's really not a very difficult part).
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Postby Goldberg » 01 Apr 2005, 00:10

Here--I'll listen to it again in a couple minutes with the score in front of me and take a more careful listen. Maybe it wasn't as uneven as I thought at first.
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Postby Helling » 01 Apr 2005, 01:01

As far as the first paganini etude, it's actually rather similar sounding in both versions, but easier by a bit in the first setting. This would be a good candidate for combining two versions - the second version works well enough without unnecessary difficulties, but the coda is nicer in the first version I believe, with the nice arpeggios swooping around the melody (not sure if you know what part I mean).
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