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F.Chopin - Prelude (op.28:4)

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Sep 14, 2009 | 12:09 PM EDT
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2.1 MB
1 min 51 sec
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4.12 / 5.00

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Author Comments

It's not a perfect version, but I'm already happy that I can record stuff since yesterday. So, there is more coming. :) This prelude was also used in the movie ("the pianist") good movie.
(It's because of his age that I'm allowed to play, record and upload this. So no argues about that please)

Enjoy

Reviews


smithaxe1smithaxe1

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

cool

masterpiece...thanks chopin



AtychiphobiaAtychiphobia

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

This sounds amazing!

And yes, 'The Pianist' was a very good movie. c:



HorsenwellesHorsenwelles

Rated 5 / 5 stars

look to the left of this review

yeah, its good enough to be used twice in a fucking row. good job sir.


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RobKennaRobKenna

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Song

By the way... how did you record that?
Good job, I just thought you could (I hope thats the right word...) put some more expression into the part the left hand plays. That's all.


SimPelyRocks responds:

I plugged my keyboard to my 'line-in' jacket of the pc, and recorded it with audacity.
I'll try to, although it's not easy to play 'piano' or 'pianissimo' and make the 'espressivo' clear enough. Thx for the review.


varrin7varrin7

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Bliss...

Very soothing. I think the rule of thumb though is that if a composer has been dead for more than 75 years, then they're music is considered publicly available. I don't remember where I read that, but I know I've seen it somewhere. Anyways a really nice sounding piece, maybe I'l listen to more Chopin.


SimPelyRocks responds:

it is 70 years after the death of the composer (calculating from the first day of the next year). So with Chopin it started from 1850. Long time ago ;P
Thx for your comment. I'm glad you appreciate it.