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Fur Elise + Improv {696}

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Nov 9, 2011 | 3:11 PM EST
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10.8 MB
5 min 55 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Ok...so, this is not how it appears on the sheet music, and certainly not in the spirit of respecting Beethoven's original master piece. It's strictly a demonstration of my piano ability. I recorded it in one take without practicing first (nor did I drink anything :P), so it's chaulk full of mistakes and misinterpreted volumes. I just wanted to show anyone who might be interested how I play this song when Im bored; so enjoy :D! And please don't criticize it too much, like I said, it's one take, no practices, lots of mistakes. BTW, last 2 minutes is the best. I got into a little groove there at the end :D

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TzunamiTzunami

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is nothing short of incredible. I can easily understand how it feels to just improv a popular and well-know song, and go all out with whatever you have going in your head for a possible idea. There were too many catchy parts and varied melodies to even go into detail on each one. Definitely a 10/10, a favorite and a download.


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alfraydoalfraydo

Rated 4 / 5 stars

magnificent!

a rather intriguing interpretation of Fur Elise. i do have a small issue against the uncontrolled volume peaks, but i like that. it tells me you played this with forte! with passion!

around the 2 minute mark it began to catch my ear indefinitely. i'm loving your groove. carry on, mate. carry on.

when you say a "chaulk full of mistakes", i do not hear it. i hear enough to count on but one hand. perhaps there are more, but i only caught that much.

magnificent from start to finish! cheers!


EoD696 responds:

Thanks man! Yeah...i was using proteus X, the studio grand sound bank, "fullness" instrument. It's sampled to simulate a grand from pianissimo to fortissimo...it just didn't exactly express those extremes the way I intended for it too, heheh. I'm psyched that you dig it though man; that groove at 2min is pretty sweet, I'll have to try and remember it :D thanks again, cheers!


masterkl16masterkl16

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Delicious sounding.

Very nice take on the old classic. As far as piano skills go, you've clearly got loads of it. I'd say there's a few moments that get a bit repetitive here and there, but I could hardly complain.

So many chords, Jesus! How do you people do that?


EoD696 responds:

Years and years of practice my friend. Thanks a bunch for your nice comments :D! It's really kinda simple (key of A minor, lots of pentatonic playing, and 5 chords/variations thereof; a E F C G...some sevenths some natural minors/majors), the hard part is my right hand dancing around so much :D