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Apr 30, 2007 | 5:57 PM EDT
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1.5 MB
1 min 37 sec
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3.46 / 5.00

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Rated 3.46 / 5 stars
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Second Movement. Performed March 11, 2006 at the UCSC Recital Hall.

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DaGrahamCrakaDaGrahamCraka

Rated 5 / 5 stars

uhhhh.

well, like echoz said below me. there was a whole lot of dissonance with the piano. which i can understand i guess for the feel you were going for. but there was so much just liek banging on the piano it seemed a bit. well, retarded. to be frank. also, there was no real melody or steady theme to the tune. it was just banging and random notes in random places. if thats what you were going for then good job. i just dont really, care for it...at all.



EchozAuroraEchozAurora

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good job

I'm not too much a fan of this style of piano music, although I can tell that it was well-performed. Sounds like you have a lot of skill with the instrument. How long have you been playing? Sounds like a tough piece, and you definitely did a good job playing it, but there is too much dissonance for my taste with piano.



snoballandthmonyshotsnoballandthmonyshot

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ckunk

i fricken adore cage's prepared piano stuff, it's the shiznet so i'm sure i'll like this if it ever buffers... i saw some dude at the royal festival hall in london playing a load of it, it was something else, especially considering the sinfionetta also played some aphex twin and squarepusher stuff:)
true nasty nice, gonna check part 1... buffering... buffering...
oh well, my internet seems a bit fucked, will try again tomorrow.
kudos for the cage tho
;ped



beatmasterJAGbeatmasterJAG

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very Different

Very different from what I normally listen to. But I will try to give you my best. This peice seems very estranged and dark. I salute you on your ability to play and the mere fact you got to play in front of an audience; something I have never personally accomplished. Tell me though, why did you choose this piece (if you had a choice) and what do you like about it?

I will go listen to some others to get a more broaden view of you musical tastes.

Keep it wildstyle!
JAG