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StringsandWood - Chopin Prelude in E minor 28/4: Message Board

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Chopin's music has bought me so many hours of enjoyment. It gives me great pleasure to submit this humble offering in his memory.

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Strings&Wood 2010-10-21 17:57:53 Thanks to all for your kind comments. They are very appreciated!
LisztAddict 2010-10-20 09:52:36 Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece by Chopin with us. Very good control of tones.
timmyab 2010-10-20 07:20:23 I never tire of hearing this piece when it's played well, and you do play it well.
ab-ster 2010-10-19 20:45:27 Nicely done StringsandWood. Great rubato, everything seems to flow nicely. This is one of my favorite Chopin piece and is hard to play without sounding boring, and you've pulled it well!
Andy Platt 2010-10-18 22:04:04 It was beautiful ... and now I have another piece I just have to learn!!
Inlanding 2010-10-18 10:58:00 A very wonderful rendition of this popular Prelude. Your thoughtful use of rubato and dynamics indicates clearly you connect with the music. Thank you for sharing your excellent interpretation!
CMohr 2010-10-17 23:58:14 You did a wonderful job on this prelude, Carl! I've listened to scores of interpretations of this and I have to say your performance is wonderfully original, personal, and an extremely enjoyable listen. Bravo!
Mistaya 2010-10-17 22:05:14 You really portrayed the wistful sadness of this piece. Enjoyed it very much!
AnotherSchmoe 2010-10-17 13:11:41 Awesome job on this piece, I really like your interpretation! Great tempo and rubato. And great job on the stretto section, very smooth, I have a hard time wrapping my hands (and head) around that part.