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McL0v1N42 - Beethoven Sonata No. 5 in c minor 10/1: Message Board

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LisztAddict 2010-12-19 22:58:44 BRAVO!!!!!
wr 2010-12-19 05:43:27 Excellent!
Piano*Dad 2010-12-18 22:45:31 To Wouter79: I don't know what to tell you about that bass or about the overall sound quality of the recording. The piano was a Steinway D. The recording was made by the piano department at VCU during a competition at the Singleton Center for the Performing Arts. It was done using the microphones they would normally use for any professional stage recording. I notice a distinct "concert hall" sound. It sounds pretty good to me. :-) You can see the piano and the hall in the video version.
Cinnamonbear 2010-12-18 21:51:53 Anthony--Wow! That was really, really well done! Very expressive, articulate playing. And what a neat piece, full of texture and range. Great performance, and very enjoyable to listen to!
wouter79 2010-12-17 10:38:12 Great playing! Sounds all smooth and well timed. Nice dynamics too.

Recording is fine. Balanced, no clipping, little noise. But I think the bass is a bit lacking in the recording, I have the impressin the piano sounds much better in real than on this recording.