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Andy Platt - Beethoven Sonatina in G: Message Board

Andy Platt's Comments

This piece is attributed to Beethoven although there are doubts about it's authenticity. So if it wasn't actually by Ludwig, it's definitely in homage and Happy Birthday to him!!!

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Cinnamonbear 2010-12-19 00:20:30 Andy--You play VERY musically! I love this sweet Sonatina, and you certainly do it justice! In both movements, I like the way you make it crescendo to a peak, then bring it back down to sweetness. Nice touches with the LH, too! Thanks for sharing!
Carey 2010-12-16 19:06:06 Andy - thanks for including the Sonatina in the e-cital !!
gerg 2010-12-16 18:46:34 Oh my goodness, does this bring back memories!

The First Movement reminds me of my mother, as she could play it at one time.

I skipped ahead in Suzuki Book II specifically to learn the Romance, a delightful little German dance.

It's funny, but psychologically, these pieces still seem "hard" to me because of my early training.

You handled this wonderful Sonatina with ease and grace! Thank you for this little trip down memory lane.