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Orange Soda King - Beethoven Sonata No. 11 in B Flat Major, 1st mov. (old) 22: Message Board

Orange Soda King's Comments

This is one heck of a sonata, very difficult... I have no idea what was going through my teacher's head when she had me learn it, and I was still fairly ignorant about classical music in general at the time I learned it, so I had no idea; I just did what she told me to! Looking back, I'm glad that I did, because I really enjoy this piece, and it's an added bonus that it's not as played as most of the other sonatas, so I feel special (teehee). Beethoven himself really liked it, I think.

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Name Date Comment
Cinnamonbear 2010-12-23 01:11:16 Wow, OSK! You really got it goin'!!!
LisztAddict 2010-12-19 22:53:37 I always look forward to hear your new recording. I was waiting the last few days to see all the movements up.

But how come the recording got cut short? or is it just my streaming player?
liszt85 2010-12-18 18:31:36 Same comment as the others: very energetic and this piece needs that kind of energy! Your playing never disappoints! Thanks for sharing.
Minaku 2010-12-17 11:48:30 Super amount of energy! I think you caught Beethoven's style very well. I love this sonata. Quirky and difficult and very sonorous with elements of the symphonies snuck into it. The recording does cut out partway into the repeat though. I want to hear more!
wouter79 2010-12-17 10:27:48 Being ignorant on classical music you did a great job!

Recording aborts halfway? Where is the rest?

The room has a lot of echo which does not fit this fast music.

Recording is balanced, no clipping, little noise. But recording sounds muddy, I think due to room acoustics.