Coste, Napoleon - op.38/03 Prelude in D Minor - Video

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Coste, Napoleon - op.38/03 Prelude in D Minor - Video

Postby dean18 » Sun Aug 14, 2016 3:34 am


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Re: Coste, Napoleon - Op. 38 Etude # 3 Prelude in D Minor - Video

Postby kloeten » Mon Aug 15, 2016 9:39 pm

Very nice playing Dean. A pity the piece is so short. If you don't mind: I noticed your right hand moves a lot during those runs; this may be something that you could look into? Other than that - very nice playing.
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Re: Coste, Napoleon - op.38/03 Prelude in D Minor - Video

Postby Big bird » Tue Aug 16, 2016 2:31 am

I enjoy your playing Dean, nice job. I think your hand movements just show your verve for the music.
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Re: Coste, Napoleon - op.38/03 Prelude in D Minor - Video

Postby dean18 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 6:43 pm

Thanks for the comments. I know that my right hand moves when I pluck the string. That was one of the first rules I learned "don't move your right hand". But it takes extra energy on my part to keep my right hand immobilized and I think it goes against the laws of physics (for each action there is an opposite reaction). When you pluck the string, it is natural for your hand to move a bit. And I am a bit aggressive (maybe too much), so that maybe my hand moves more than most. I guess it's open for debate. I can keep my hand immobilized if I choose to but it takes extra energy and feels a bit rigid.

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Re: Coste, Napoleon - op.38/03 Prelude in D Minor - Video

Postby Kirkland Gavin » Mon Jan 09, 2017 9:30 am

thank you for posting a wonderful piece thanks


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