Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

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Elías López Cruz
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Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Elías López Cruz » Wed May 04, 2011 1:35 am

Hi! :) this is a recording of a beautiful little vals by Aguado in D01 book by Maestro Delcamp. Critiques and comments are greatly appreciated.
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Gregory Martell

Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Gregory Martell » Thu May 05, 2011 11:44 am

Hi. Just curious about some of the timing (note lengths) in several measures of this tune. In the first 2 measures it seems like you are using 4/4 and then switching to 3/4 in measures 3-4. You use a similar 4/4 count in measures 5-6, 9-12 (although 12 begs for you to hold the last notes a little longer-fermata) and then again in 13-14. It adds kind of a cute swing to the tune. Its not how I would approach playing it though. Was this planned?

Cheers. :)

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby mainterm » Mon May 09, 2011 12:42 am

I would agree... The way you play this piece has a very nice charm to it, but it doesn't really match the score rhythmically. The eighths are straight eighths (not triplets) and the 3/4 waltz flavor is somewhat lost.

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Rajesh Dhungel » Sat May 25, 2013 2:39 pm

:)hi you made it sound beautiful and easy ,but i know it is hard.

Mike Bullock

Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Mike Bullock » Sat Nov 07, 2015 9:33 pm

It sounds really good.

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Lovemoren » Mon Dec 07, 2015 8:42 am

There are rhythm/articulation issues there. Could be a re-arrangement.

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Joe Holden » Sat Mar 19, 2016 12:40 am

that was wonderful . I hope it inspires my little girl . Bravo as I'm sure you've heard many times .

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - valse en sol majeur - D01

Postby Joe Holden » Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:18 am

good job .


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