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post Oct 14 2007, 10:11 PM
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I'm pretty sure it's a Mozart piece. I think I picked up from a commercial or something and it's originally for piano. Does anyone know the name of it?


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post Oct 23 2007, 07:08 AM
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i've heard that before! sadly cannot remember from where.


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post Oct 23 2007, 07:25 AM
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QUOTE (botoxfox @ Oct 14 2007, 04:11 PM) *
I'm pretty sure it's a Mozart piece. I think I picked up from a commercial or something and it's originally for piano. Does anyone know the name of it?


Not sure. Sounds like him though. Even from that short bit, I like how you play. I am working on a classical piece right now, which is conceptually similar, as I see it. based on a pretty tune, with some steady triplet or 4/4 rhythms, but notes held across bars at times that add interest (such as the note towards the end or your bit).

Have you been playing long?

edit: to make myself more clear, I mean, not necessarily across bars. But for examle, you might play only the first 2 notes of a triplet, but still keep the triplet feel even with the rest. Or maybe 8 1/8 notes in a bar, the last one held another 1/8 into the next bar, then continuing the rhythm, stuff like that. Keeping a very pretty tune, and a nice rhythm, but little nuances that add interest, but still don't detract from the simple beauty in the piece.

In that little bit, that is what I hear, that kind of thing.

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