From, Grandes Études de Paganini
Thanks for sharing this! Although well made I still find it difficult to evaluate the possibilities of a piano sound based on sequenced midi pieces.
Here a live recording played by Yundi Li for comparison, perhaps that better illustrates what I mean.
A fantastic demo of this stunning new piano. You did an outstanding job ! Every time I hear a new demo, I get more and more impatient to get my own Authorized Steinway.....
My Music Site
Pour être grand, il faut avoir été petit.
Not the deepest of Liszt’s compositions or transcriptions but certainly the most fun. This is a good example for the sound of lots of quick little notes. Lots and lots of quick little notes….
Overall, I think it sounds great.
Trent P. McDonald
This is good to hear! It would be really great if you could post a small example (it doesn't have to be la campanella ). (If you want to keep your personal playing out of the public that's also absolutely ok of course!)Originally Posted by valhalx
Here another interpretation of the campanella (this time from Rubinstein) that seems to have more emphasis on bigger contexts than Li's "celebrate every note" approach. I like both interpretations for what they are
Excellent job on this, Bill. Loved it!
To counterbalance light La Campanella it would be great idea to sample Liszt's Mazeppa from Transcendental Etudes, e.g. from here: http://www.classicalmidiconnection.com/cmc/liszt.html (the best MIDI I managed to find). It would show the thunder of Steinway