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    Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    Appassionata Sonata by Beethoven (3 perspectives)

    MOV 1

    (Close perspective) Rev type: Allaire Studio
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/Appa%2...ov%20close.mp3

    (Player perspective) Rev type: Allaire Studio
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/Appa%2...v%20player.mp3

    (Distant perspective) Reverb type: Mozart Saal
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/Appa%2...%20distant.mp3


    MOV 2

    (Close perspective) Rev type: Allaire Studio
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/appa%2...ov%20close.mp3

    (Player perspective) Rev type: Allaire Studio
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/appa%2...v%20player.mp3

    (Distant perspective) Reverb type: Mozart Saal
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/appa%2...%20distant.mp3


    MOV 3

    (Close perspective) Rev type: Allaire Studio
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/appa%2...ov%20CLOSE.mp3

    (Player perspective) Rev type: Allaire Studio
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/Appass...03rd%20mov.mp3

    (Distant perspective) Reverb type: Mozart Saal
    http://www.guybacos.com/audio/Appas%...%20distant.mp3



    Piano is Vienna Imperial


    Comments are always welcomed. Thanks.

    ps Comment on whatever you like, piano sound, performance, reverb etc.

    Guy
    http://www.guybacos.com/index.php

  2. #2

    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    Guy,

    I'm having a little trouble deciding what should I post about... :-/ I mean I'm not sure about the purpose of this post. My guess is that you are showing a fine example of the Imperial piano by VSL, which is all fine by me, but in that case you are not probably looking for opinions on the piece (since it's not yours, so that's fine! LOL), but nor on the performance and rendering, or the sound of the piano even(?)

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    Comment on whatever you like. Piano, sound, reverb, performance....

    I've added distant perspective. BTW

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    The performance is great. There's something very slightly too unremitting about it, and the articulation is too perfectly even, but I'd be really happy if I played it like this - at least at the moment. I've a feeling I'm going to be quite depressed when you post the first movement.
    David

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    Quote Originally Posted by Pingu View Post
    The performance is great. There's something very slightly too unremitting about it, and the articulation is too perfectly even, but I'd be really happy if I played it like this - at least at the moment. I've a feeling I'm going to be quite depressed when you post the first movement.
    David, if it will console you, I've played it live many, many times, but there's no way I can play it as clean as that, unless I'd practiced it for 5 weeks and even then... Of course I polished places here and there, and mainly the pedaling. I'm not use to a sampled piano with a sustain ped with so much effect.

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    To make it complete I've added the close perspective. So now you have a clear difference between the 3. Of course the rev is an art of its own for this as well and reverb is not my strength.

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    Guy,

    This is really detailed and yet has nice feel, did you edit more than just notes? Any possibility of seeing the midi file? I have an injured hand and cannot play any longer and am trying to understand the relationship of pedal, note on/offs etc in relationship to sound. I'd like to record myself to do this but cannot. Thanks,

    Paul

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    The "players perspective" is my thing, I love it`s sound!
    "Music is the shorthand of emotion." Leo Tolstoy

    Listen to me, tuning my triangle http://www.box.net/shared/ae822u6r3i

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    Re: Beethoven Appassionata Sonata

    The complete Sonata is now posted.

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