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answered Fast note progression - Terminology
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comment Left Handed piano pieces and recommendations?
@Noldorin "well above grade 3/4 level" doesn't even start to describe the level of that transcription of the chaconne, though I agree it is a lovely piece for the left hand
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revised Should I get an acoustic piano?
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answered How to practice dynamics in this piano song?
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revised Why are pianos traditionally tuned “out of tune” at the extremes?
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revised What to choose? Violin or piano?
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answered Truth behind Mozart memorizing Miserere and then writing it down later in full
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comment Is it orthodox to use the pedal when playing Bach on the piano?
@Patrx2 Thanks for pointing out the use of held arpeggiation notation. I didn't know. Yes Bach/Silotti isn't a guide to Bach's performance itself but my intent in quoting that piece was to provide an example of an interpretation of Bach that may still be considered "orthodox" and still in touch with the soul of the original piece even though it deviated considerably from the original writing from Bach.
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revised Is it orthodox to use the pedal when playing Bach on the piano?
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