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Andante

Postby kens » 30 Mar 2019 20:32

A piece by Tchaikosky. Andante Cantabile. Not everyones taste but I like it. Ken


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Re: Andante

Postby Hugh-AR » 31 Mar 2019 11:24

Hi Ken,

One I like too. I do like (some) Classical music but unfortunately can't play any of it as I can't 'read the dots' .. and that is the essence of Classical music. It's not just the melody, it's all that goes on with it, and you have got plenty going on here. I suppose what you play depends on what arrangement you have of the music. You couldn't play from a full orchestral score with two hands, so I suppose someone must work out the salient points to bring out for playing on an organ. Or do you do your own 'arrangements' in that you put in what you hear?

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Re: Andante

Postby kens » 05 Apr 2019 11:44

Hi Hugh. I use basic organ music but add bits as I go. Usually just play it as its written then have a think where I can embellish it and play again and again until I am satisfied.. I guess the old composers would tear their hair out at some of the changes I make. Particularly when I add percussion. Ken
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