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Old 09-30-2018, 07:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sad classical piano music.

I have attached (I hope so at least) a basic interpretation of a piece I want to learn but I don't know what it is called. Please can someone help me?
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Old 09-30-2018, 07:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ok I didn't upload the image. Here it is now.
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Just bear in mind this is literally just come out of my head. It will not be a perfect copy of the piece.
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Parts of the melody are sort of similar to Shostakovich's prelude in g minor but I'm guessing it's not that?

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Parts of the melody are sort of similar to Shostakovich's prelude in g minor but I'm guessing it's not that?

Perfect. Would you by chance have any specific recommendaitons for CDs of his work?
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Perfect. Would you by chance have any specific recommendaitons for CDs of his work?
I don't really own very many CDs with Shostakovich's work, actually, but pianist Tatiana Nikolayeva is considered an authority as far as interpretations of this work (24 preludes & fugues op. 87) goes. There's a full performance by her on YouTube and I'm fairly certain her recording is available on CD too.
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No, itís not. Donít worry about this thread, I found out what it is: Spring Waltz by Chopin.
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