This piece is one of the pieces that messes with my brain because usually, the right-hand gets the louder notes, but in this piece, it’s the opposite! This prelude was so fun to learn because of its beautiful melody. My favorite part about this piece is the plot twists throughout. Sometimes it gets really loud, and a couple of seconds after, the volume suddenly decreases. Another hard thing about this piece is that it is hard to keep a steady tempo because there are so many opportunities to speed up! Whenever I play this piece, I imagine that I am entering a big and mysterious castle.

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Cindy H Tseng
Cindy H Tseng(@cindy-h-tseng)
4 months ago

Picture – This image of the castle with mystic fog and gray clouds does give a feel of ‘C minor’, and the path leading to the tall castle does depict the volume heard in your performance of this work. Intro – The enthusiasm shared in the written introduction makes the listener excited to listen to what you are about to perform. Performance – The result of your diligent practice allowed the interplay… Read more »

Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
4 months ago

Wow! I love how your performance moves me. Well done.

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