The character of Brahms’s Waltz No.4 reminds me of something grand and spectacular. It is majestic and reminds me of looking into a huge ornately decorated room, with large open spaces for sound to echo off of. The dynamics on the two note slurs make it feel like you’re looking around and realizing how much space is around you. Later, when the piece is building, it sounds like something arrives majestically, like a lion roaring. I hope you enjoy the piece as much as I do.

~ Presentation by Jason Sliwowski

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

Picture – A stunning photo was selected for this presentation to accurately represent your written introduction and solid piano performance of the Waltz in E minor by Brahms. Intro – A well-written description was provided for the listeners to appreciate all the musical details that can be heard in your performance. Performance – Bravo on such a musical and polished performance! Excellent dynamic balance and phrasing between the left-hand waltz-style bass accompaniment… Read more »

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

It is a lovely performance, Jason. I enjoyed it so much.

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


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