Whoo... nothing like a good exercise on the piano. It's like 10 minutes after I closed the lid and I am still breathing heavily. And I only played for 15-20 minutes.
Für Elise, and the First Movement of Clementi's Sonatina in C (major) opus 36 no. 3. You won't need to know Für Elise's tune. If you do you are the saddest case in the world. but here's a link to the Clementi piece. Except if you have Windows Media Player 10 crank the speed up to 1.6x, that's my speed. If not, just imagine it one-and-a-half-times as fast. My need for speed. Für Elise you can just crank it to 1.3, 1.4... I just use wider dynamics that's all. Want to hear me play?$?$?$?
Yes these two pieces give the adrenalin. The power I experience when I manage to pull off a tricky passage can hardly be recreated anywhere else. The problem is I make the most jarring mistakes. Even after playing for like 6 months. So be prepared if you want me to play for you.
orchestrated by Renhao at 9:48:00 pm
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