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  3. Albumleaf : opus 33, for viola and piano (Musical score, ) []
  4. Feuillet d'album, Op.58 (Scriabin, Aleksandr)

I would say the best translation is "At a pleasant walking pace". I certainly would do it no faster. Stick to your guns!


Hi Richard, I'm glad you enjoyed this album leaf of Scriabin. Yes, andante is often said to be "at a going pace".

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I recall reading in Rubinstein's autobiography his frustration at the lack of generally accepted meanings and understandings of tempo markings. As for andante, he was once in a room with another artist speaking about this very subject. So Artur got up from his chair and started walking "at a going pace" representing andante.

The other pianist then stood up but walked at a different "going pace". Therein lies the conundrum, which, by the way, will never be solved if it hasn't already during the past years of music history. Or at least I won't be holding my breath! From another perspective this is actually a good thing, as it confers some flexibility on pianists in the matter of choosing a tempo for a given work. So yes, I won't be changing my mind on this one. Ok I just listened. Sounded very nice, David! I like the piece and I like that it's short. I like short pieces these days.

Regarding the file name It's all the stuff in front of it that was all garbled. When you upload a file and then click submit, you can see the attachment and how it's named. Didn't it look funny to you? I would think it would look the same to everyone, but I could be wrong. The replaced file looks fine now. I'll put it on the site after Riley uploads it.

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David, I have replaced your attachment with a link, check to see that it plays ok. Hi Riley, Yes, the play link works fine. When you get to the composer link, I'm thinking that should be Scriabin, Morceaux. I put this in the miscellaneous section, since another Feuillet was already there. But now I see that it is from a set of Morceaux so I will move it. I wish I would have known ahead of time Hi Monica, Thanks for your nice compliment on my playing.

Rachfan , Jul 21, Sep 25, Messages: System Software Engineer Location: Athens, Greece Last Name: Beautiful piece but too short!

3 Pieces, Op. 45: No. 1, Feuillet d'Album (Album Leaf) [Live]

Your playing is open and detailed as always but there is limited time to develop ideas. Perhaps that's the difficulty behind it? Rachfan , Jul 23, Feb 7, Messages: Wonderful piece, and wonderfully played. For me, it works at this tempo; I notice that the other recording that the Society has is the same playing length.

Perhaps someone will see fit to do this at a slower tempo and post it. I can't remember if anyone else pointed out how good your phrasing is in this recording - it always seems to "know where it is going". StuKautsch , Jul 24, Hi Stu, Thanks for your compliments on my playing. As to the phrasing, I don't think of that as a structural element as much as a musical intent to express the mood of the music while playing the long line of the piece.

Albumleaf : opus 33, for viola and piano (Musical score, ) []

In the late romantic genre in particular, I believe that phrasing is the sine qua non. I do think this piece could be played at a slower tempo yet, as long as still falls into andante. One thing I like about the one I chose here is that it suggests some impetuosity and ardor as the dalliance unfolds in this too brief vignette.

Rachfan , Jul 24, Jun 12, Messages: The playing is both affectionate and authoritative. Nothing here to nag about, not even a page turn. Read more Read less. Kindle Edition File Size: Customer reviews There are no customer reviews yet.

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