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    Default Original cadenza to the first movement of Mozart’s 20th concerto in D minor.

    The cadenza begins at around 11:34. What do you guys think of it. I developed both melodically and harmonically the subject of the solo exposition and the second subject. I have to admit though the way I play in this recording is not the best and I may create a separate video of a better performance of my cadenza.

    This performance was for an end of school concert. What an amazing experience it was.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KIBKvZoYPB4
    Last edited by lachlan1415; Jul-04-2021 at 02:26.

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    Great technique. Not half the player you are. I felt a few of the transitions were not that smooth, especially around 12:30 to 12:35.
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    Sideways?

    What fun. I never got to play with an orchestra, but Mozart's piano concertos were something I competed in. Always played with a 2nd pianist playing piano transcription of the orchestral part.

    Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianozach View Post
    Sideways?

    What fun. I never got to play with an orchestra, but Mozart's piano concertos were something I competed in. Always played with a 2nd pianist playing piano transcription of the orchestral part.

    Nice work.
    Thanks. It’s an issue with the video file I’m not sure how to flip it. What did you think of the cadenza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Great technique. Not half the player you are. I felt a few of the transitions were not that smooth, especially around 12:30 to 12:35.
    Thanks for taking a look. I also thought when composing that the transitions were a little rough. They’ve kind of settled on me now though after multiple listens.

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