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{{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000083 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| title }}Score0000083 Various class members played this beautifully, and with different flaws. We practiced! But we missed these things:

  • There is only one downbeat per bar, not three: no om-cha-cha, please. The second two left-hand chords in the waltzy opening section (and repeats) can be played with much less emphasis than the notes on the first beat, and can be kept legato instead of bouncing off the keys.
  • That 16th-note rest in the third bar (and repeats) means lifting the pedal as soon as you've played the first half of the second beat.
  • Also keep in mind that the third note in that bar (and repeats) is a quarter note. Linger on it a bit, in fact four times as long as on the sixteenth note just beforehand.
  • Towards the end of the second line (and repeats), notice some inner voicing. Be sure to play out the inner E in the right hand in bar 10, for instance, and the chord on D and the inner notes in the following bars.
  • The Piu Lento page is still a challenge. Show you like it by playing with conviction and grace ... while also remembering to hit the right notes, including ties across bar lines and rests in the left hand. We will return to this section for the next class (Mon April 1).


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  • {{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000005 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| inline }}Score0000005. Part II, #12. Maybe, someday after you've stopped practicing it.
  • {{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000083 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| inline }}Score0000083. Op 64, Number 2 in the PDF, only the Piu Lento page.
  • {{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000028 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| inline }}Score0000028. New old piece. We did cover this in a previous term, but it's nice to play again, perhaps on Easter Sunday. Also, you can download this piece as a ringtone from [here].
  • {{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000100 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| inline }}Score0000100. Just print pages 8 and 9 out of the 25 in this file, unless you want to do a whole lot of sight-reading. For inspiration (?), YouTube offers a choice of little kids playing it; check out the videos by clicking on the score title.

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  • {{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000098 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| inline }}Score0000098. When played quickly, it is alluring. When played slowly, it is repetitive. So play it quickly.

{{#vardefine:parm1| Still hanging around, maybe }}{{#vardefine:parm2| title }}Still Hanging Around, Maybe

  • {{#vardefine:parm1| Score0000082 }}{{#vardefine:parm2| inline }}Score0000082.

{{#vardefine:parm1| Bonus }}{{#vardefine:parm2| title }}Bonus For those who are happy to let other people play the Bulgarian dances, as covered in Lesson 6, you can listen to Bartok taking his own medicine. Follow either of the Six Dances, and you will find a link.

{{#vardefine:parm1| Calendar }}{{#vardefine:parm2| title }}Calendar If we have a few more holidays, then this course will extend into 2018. As of now, we're looking at something like:

  • Lesson 8: April 8
  • Lesson 9: April 15
  • Lesson 10: April 22
  • Lesson 11: April 29
  • Lesson 12: May 6
  • Lesson 13: May 13
  • Lesson 14: May 20??? is Victoria Day
  • Lesson 14: May 27 if the 20th is a holiday



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