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The Bach Project – A minor Sonata

Half way there! (well, not really if you consider the Chaconne and the C major fugue are yet to be tackled, but a little encouragement never hurt anybody….) This was a hard one, but I think I learned a lot about both playing and recording. So I plan to do way better with the next one (just for the record). Keep reading for some observations and to find out what (I think!) I learned.¬†(or for a non-Flash player)

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The Bach Project – E Major Partita

Here’s the 3rd Partita ready to go! I realized that in my last post I forgot to explain how exactly I’m doing this. So keep reading if you’d like to find out! (or for a non-Flash player)

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Lhotka: Harvester’s Song

Here’s a cool Croatian piece I played with a good friend of mine Srdjan Caldarovic on the piano.

 

The Bach Project – G minor Sonata

Here is a start of something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time! Ever since I finished my recording of Paganini’s 24 Caprices for violin solo I wanted to do the same with the Bach Sonatas and Partitas. So here’s Sonata No. 1 in g-minor. Check back in 10 years to see the rest! (Just kidding, probably will only take 5)

Keep reading if you want to find out why and how I’m doing this!(or if your browser does not support Flash)

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More Prokofiev!

Guess I’m becoming quite a fan of Prokofiev! Here’s 4th Movement of his 2nd Sonata in D major. New recording in an old-fashioned¬†style. February 26th, 2012 with Juan Wang on piano.

 

Prokofiev f-minor Sonata

Festival Diapason, Prokofiev’s Sonata No.1 in f-minor with Srdjan Caldarovic, piano.
Other movements available on the Video page.

 

Saint-Saens and Bazzini

September 25, 2011 with Juan Wang playing the piano. (please excuse the crappy home camcorder quality!)