Feeling the rhythm of a waltz (feat. Schubert)

The waltz is one of the most beloved forms of music and we will take a look at ways to experiment and feel the different rhythms through the eyes of Schubert!

 

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https://app.tonebase.co/piano/live/player/waltz-rhythm-dominic-cheli

 

       

       

We are going to be using this thread to gather suggestions and questions!                                                                                

  • What questions do you have on this topic?
  • Any particular area you would like me to focus on?
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  • I would like to know more about using the pedal correctly when playing waltzes.

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    • Vidhya Bashyam Will definitely talk about this today!

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    "With Schubert, it's all about exceeding your expectations." It IS brilliant!

     

    When I am unable to attend these sessions Live, I love being able to watch later. I enjoyed this! The "floating" aspect - of being "in the air" - of Schubert's waltzes was quite interesting. I appreciate the specificity with which you address his music.

     

    I look forward to getting your CD of Schubert's waltzes!

     

    It was great to hear your recommendations for intermediate/advanced waltzes.

     

    Parag asked about Clementi. Dominic's CD is wonderful!

     

    I thoroughly enjoyed your thoughtful, insightful answers to Roy's questions towards the end of the stream. Your expertise and versatility on a piece you have not played is quite impressive!

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