Week 4 Thread: The Meaning in Music
Welcome to the Main Thread for the fourth week of "Mozart & Haydn - Music from the 18th Century" challenge!
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Where is the meaning in a piece of music written in the 18th century for keyboard only? Is that music meaningless? Or was this type of music only composed for solely entertainment purposes?
Try to find the meaningful elements in the music you have studied this month
And… Post a clip of your beautiful performance!
Pick a piece from the suggested repertoire according to your level or share any piece written during the 18th century that you have been working on!
If you want to describe your process, feel free to use the following template.
- Piece(s) you have been working on:
- Things you found easy:
- Things you found difficult:
With a little bit of struggle, I'm glad to present the final version of Haydn Sonata in E-flat Hob: XVI 38. Some small mistakes here and there, but that was the best I could to today.
I want to thank Antonella for guiding us threw the wonderful music of the 18-century, and everyone for your encouraging comments and videos! :)
As I mentioned in a previous post, my friend and I are preparing the Mozart D minor concerto. We had our first attempt to get it together today. We recorded the exposition of the first movement tonight. It’s not good yet, but I would really love some feedback, especially regarding balance. Thank you.
Actually, I don’t like my touch in the first video, so we made another. In the second one, I tried a touch which used speec of keystroke rather than pressure and I think i5 works much better. I will just need to add a bit of pedal here and there I think.