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I had reports yesterday that my voice was too recessed when compared to the music (first time people have ever told me I’m too quiet!!) I’ve now readjusted the balance; let me know if you think it’s an improvement…
A good performance but I find the 11th variation (the Adagio) over decorated (too many twiddles!) It was the tradition in Mozart’s time, I know, but it can certainly be overdone. What do you think?
I’m generally rather sniffy about child performers (I don’t find the image of Mozart’s father dragging his children around the courts and crowned heads of Europe a very edifying one) and YouTube’s packed with infants performing this piece. But even I – curmudgeon that I am – found the combination of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star and ten year old Elliot Wuu irresistible…
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Many thanks Chris.Who would have thought that there were so many ways to play Twinkle Twinkle
Made a start listening.
You sound fine!
I agree, the twiddles are slightly O T T.
No problems hearing you.
Thanks Chris! The sound is much better now.
What a lovely contrast to the Shakespeare course. I shall be following both.
Hearing the music and your commentary was a complete delight.
Thank you Chris, really enjoyed.