Week 3: Music is Music!
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Dear Community, this is my attempt of playing "Asturias". In this Challenge I only uploaded two pieces..."Jesu bleibet meine Freude" und "Asturias" took so much time.... I am looking forward to the watch-party ...
Have a nice time and stay healthy .https://youtu.be/SNK-UMdsk40
Chopin Mazurka Op 7 No 2
Well, we are at the end of this challenge, so I wanted to post a complete version of this mazurka I've been working on for maybe about a week. It still needs much more work, but at least I can play it through from beginning to end with reasonable confidence. I had never played anything by Chopin before, so this was (and will continue to be) a learning experience for me. Without this Transcription Challenge, I most likely would not have taken on this piece, so once again, I am so grateful for the TB community.
All right, maybe to lighten the mood after the funeral, here's is a first attempt at playing my arrangement of "Avadim Hayinu" ("We Were Slaves"), a Passover song.
It's definitely very rough around the edges; it's late here and I'm a bit sleepy, but it's probably enough to give you an idea of what it's supposed to sound like. I thought it best to post before the end of the challenge too.