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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Outkastah, Jan 31, 2010.
Is it this part? YouTube - Goedicke Concert Etude for Trumpet and Piano
Musicality first - speed, and showing off needs to be left at the same table as ego! Tempo needs to be consistent with a metronome - so let the harder section dictate where your tempo is. By slowing down, you may actually find more dynamics in your playing!
This sounds pretty good to me.
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listen to rowuk - they want to hear music not technique. I know two pianists who can sit down and play most charts set in front of them and to the non-musician they sound great. these to pianist sound mechanical to those of us that know a little about music. I don't know the piece but I'm just an old man who never amounted to much but I enjoy listening to music not just notes played technically correct.
Wise words told to me:
"Never play anything faster than you can"
(also never play anything LOUDER than you can)
If you have a accompanist, make sure they can play it faster. It's a tough one for them. A local high school player in my area couldn't double tongue it slower as well so he pushed the tempo up. The pianist, a good player, was struggling. Also, he received negative comments for exceeding the written tempo. FWIW.
Great piece. Fun to play.