Pianosonata no. 3, Op. 38

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Pianosonata no. 3, Op. 38

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Enjoy listening, folks.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMPk0SMPzmY&t=627s

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Re: Pianosonata no. 3, Op. 38

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A virtuosic piece in classical-romantic style, interesting an easy to listen to. I especially noted the frequent repetion of motifs (sequences) which, to me, is the mark of a "symphonic" perspective. The "pedal" in the bass line (beginning at 20:30) anticipates the ending tonality, but is then interrupted by a display of bravura (largely in unison or octaves) before the piece settles back to its ending tonality. I enjoyed listening to it.
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Re: Pianosonata no. 3, Op. 38

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Thank you for your kind remarks. It was quite hard to notate because of the "bugs" in Ov. Often I had to look for a method to overcome the issues with changing clefs in the left and right hand. Ov sometimes makes a mes with those.
But I managed to get it right.

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