Maurice Ravel
heute: 14
gestern: 26
diese Woche: 64
letzte Woche: 178
dieser Monat: 14
letzter Monat: 1066
Total: 36199

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The original tempo

This Interpretation follows the original tempoadvice: 1/4 = 80 bpm as guideline and mostly the upper limit of the realised Tempo, following at the same time aswell notated tempochanges as tempochanges as part of the interpretation without leaving the overall guideline of the demanded tempo anywhere completly. This seemingly implicitness is noteworthy, since from 30 other inspect Interpretations all are more or less slower than the demanded Tempo. In Average the Interpretations are two Minutes longer. That makes a Tempo  1/4 = 56 bpm which is 30% slower than demanded in the score.

The historic Instrument

Erard-Grandpiano 1873 (realsamples)



0 # lovelyMark H Wilson 2020-03-21 23:58
This is lovely, thank you for posting. I am curious are you the performer or is Ravel? the sound quality seems like it is from an old recording. We've been coming back to this and comparing it with Bertrom Chamayoi, and a recording I have of Ravel. This is faster and interesting in it's clarity of phrasing and slight detached notes that are grouped together in a more interesting way. thanks Mark
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