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Pièces Lyriques Op. 47 No. 3: Mélodie
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Naomi Martin

Such a beautiful sorrowness about the melody.

Martin Lee

This lovely piece was one of two which followed the Grieg Piano Concerto on an LP which my parents bought in the 1960s. The pianist was Eileen Joyce. The 'delay', which I recall she also employed, only really happens in bar 9 and its 'equivalents', where the arpeggiando would appear to imply it. Strictly speaking, the rubato should be compensated for later in the phrase, but a flexible rhythm is in keeping with the romantic idiom, I feel. The music must be allowed to 'breathe'. I aspire to play the piece as beautifully as this.


such a haunting melody


Thank you Pandora, for introducing me to the Romantic-Era ingenuity of Edvard Grieg.


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i wish this was longer...still amazing.

Titicat Follies

I was hooked on Eva Knardahl's versions of these wonderful pieces, but they got yanked from YouTube. Everyone else's, however beautifully played, lack her authority and depth.

Nocturnal Snake

Dá pra evocar mais a floresta no moderado e reconfortante frio?

Joseph Christman

I have fallen in love


That last page turn...

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