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    Here is my arrangement of the most famous song by Russian bard Alexander Rosenbaum, Vals-Boston. The original piece is lyrical and romantic, an autumnal reflection on nostalgia and the passage of time. I hope I was able to capture these feelings with this performance and video!

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    Not sure if folks were able to check this out, but I'd love to get some feedback. Thanks, all!

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    Hi, B,
    Beautiful playing: clean, rounded tone, excellent technique and wonderful interpretative feel. Any links for the composer/music? Play live . . . Marinero

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulerias
    Not sure if folks were able to check this out, but I'd love to get some feedback. Thanks, all!
    Sorry, I usually try to give feedback in this, my favourite subforum here. Well, that was beautifully played and it seems that you are also a very busy MD (as per post on YT), so kudos to you!

    How did you record this, BTW?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marinero View Post
    Hi, B,
    Beautiful playing: clean, rounded tone, excellent technique and wonderful interpretative feel. Any links for the composer/music? Play live . . . Marinero
    Thank you so much! Yes, here is a link to the original rendition of this piece, which is the one my arrangement is based on:

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter C View Post
    Sorry, I usually try to give feedback in this, my favourite subforum here. Well, that was beautifully played and it seems that you are also a very busy MD (as per post on YT), so kudos to you!

    How did you record this, BTW?
    Thank you so much! I appreciate that... yes, keeping busy with all things residency but it's always been very important to me to make sure I have enough time for music! So far so good.

    I recorded, mixed, and mastered the piece in my home studio, then went into the area you see in the video with a Bluetooth speaker and had the recording playing in the distance, just out of sight of the camera... then I "lip-synced" along to the recording! Many takes were shot in different areas of the park, allowing for the use of multiple camera angles as you see in the final video!