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Diabelli - Op 149 No 25


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notsosweet

 Genre: Classical

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Austrian composer and publisher Anton Diabelli was a contemporary of Beeethoven and a student of Michael Haydn, Joseph Haydn's brother.

This piece is one of his 28 Melodische Ubungsstucke, a series of piano exercises for four hands. (It's not often I get to play a duet with myself...)
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Uploaded: Mar 16, 2006 - 12:39:41 PM
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2006 - 12:32:49 PM Last Played: Aug 16, 2017 - 05:30:25 PM
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thetiler said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
I had a feeling I was in for a treat!
Love your choice of music in all that you do and this one is no exception.
A very thrilling classical piece! I hope you keep on posting these gems.
About 3/4 of the way through there are a few leads that go into the
theme, it is sure fine to listen to and ties in to this precious lovely piece!

Way to go!
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notsosweet said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
I had a feeling I was in for a treat!
Thank you, as always! Your feedback really means a lot to me.
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drakonis said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
Delightfully cute!
This is a fun find... not only is it a somewhat obscure composer (which
always intrigues me), but also an enjoyable composition to listen to, and
very well played as well! Listening to this, I have this wild idea to run off
and write some modern embellishment of it, but I might have to leave
that to the more skilled composers out there... Tiler, you want to do a
guitar improvisation? :) I really like the chord progressions and
harmonies in this. Great find and very nicely played! It was nice to have
the two piano parts panned away a bit so I could follow them
independently.
ttfn,
Drakonis
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notsosweet said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
Delightfully cute!
Diabelli often gets overlooked even though Beethoven's "Diabelli Variations"
are fairly well-known. He wrote several very charming little pieces. I would
love to hear a modern take on his music.
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MidiOrleans said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
Refreshing
Thank you for posting such lovely music.
This is refreshing to hear.
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notsosweet said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
Refreshing
I'm pleased you enjoyed it!
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alley-oop said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
light touch
I really enjoy your playing. Nice touch on the keys, precise playing.
Bravo.
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said 4205 days ago (March 16th, 2006)
Very nice!
Really enjoyed listening to it. Wonderful job playing (and producing) this.
Thanks for posting it.
paul f. page said 3264 days ago (October 11th, 2008)
That's one of...
...the beautiful things about this digital age: we can now play ALL the instruments ourselves when there's no partner around. This is especially true for pianists. How fun! You do a nice job with this one and have now given me an idea for something new, too...
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