Cadence – PianoTweet #10

Cadence, in musical issues,
especially the classical ones, is a part of a composition
which is meant as a kind of “reserved area” for the soloist.

The area to present some show, to perform at the maximum.
For example in exposure, technical skills, musicality or even virtuosity.
Let’s say: a place of freedom.
Maybe even a paradise?

Today’s PianoTweet is a small version (139 notes) of a D minor piece.
The original was composed in 1998, just a few days after buying my grandpiano!

History always lives… 🙂

Enjoy your today’s PianoTweet!

Cadence – PianoTweet #10 (iPhone link)

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