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    Polovtsian dances piano cover

    Hi all,

    I have just posted a piano version of the Polovtsian dances by Borodin if you want to have a look:


    Thanks for your comments and critics'

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    what does piano cover mean??
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    I must admit I would prefer a bit more umph, but well done sir

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    Very enjoyable. Thank you for the link.

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    Thanks for your comments and glad you enjoyed it, otherwise a piano cover means a piano version of a musical piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    what does piano cover mean??
    Something to keep the dust off?

    teddy

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    It usualy means a KB agent i,e a Key Board covering as a PPiano, ppp

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    Thanks for performing.. always a nice/popular piece for improv.. nicely done
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    Thanks wljmrbill, glad you enjoyed my performance.

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    woOoow u can really play... Man keep oOon doing ur thing

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