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Dec-24-2007, 08:15
Here's a sample of some of my own work. Please feel free to lather me with criticism, I want to learn as much as possible.


Dec-25-2007, 01:39
assuming some of you may not be able to access last.fm, heres the pieces on sound click, please any comments will be treasured :)


Dec-26-2007, 18:42
Hi Mahlon,

I was quite impressed with the Rachmaninoff performance :clap: :clap:. To be this young and master a piece (and memorized, no less) such as this is very remarkable. Polishing and finishing will always be an ongoing thing - I've been playing classical organ for over 47 years and still work on phrasing technique.

Student piano recitals are probably the most nerve wracking time for young musicians ... I remember that routine all too well.

Your compositions are quite fresh and very enjoyable to listen too. Your counterpoint style is certainly on track. You are certainly headed in the right direction with your music. Please keep this community apprised of your further developments.

Dec-26-2007, 20:16
thank you thank you thank you! I am very humbled to say the least, I will deffinetly keep in contact, now that you have given me permission, I feel I shall spread the word! heh here's more videos, hope you like Schumann :cool:


Dec-28-2007, 00:43
:grin:I like it. I also play the piano.
judy tooley

Andrew Roussak
Dec-30-2007, 21:38
Hi Mahlon,

very impressed with your performance of C#moll prelude of Rachmaninov - great, liked it very much! I would not post any criticisms technical here - concerning pedal etc. - you know yourself better where it has to be polished, and the technical level grows as you exercise anyway, year by year. If you return to the same piece after a three-year pause, you will be surprised how different it sounds.

...So I have just enjoyed listening - best of luck on your way!

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Dec-31-2007, 04:53
thanks a bunch for the reply Andrew, I feel a little embarassed that you saw my C# minor rendition because I feel have improved alot since than, but I really appreciate the comment.

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