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Mazurka for Piano in F Sharp Minor
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Chopin: Piano Works. Use the Sostenuto middle Pedal to sustain low bass notes in certain passages. Avoid consistent pedalling with bar lines. Hold the pedal when the harmony does not change, especially across bar lines.
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Rolled Chords: Always pedal with the fifth finger of the left hand. Play on the "edge" of the keys in order to stretch as far as possible.
Listen and adjust! The Soft Pedal is the "killer" of piano tone in the treble.
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Special performance tip: Use the soft pedal to make an out-of-tune grand piano sound temporarily a little better by playing only on two strings instead of three. Rubato means "robbed" literally. Meaning, time that is borrowed at one point in a phrase must be "paid back" later in the phrase. In other words, if one slows down, one must speed up later in order to maintain balance in the phrasing.
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They are the key to understanding flow and pacing, and thus serve as guides to rubato. Subsequent short note values should move forward. Left hand accompaniment should slow down considerably.