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Another little study i like for warming up. Charming little piece of music i think.
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Very nice, David!
That was one of my favorite pieces to play when I was just starting out. I still find it to be quite charming, as you say.
Thanks for sharing and reminding me of some wonderful memories!
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Yes, as both you and Alan remark David, it is a charming little piece
Well played by you also
(I can still hear background noises though)
Thanks for sharing David
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Great performance David,
I really enjoyed hearing you play this short, but sweet little etude. It was delightful.
Thank you for giving us this opportunity to hear you play.
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Best wishes, V
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Thanks for sharing. It's lovely.
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i really enjoy Aguado's pieces. even the little pieces like this one. you played it very nice. thankx
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Indeed, this a beautiful little piece for warming up. I use to play it too.
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well done, nice piece
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