leonbloy wrote:I'm studying a little valse in A major, from NapolĂ©on Coste - Op. 51 (RĂ©crĂ©ation du Guitariste) number 8
The metronome mark states quarter note=144, which for a 3/8 measure would correspond to 288 beats (octave note) per minute.
Seem a little too too quick (to play and to dance ) to me... Do you think there is some mistake, that it should be octave note=144 ?
I haven't found any recording out there...
Julio wrote:Oh what a cute little piece! totally unknown to me, until now! glad you posted this question, for it introduced me to an entire opus unknown to me til now! lots of fun little dandy's in there arent there now? the last Barcarolle looks promising!
I have the Coste CD's from N A X O S and this Opus is not on any of them? Wonder why no one has played these pieces before or why they arent popular? they seem like cute little didactic pieces, perfect for the enlightened begginer. They seem, to me, more harmonically advanced that Sor's little waltzes. But Sor has the name i guess...
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