A slightly slower tempo, as heard here, can work too as long as the playing is expressive and beautifully phrased.
The LH, at the start, will ideally ripple and float off the chords in a graceful movement - there should be no abruptness of staccato, but rather a subtle, lightly detached elegance. The top line of the melody will need to be brought out clearly in the latter part of the piece, where the RH has sixths, as heard here. The opening section, referred to again later in the piece, is quiet; nevertheless the melody line must sing out, so we could interpret the relative dynamics as: melody mp, bass notes p and inner chords pp.
Many students greatly underestimate just how much emphasis the melody line needs.
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The thick-textured chords in bars 9 - 14 and similar will be further enhanced in tone by use of the sustaining pedal so great sensitivity will be required in balancing the sound to favour the melody lines. Sensitive, careful pedalling will need to be in place, or be developed for this piece - see the section on pedalling for guidance.
The grace notes in bars 3, 17 and 31 should be played before the beat.
Students can find it difficult to keep these notes even in tone. A little forearm rotation is involved in managing the grace notes with ease.
Keeping the hand stretched and working just the fingers will most probably result in unevenness caused by tension, so let the hand return to a normal hand shape after the first chord of the bar. Feeling the sensation of touch of finger 4 on the D can actually help to make the sound even.
For Solo (instrumental or vocal part)
There is no definitive way to pedal any piece but the following suggestions are offered: Either pedal the LH chords separately in the first section, or pedal twice per bar on the first and third beats. For greater buoyancy and clarity, do not legato-pedal between beats 3 and 1. Omitting to use any pedal in deference to the LH staccato markings here will not give a stylistic interpretation.
Bars 9 - 14 and Bars 22 - 28 may be legato pedalled once per bar if the melody line is brought out effectively.
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