Every once in a while I post a recording of myself playing a piano piece that I’ve been practicing. This time I’m performing the Allegro from Handel‘s second keyboard suite. The recording quality is not ideal, since I never invested in real recording equipment and software. For those of you who like Baroque keyboard music, I hope you enjoy it!
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Very nice Josh. My developer’s mind always finds the mathematical precision of the likes of Bach and Handel very satisfying.
Thanks Samuel! I’m glad you liked it. 🙂
Absolutely captivating, Josh. Thanks for posting this.
My pleasure, Judah. Thanks!
First a book… now a music career. You’re proving to be quite the renaissance man (pun intended). So you played both the baseline and the melody simultaneously.? “Impressive. Most impressive”.
Thanks Brad. Yeah, I played both the baseline and melody at the same time. That’s the best part of playing a keyboard: you can effectively be multiple musicians at once! 🙂
That was very good! It’s nice when developers have other lives!
Thanks Jarrett. 🙂
Step aside Lang Lang! Do you sway back and forth as you play or from side to side? Maybe we need a video!
Very nice indeed.
I sway whichever way feels right (or left!) 🙂