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  • Wickle_Man

    Sorry, Eric.

    18 mai 2014 Répondre
  • Taxes

    did you see there was more barda posted on youtube recently

    13 mars 2013 Répondre
  • Seavas

    nvm found it: https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/397031_540157855995469_987263168_n.jpg

    17 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    "Protective of his position as one of the world's greatest pianists, Rosenthal could be irascible and direct his caustic wit at whomever he felt deserved it. Even well into his seventies he would work out in a gym to try to retain the health and fitness of his youth, he even appeared in Life magazine on his seventy-fifth birthday pictured lifting weights." PICTURE FUCKING WHERE

    17 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    Hahahahah oh /Hurwitz/

    4 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    or did you link it because it sounds particularly hilarious when pitch shifted

    3 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    i figured, i really like the performance though - its unusually clear and transparent given the tempo.

    3 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    I like Schnabel's wrong notes better, they're more nuanced

    2 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Taxes

    hey rabidch: ur face

    13 oct. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    I just heard Neuhaus play a ravishing Beethoven 30, any other recordings of him that are must-hears?

    5 oct. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    There's also a really wonderful Brahms 3/Dvorak Cello concerto with Fournier iirc

    29 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    I hear it's every bit as insane as his other Beethoven but a lot more heavily inflected, probably because he could afford more rehearsal time with those guys compared to the usual pickup stuff he had

    29 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • wlodio

    Hiya! Keep the faith in music!:-) Greetings from Poland and happy listening! :-)

    20 mars 2012 Répondre
  • mahleria

    Posted that sort of in jest after reading your Carlos quote. As much as I love his interpretations, his father Erich always manages to surprise me with his untraditional tempi and rhythmic energy that have never been bested. Every recording seems to have this boundless sense of spontaneous drama. Tightrope walk over the Grand Canyon filled with sharks and gators.

    19 mars 2012 Répondre
  • mahleria

    Erich Kleiber > Carlos Kleiber.

    18 mars 2012 Répondre
  • Taxes

    well, it's hard to play steady when you're flying above the keyboard like that

    1 mars 2012 Répondre
  • Seavas

    /人 ◕ ‿‿ ◕ 人\

    10 oct. 2011 Répondre
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  • Taxes

    ( ≖‿≖)

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"Your orchestra is the most wonderful English virgin. All she needs to achieve ultimate perfection is to be raped by a hot-blooded Italian. I will do that for you!" - Victor De Sabata, to Walter Legge about the Philharmonia Orchestra

"Once and heard Erdmann and Gieseking play a four-hand recital. It was so /funny/-both fellows, you know, were giants with big hands and long arms. And they both started snorting and making other incredible noises-particularly in Schubert, because they were so excited. It was beautiful playing. But people were actually tittering a little bit." - Claudio Arrau

"During the same recording he [Vladimir de Pachmann] shouts (whilst playing) ‘heavy piano!’ meaning he is struggling with a stiff-actioned keyboard. This instrument was, however, Pachmann’s own Baldwin piano that HMV had taken to their studios in the Small Queen’s Hall."

"...And he described it in a typically Carlos Kleiber way. He said, ‘With the Berlin Phil and the opening of “Coriolan,” it was like driving into a brick wall at 50 miles an hour in a Rolls Royce.’ That’s how he heard it, that’s how he did it, that’s who he was, that was the musicianship and magicianship of Carlos Kleiber. There was, I think, no other like him.” - Charles Barber

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