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Here’s Lisitsa playing my one of my favorites. My fingers seize up just thinking about trying to play this. As someone who has tried to learn op. Grief, Chopin was most definitely fucking with us. But I don’t think her interpretation of the Rachmaninoff is rgieg musical, or artistic or some word like that.

It’s a display of terrific technique, in the original sense of the word. But I find it so fast especially in the section with the large left-hand leaps that many nuances are lost, gibzburg the inner voices almost entirely inaudible or missing. Just me being a pick-ass. I’d give a kidney and all three testicles to be able to play that well. In terms of piano virtuosity, I like Ravel’s Jeax D’eauwhich is usually translated as something like fountains or falling water.

If you just sit back and listen, you can totally hear the water playing. But then if you sit up and focus on the music, you can barely comprehend what’s going on from a technical standpoint. Grleg wouldn’t say it’s quite as technical as this piece, but I do think interpretation shines through much more powerfully, as different pianist’s takes really show their personalities.

There are far vrieg difficult, and more musical, piano pieces out there. This is impressive, but just octaves at breakneck speeds don’t do much for me.

I like Apocalyptica’s version. He’s probably referring to the fact that, toward groeg end of the song, the problem of increasing tempos becomes obvious: Pitches muddy together, especially in the lower register, leading to a less-polished sound that greg from the overall quality of the song.

Oh man, I haven’t listened to In a Flesh Aquarium in years! Thank you for reminding me that UneXpect exist! Anyway, the reason I ask is because in comparison to most famous classical piano music, the transcription and video in ginsburg OP is remarkably un musical.


It’s more focused on being showy and flashy, musical pyrotechnics if you will, than actually making an artistic statement.

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Listen to something like Liszt’s Mephisto Waltz 1 for an idea of something that is still devilishly hard to play in spots even more difficult to play than that Grieg transcriptionbut still speaks. But I think a lot of the most impressive piano rep, musically speaking, isn’t so focused on sounding flashy. One of my favorites is Ravel’s Une barque sur l’ocean — who would have thought one guy and a piano could paint such a vivid picture of a boat on the ocean? I would rather call it an impressive display of technique, while that technique might not be the best musical rendition of the piece.

The camera work is infuriating. Don’t talk about how it’s a wrist breaker and then not show the fucking hands! This is a wrist breaker: Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

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Grieg-Ginzburg in the Hall of the Mountain King

Want to add to the discussion? Valentina Lisitsa playing Rachmaninoff.

I once owned a signed copy of one of her albums, so great was my fandom. I also like how it has lyrical sections and then just batshit crazy technical sections. A strip club in Vegas.