Sandro Bisotti wrote:
> Don't expect any great or revolutionary music.
I've heard only 3 of them.
No, it is not. But why do not play it (and as well as you done)?
Glinka.....I remember a russian film on this composer. He meets Liszt,
and who is Liszt in this film? Sviatoslav Richter (you can see this in the film "Richter, the enigma")
I've heard about this movie, but never watched it. Do you remember the its title?
Yes, unpretentious repertoire, I don't think Glinka wrote anything of lasting value for the piano.
Hmm, but these six pieces aren't entirely representative. There are also some longer pieces with surprisingly complex and unusual harmonics. I'm going to have a closer look at these soon.
Of course by introducing a new composer you must now provide the bio... Laughing But do it in German if you prefer, I can translate it.
Okay, okay, give me some time, I'll do it. You seem to do quite well with languages (sometimes, I even need a dictionary to understand your postings
), but I think it'll be easier if I do it in English. One of the kind native speakers here will correct my mistakes, I hope.