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 Post subject: un altra voltra il stesso pezzo di Debussy
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 9:07 am 
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All'ultima volta la mia interpretazione
di Debussy era terribile.
Adesso capisco meglio come si puo cotrollare il pedale.
E mi sembra che Ballade si sia avicinato
un po al suo stile.


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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 5:09 pm 
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Hi Teppi,

From what I remember about your previous recording, it certainly was not terrible.

This one is much different I think. An unusual interpretation, a bit high-strung, sounding more like Liszt than Debussy at times, but immensely accomplished. Even if your interpretative decisions may not be to all tastes, you really are a very good pianist and it is about time you get a place on our site now.

I will put this up if you provide me with a biography and a photograph. If you want that, of course.

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 Post subject: thank you!
PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2007 9:42 pm 
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Hi, dear teacher Chris,
I am very thankful for your invitation!
In comparison with the Pianist Mr. Hillmann who has a genuine and illusional vision with an overwelming richness I feel I lack the talent and am still inmature and I feel I am not ready yet.
When I do I will let you know in time to come. Thank you for your repeated invitation!!
Cheers


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 Post subject: Re: thank you!
PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 6:16 am 
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Kazekayou wrote:
Hi, dear teacher Chris,

Haha, that is a good one :) I could not teach you anything even if I was qualified for that.

But an amateur musician (which I assume you are) can hardly ever hope to compare with a professional who has devoted his/her life to making music. In that sense you never may be 'ready'. And Piano Society would be boring if everybody felt they needed to stand up to the pros. So do not let that stop you. There are many people here who are less 'ready' than you are.

BTW- Are you the same person who filed a patent for an improved speaker structure in 1993 ? Just curious.

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 Post subject: Re: thank you!
PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 8:34 am 
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Yes, I am the person who invented full metal speaker system. I have several international patents. Most of them I abandoned as it costs too much to maintain them. Only huge factory which produces airplanes can makes such a speaker. It is very precise and heavy. The aim of this speaker is not the reproduction of music but of the intension and the will of each musician. The characteristics lies not in wide range but in good trangent. If you are interested in the spec of graph, I will send it to you. I listen exclusively to recordings from 78 SP to exactly until 1954, so it does not need the wide frequency. The commercialism, which began from 1955 in the United State and English multi microphone method of Decca totally destroyed music. For instance even though I appreciate Argenta very much, I cannot listen to his recordings. I totally dislike Decca!!
Regarding my piano, I will continue to improve myself until I am satisfied with my own interpretation. Thank for your warm critics and support.Please continue listening to my interpretation!
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