[quote="pianolady"]My dear Sandro Bisotti,
I don’t think the classical music world is desperate enough to elevate some “Chinese blacksmith” into stardom when there are a thousand really good players in the world.
Without any polemics: this is exactly what I think!
But a moment. Not "desperate", the chinese market about piano (concert, lessons, instruments,
concerts, recordings etc.) is fabulous. I'll prefer other there are better chinese testimonial
of this "boom", and I think many chinese pianists plays better than him. But this opinion is nothing;
the fact (absolutely positive, IMHO) is the interest of chinese culture for classical music and pianism.
> We all have our opinions and you have very strong ones. That’s fine, that’s what this forum is
Surely. Sorry for my being so direct in my opinions. But I find it's better to exaggerate
(without becoming personal, but it's not our case) than telling that all is the same, all are
> And I hope you're not too upset with me right now, (are you waving your hands in the air and mumbling obscenities?
Let me tell you I like better your Chopin and the fact you are so agreeable to your
opinions about LangLang.....
Bye, and again excuse for my extremism.
"Au revoir" to next discussion (and next our recordings. Mine are much better now at 2000 CD than
when I was at 200, I cannot imagine as they sounds when I'll be at 20000...