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#1660866 - 04/15/11 06:57 PM Scriabin and Liszt
op30no3 Offline
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Registered: 01/29/07
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Loc: Rochester, NY
Here's the latter half of a recital I recently gave:

Scriabin 5th Sonata: http://www.box.net/shared/p7kf0oslxc
Excuse the opening... it gets better!

Liszt Aux cyprès de la Villa d'Este I: Thrénodie: http://www.box.net/shared/92ti1b9e1a

Liszt Les jeux d'eaux à la Villa d'Este: http://www.box.net/shared/o7kfuqad5p


Edited by op30no3 (04/15/11 07:14 PM)
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#1660877 - 04/15/11 07:25 PM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: op30no3]
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Didn't listen to the Liszt, but holy crap Scriabin 5 I love that piece. It's pretty good! Good job laugh I really want to learn it but I probably shouldn't since I tried some of it and some of the stuff is just way too hard.


Edited by trigalg693 (04/15/11 07:25 PM)

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#1660898 - 04/15/11 08:16 PM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: op30no3]
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Great job! More specifically, I love the lyrical quality of your playing. The Scriabin was one of the most overtly joyous performances of this Sonata, which to me IS his happiest piece (closely followed by Sonata No 4). It's uncannily reminiscent of Messaien's lush and effusive earlier music. Similarly, the Fountains of the Villa d'Este was I thought your "piece de resistance" -- meltingly beautiful, with a clear melodic arch from beginning to end.

You're a pleasure to listen to, and thanks for sharing!

PS: Did listen to The Cypresses as well -- first time I've heard it, didn't warm up to it much as a piece. But, again, beautifully played.

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#1662709 - 04/19/11 02:52 AM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: op30no3]
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This is A++ performance! You really know how to play!

I especially enjoyed the Scriabin. But both Liszts were captivating! You have a way with the piano, and that is an understatement in the extreme!...

Thank you so much for sharing your work! What kind of recital was this? When do we get to hear more? grin

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#1662770 - 04/19/11 07:40 AM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: op30no3]
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You're a pro! Mind sharing your piano playing history? Do you attend a conservatory?
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#1663016 - 04/19/11 03:04 PM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: op30no3]
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Brendan, this was brilliant!! Thanks for sharing.

Impatient to hear the other half.
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#1665605 - 04/24/11 12:11 AM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: liszt85]
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Glad you guys have enjoyed it!

This was part of my BM degree recital at the Eastman School of Music.
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#1668688 - 04/29/11 05:23 PM Re: Scriabin and Liszt [Re: op30no3]
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May I aske, in which year were you in Eastman? Which studio were you in?

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