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#1879931 - 04/15/12 08:51 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
Eglantine Offline

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Morning/afternoon, folks.

If there's one band I would always travel to see, it would be Radiohead.

Here's a snippet from their Scotch Mist session, which was webcast from their studios around New Year a few years back:

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#1879940 - 04/15/12 09:32 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Piano Joy, what a thrill to see David animated and smiling.
Here's how I'm used to seeing him play!

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#1879941 - 04/15/12 09:34 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Congratulations to Nico Rosberg on his first win. Brilliant race this morning.

Here's a wonderful song for me to start a Sunday.



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#1879946 - 04/15/12 09:44 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Afternoon, Richard. Thanks for the reminder of this great song.

I always preferred the Gram Parsons versions - with or without Keith. Mick's voice just ruins it for me.
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#1879948 - 04/15/12 09:47 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Hey Piano Joy and Richard, I’m glad you both posted those videos of David Fray. I love this pianist, he always seems so passionate.

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#1879959 - 04/15/12 10:39 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Recaredo]
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Good morning everyone! These are some great posts. I've never listened to David Fray before. I am looking forward to hearing more from him. Very gifted.

My first Sunday classical post is greatly influenced by Recaredo. Ever since he introduced us to the fandango I've been listening to to other fandangos as well. Here is one written by Domenico Scarlatti.

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#1879965 - 04/15/12 11:09 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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My next post is Cello Concerto No.1 in E flat major, G.474 by Luigi Boccherini. The cellist is David Geringas, with the Orchestra da Camera di Padova e del Veneto under the direction of Bruno Giuranna.

Movement 1 - Allegro


Movement 2 - Largo


Movement 3 Allegro - Rondo
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#1879968 - 04/15/12 11:22 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I am out of time and will post some more later this evening, if possible. In the meantime, enjoy the rest of your Sunday!

Rossy, please check your messages!
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#1879987 - 04/15/12 12:04 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Beautiful fandango by Scarlatti, Griffin, very good choice!

I hadn’t listened to that cello concerto before, and I’ve loved it. I believe Boccherini is a bit overlooked; maybe he is overshadowed by the greatness of Haydn and Mozart, who knows, but I always enjoy his works.

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#1880108 - 04/15/12 05:36 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Thanks for the Boccherini, Griffin. Another good find.

I don't know the Gram Parsons version of Wild Horses, Eglantine, except the one with Keith Richards. Keith's singing doesn't appeal but I do love singing it myself.

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I've had a little 'achievement of the week' this weekend with Schubert's Impromptu in A flat.

I've recently returned to piano practise after a 15 year absence and I've been going over this piece every three of four weekends trying to restore it. I got most of it after a couple of tries but the impassioned central section evaded me. Interestingly, I got involved on another thread with the C minor impromptu and had the score on the piano this weekend so I figured I'd have another go at the A flat.

The thought of reading it really put me off so I'd been procrastinating but with the book in front of me I gave it another go and without having to turn a page I played the whole thing through from memory. It's taken three months to remember it but it's back now. It's funny how the memory works!

None of the YouTube videos do much for me with this piece (not even Zimmerman or Brendel); I almost leave my seat in the trio. This fellow gets closest for me.

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#1880135 - 04/15/12 06:30 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: zrtf90]
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So, Richard, when are we going to hear YOUR version of the Impromptu?

Thanks for all the music today, folks! Very relaxing and such a nice change from being at the ballpark and watching 4 games in a row! Now, I need some serious couch time....(dang, no piano for me today)
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#1880145 - 04/15/12 06:46 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: piano joy]
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Originally Posted By: piano joy
...

As an aside....it's rather funny, about 1:15 into it, he turns a page (music on top of the piano) without looking up AND he appears not to need the music at all. Why bother turning the page?



My guess is that he knows where he is vis-a-vis the sheet music so turns the page as insurance ... "just in case I get a mental blank at around bar xx".
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#1880324 - 04/16/12 12:44 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Hi everyone! It was 2 weeks ago when I performed my piano solo at an Open Mic. I promised I would share a video of that performance with the folks here on RST.

Unfortunately, the phone video recording taken that evening was a disaster. The good news is that I had the piece videotaped on the same stage with the same piano. It was recorded with much higher quality recording equipment, and I've decided to present that instead.

I performed Rhapsody a few weeks ago at an Open Mic onstage. With the exception of me, the other artists were students who were performing Rap, and Spoken Word. Needless to say, I was not sure how well my 20th Century classical piano would go. It went well, and I got a standing ovation!

Feel free to share any constructive feedback on a thread I am creating elsewhere on ABF. Thanks, and I hope you enjoy it!

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#1880393 - 04/16/12 05:39 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Marvellous, Griffin! And what a gorgeous piece!

I listened the first time without watching the vid - it felt like I was listening to BBC Radio 3. And I mean that in a good way!

I'm on my third listen...
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#1880394 - 04/16/12 05:44 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Griffin, what are the chords around 0:32-0:39 and 1:24 -1:31?
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#1880407 - 04/16/12 07:25 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Griffin, congrats on your performance! It’s absolutely outstanding. It has a fantastic rhythm, and the dynamic is so well developed along the piece. All the sections are under control by a solid technique. It’s very expressive rendition on this beautiful music, I’ve loved it.

It’s has been a pleasure to watch and listen to your video, Griffin, thanks for sharing it. I’m looking forward to hear more recordings of yours.
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#1880418 - 04/16/12 08:21 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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My goodness, Griffin, what a powerful performance!

<stands and applauds>

What a marvellous feeling it must be to resurrect a piece like that after so many years. One of the great advantages of learning a big piece or two early on is that no matter how long you leave the piano for, you can always come back strong using memorised technique.

You must be rightly proud of an achievement like that. Well done, very well done indeed!
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#1880438 - 04/16/12 09:17 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: zrtf90]
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Griffin, dude!

I'm impressed! Agree with all the above comments and I can only add you have some charisma at the piano. Too many boring pianists out there and you are NOT among them! Thanks for sharing, I know that took quite a bit of work !
Lovely to place a face with a name, too....

(p.s. don't think for one minute this will make me forget a piece or two of unCOOL music you've posted- ha ha!)
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#1880538 - 04/16/12 01:37 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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No more adjectives left for me frown
I just want to bow before you and take some dust from your feet as blessings, so that I may have a bit of your outstanding skills!!!

Thank you very very much for creating such a magnificent gift for us!

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#1880560 - 04/16/12 02:07 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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WOW!!! I can't thank you all enough for your kind words of support and congratulations. It means a great deal to me. Yes, this Rhapsody is very special to me in so many ways. As time permits, I will write more background notes about it on another thread I've created on ABF called, "My First Video Recording of "Rhapsody".

Eglantine, I will be able to answer your questions about the chord progressions after I get to my sheet music later today on the other thread.

Right now, however, I feel like celebrating! And this is Rostoskys Serious Thread where we get to share the music we enjoy with each other! I'd love to hear any music you all like to hear for any celebration today!

I'll get things started with something I always loved when I was first learning the Rhapsody. Fortunately for Piano Joy, I wasn't listening to Kool and the Gang in 1965! laugh Too bad, it's fun to gently tease her!

BTW, PJ, I just read your PM. Thanks, I truly appreciate the suggestion. I'll write back a bit later.

Without further delay, my celebratory post will not be classical. It is a classic, however. Here's Diana Ross and the Supremes!

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#1880616 - 04/16/12 03:57 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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And another classic in celebratory style...

Starting with the chord that caused as much stir in the rock world as the Tristan chord did in Wagner's day, this is where The Beatles enter the Rock world (as distinct from Rock 'n' Roll or Pop) by adding the flattened seventh chord under the idiomatic lines 'working like a dog' and 'sleeping like a log'. They eventually went into Mixolydian melodies with Norwegian Wood but they kept the blues based flattened third here in the melody line.

The flattened seventh makes a novel cadence in the verse, which finishes with a nicely crafted plagal cadence before yet another unusual Beatles bridge, this time swooping into the mediant ('When I'm home...') before sneaking in an almost unnoticed standard I-vi-IV-V to close the bridge.

The finish is another surprise and is again on the flattened seventh using an added ninth on George's guitar riff.

The Beatles weren't the first to use a flattened seventh but they were the first to popularise it. Buddy Holly (a big McCartney influence) had used it in Well All Right (to which McCartney later bought the copyright).

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#1880630 - 04/16/12 04:10 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: zrtf90]
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Originally Posted By: zrtf90
And another classic in celebratory style...

Starting with the chord that caused as much stir in the rock world as the Tristan chord did in Wagner's day, this is where The Beatles enter the Rock world (as distinct from Rock 'n' Roll or Pop) by adding the flattened seventh chord under the idiomatic lines 'working like a dog' and 'sleeping like a log'. They eventually went into Mixolydian melodies with Norwegian Wood but they kept the blues based flattened third here in the melody line.

The flattened seventh makes a novel cadence in the verse, which finishes with a nicely crafted plagal cadence before yet another unusual Beatles bridge, this time swooping into the mediant ('When I'm home...') before sneaking in an almost unnoticed standard I-vi-IV-V to close the bridge.

The finish is another surprise and is again on the flattened seventh using an added ninth on George's guitar riff.

The Beatles weren't the first to use a flattened seventh but they were the first to popularise it. Buddy Holly (a big McCartney influence) had used it in Well All Right (to which McCartney later bought the copyright).





thumb This is about the same time I was just becoming acquainted with the Beatles in the good ole U.S.A. It was earlier that we were becoming aware of what is now referred to the Brittish invasion. It wasn't an invasion in my mind, however. It was some more music to listen to and enjoy and not! I enjoyed! Still do! Thanks!
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#1880652 - 04/16/12 04:40 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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Sorry, I've only now just had a chance to listen. Griffin, that was absolutely beautiful! And without sheet music in front of you? Really, really wonderful playing!
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#1880662 - 04/16/12 04:48 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Good afternoon!

Oooh I'm so behind in posts! cry So much reading to catch up!

Hows everyone been? I've been really silly busy but it's slowing down enough that I'm back!

Here's my pick for today!

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#1880706 - 04/16/12 05:36 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Two things:

First thing, Allthough Griffin did not wear a black and white concert pianists outfit, he nevertheless nailed the rhapsody, proving that dedication and hard work can overcome the lack of saville row suits. ( You had to guess I would make some sort of joke eh Griffin?) lol.

Second thing: I feel so proud and honoured to have you Griffin as a regular poster on RST and your dedication and skill shown for the love of music is so obvious for all to see, I feel certain many will be waiting with anticipation for your next piece to give us all pleasure, Excellent Griffin, well played, well executed,and thank you so much for hosting your performance here first... again many thanks.


Third thing: Becca can you show us the piccies of your bottom, so we can check they have done the operation correctly? You know we need this info, or you know we require it for our own guilty pleasures and secret vices?
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#1880712 - 04/16/12 05:42 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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LMAO..... hmmmm now where did that picture go?..
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#1880745 - 04/16/12 06:21 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Impressive performance Griffin !

How about a little pepper to celebrate?



Edited by KeysAngler (04/16/12 06:22 PM)

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#1880861 - 04/16/12 11:18 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Originally Posted By: Rostosky
Two things:

First thing, Allthough Griffin did not wear a black and white concert pianists outfit, he nevertheless nailed the rhapsody, proving that dedication and hard work can overcome the lack of saville row suits. ( You had to guess I would make some sort of joke eh Griffin?) lol.

Second thing: I feel so proud and honoured to have you Griffin as a regular poster on RST and your dedication and skill shown for the love of music is so obvious for all to see, I feel certain many will be waiting with anticipation for your next piece to give us all pleasure, Excellent Griffin, well played, well executed,and thank you so much for hosting your performance here first... again many thanks.






First Rossy, I would have been shocked and disappointed if you had not made a joke! laugh. You know I love you're sense of humor! More importantly, my sincerest thanks to you and everyone for your very kind words. As for RST, I so treasure being a part of it. It's where I feel most at home.

Thanks again. Love to everyone!



Edited by griffin2417 (04/17/12 07:23 AM)
Edit Reason: Typo
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#1880891 - 04/17/12 01:16 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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Originally Posted By: griffin2417
Hi everyone! It was 2 weeks ago when I performed my piano solo at an Open Mic. I promised I would share a video of that performance with the folks here on RST.

Unfortunately, the phone video recording taken that evening was a disaster. The good news is that I had the piece videotaped on the same stage with the same piano. It was recorded with much higher quality recording equipment, and I've decided to present that instead.

I performed Rhapsody a few weeks ago at an Open Mic onstage. With the exception of me, the other artists were students who were performing Rap, and Spoken Word. Needless to say, I was not sure how well my 20th Century classical piano would go. It went well, and I got a standing ovation!

Feel free to share any constructive feedback on a thread I am creating elsewhere on ABF. Thanks, and I hope you enjoy it!


I also want to thank you for sharing this. I love hearing new piano music like this. Beautifully played - listening to it a number of times now. It's one of the those pieces that can make a piano really sing.

I haven't ventured into this thread yet. Looks like I have been missing out on some great music. Wow...156 pages....how am i going to get any work done?

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#1880949 - 04/17/12 05:00 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Hey Richard, it's Gram that does the singing in his/Flying Burrito Brothers version (with backing from the band).

It's on 1970's Burrito Deluxe, and on various Gram Parsons anthologies (thus predating the Stones' version on Sticky Fingers).

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