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#2245085 - 03/12/14 12:15 AM 1st formal performance in an informal concert at Hughes Hall
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A concert following the Formal Hall in Cambridge





Edited by Astor Piazzolla (03/12/14 12:25 AM)
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#2245306 - 03/12/14 12:01 PM Re: 1st formal performance in an informal concert at Hughes Hall [Re: Astor Piazzolla]
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Nice job, Astor! Nobody does sad and haunting more beautifully than Piazzolla (well, OK, Brahms, Rachmaninov, and Barber). "Oblivion" is a great introduction to his really quite unique contribution to Classical music -- very South American in its ability to bridge classical and popular idioms in a convincing way. Thanks for sharing this!

PS: Totally unrelated to music -- what is the present prognosis for building new nuclear facilities to meet energy demands? Since the Japanese disaster, Germany announced suspension of further nuclear development, I think predominantly because they've identified sufficient alternative means to meet their energy demands -- but is that true for other parts of the world? Just curious.

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#2245351 - 03/12/14 12:59 PM Re: 1st formal performance in an informal concert at Hughes Hall [Re: Astor Piazzolla]
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Very well played!

I have played quite several of Piazzolla's pieces and think they're sensationally terrific. But sometimes I feel the sadness/nostalgia of some of his most famous works(Oblivion, Adios Nonino, Invierno Porteno, Milonga del Angel)is almost too much to deal with for both the listener and performer.

Here's a beautiful vocal quartet version of Adios Nonino:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07gOK6pZ72A

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#2286994 - 06/07/14 01:50 PM Re: 1st formal performance in an informal concert at Hughes Hall [Re: Tim Adrianson]
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Arguably, diversity is of paramount importance to the energy security. No individual technology will provide the silver bullet.Personally, I am in favor of the strategy of taking modest efforts across diverse sectors in place of with particular emphasis on nuclear power.
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