Chopin Commentary, News, Reviews, & Previews

Answers to Reader Questions

Celebrated neurologist and author Oliver Sacks responds to New York Times’ readers queries about “amusic” migraine auras. Sacks recounts a passage from his best-selling book “Musicophilia…”
New York Times – United States
On the first, I was driving along the Bronx River Parkway, listening to a Chopin ballade on the radio, when a strange alteration of the music occurred.
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Lang Lang Plays Recital With LA Orchestra
Huliq.com
, a new site of “citizen blogger journalism” prints full press release announcing Lang Lang recital at Disney Hall on March 4….
HULIQ – Hickory,NC,USA
He went on to win first prize at the Tchaikovsky International Young Musicians Competition and played the complete 24 Etudes of Chopin at the Beijing
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Beethoven and the Bronx

Nice profile of pianist Richard Goode in UK daily in advance of his next performance in London… “This season, he has taken on a role as the first associate artist at the Southbank Centre in London. Goode began his residency last autumn by giving a recital with soprano Dawn Upshaw that included Schoenberg’s rarely heard song cycle The Book of the Hanging Garden. This month, he returns to London for a solo recital of Bach, Chopin, Mozart and Debussy, a series of masterclasses and a lecture recital devoted to Chopin. In May, he makes his final appearance in a piano duo recital with fellow American Jonathan Biss.”

Guardian Unlimited – UK
This month, he returns to London for a solo recital of Bach, Chopin, Mozart and Debussy, a series of masterclasses and a lecture recital devoted to Chopin.
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CLASSICAL MUSIC

Hungarian pianist Peter Petris emerges from artistic hiatus for a DC-area recital with mixed results…
Washington Post – United States
The three Chopin dances, including the famous C-sharp Minor and “Minute” waltzes of Op. 64, were rhythmically destabilized by a curiously eccentric rubato.
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Chopin in the Blogosphere

Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)

A musician’s favorite Chopin? An inscrutable site…..

By Mark Alburger(Mark Alburger)
Frederic Chopin (March 10, 1810 – October 17, 1849) Nocturne in Eb (1830) Etude (“Revolutionary”), Op. 10, No. 12 (1831) Mazurka in Bb Major, Op. 7, No. 1 (1832) Preludes (1839) No. 1 in C Major No. 2 in A Minor No. 3 in G Major
Music History – http://markalburgermusichistory.blogspot.com/

Piano no Mori

Chopin anime?

They played chopin one minute waltz. yeah, its a famous song but i still love it cause it’s chopin. Oh, and they also played Bhetoven’s fur elise, which i hand mimicked along while watching (yay for finger muscle memory haha). oh,
Blogs – MyAnimeList.net – http://myanimelist.net/blog.php

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