Incredibly impressed, and then moved beyond words by both artists.I will hear this often, Sean. Thank you!
I wasn't very clear. By both artists, in this post, I meant Berezovsky and Mussorgsky.I couldn't compare one pianist to the other. Such different style... As you say, much to discover. :)
Claudia,for me Fazil Say has more charisma, however, Berezovsky - in his way - is brilliant, too.There's much to discover. :)
Ha ha, just had deleted the reply you are refering to, due to a dtected typo.You are right, it's diffcicult and probably would be unfair, to compare them.
I'm laughing too...:))))))
... ahem ... only to produce some more.Won't delete this, though. After all, imperfectness has a certain charme of its own.
Perfection can be very boring..:)
I should have added: that's why I abstain from it. :) :) :)
Thank you for another treat, Sean! Pictures at an Exhibition is a perennial favourite of mine, and this piece in particular has thrilled me since childhood. When I was young it sounded so epic, so intense and so strange that I wondered how it had come from a human mind at all.
Now that's a lovely surprise that by choosing this one I could please your ears. Cheers.