Fantastic! A very complex work with non-subtle dissonances. Fazil Say is truly enjoying his performance. I would too if I had four hands instead of two at the piano!Will Stravinsky's Rite be played at Seanhenge (sacrifice included) to gain the favours of the God of Spring? I would like to attend...:)
Seanhenge? I like that!
Claudia,actually, I chose this piece rather than for the music for its title. :)Nothing against Strawinsky, though. Well, and as for Fazil Say I need no more to say, hm? :)Re your question: The rites in and around Seanhenge are sean-esque, thus Strawinsky-free. :) Sacrifices? No! D.E.,:)may I introduce you to Seanhenge? Jams,Technic meets virtuosity. Glad you enjoyed it.
I had missed the comments and replies on Seanhenge. Priceless...:) :) :)
I'm well impressed by Seanhenge. Is it still in existence?
It is, D.E., it is.Currently I am thinking of widening the circle, so that two people could sit within, read (f.e. Boswell's London Journals), talk or just silently contemplate while serenely watching the busy birds and humble-bees ...
Reading Prokofiev's diaries. He is writing about his meeting with Stravinsky and them playing the Rite of Spring together. Would it have been like this....?Bertus
Bertus,very probably not. :)