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tv   Arts.21 - Daniil Trifonov - A New Chopin Part 2  Deutsche Welle  January 29, 2018 1:30pm-2:01pm CET

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in the spring of twenty seventeen the german industrial city don't mind is the setting for a special musical encounter. it's the first time pianist dunoon to front off and
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the mana chamber orchestra record both of frederic chopin is to be an ungenerous with a new orchestration. pletnev responsible for the arrangement is also wielding the paternal. didn't go over the kids any whites is the sisterhood. techniques are perfect so when it's things i like to have i. guess it's fifty to of icebox. if. i'm tired to get heated and there's and that i was last month i was the the technician is itemized and as my music doubles mom does as the other one. the man on the stage here stable to transmit his feeling for all the. sounding material from the hearts of people who are listening to him.
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johnny on twitter and off was born in one thousand nine hundred one in russia at the age of five he starts playing the piano he studies in moscow and the united states question off wins numerous piano competitions and has already released five albums his latest release is devoted to. that because it doesn't have an excuse it's like every node. of course the wonderful way that. daniel different off lives in new york there he spends much of his time traveling the world he performs about one hundred sixty concerts a year. we kyle plec naf is a pianist conductor and composer since the early one nine hundred eighty s. he's recorded more than one hundred albums and won numerous awards in two thousand
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and five he won a grammy with martha argerich in one nine hundred ninety he founded the russian national orchestra and became its principal conductor he started composing at the age of twelve chamber music orchestral pieces vocal works and even jazz. of course you know the shop and was not that much interested in orchestra with us always called the poorly of piano i love this music but as to think about the opposition if at the very bitter feeling then i said just me my eldest version actually was doing four for us to enjoy. blake the question from the pm.
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or her or her. it's really the first time i've played that's a good position i was ahead of the senator when we follow other hand this detailed and accountable chilling he gets no lights then he has. a confront and sense of timing and then it's also very colorful and. ends of self when that enough and out of the first bunch of the very. a lot of. dialogue between the piano and of an orchestra and that's what actually makes it's. real concerto.
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to post to piano concertos are both very popular with audiences though some critics feel they fall short of his other works. his orchestration has attracted much criticism because piano and orchestra are not created equally. the. piano part is so beautiful. unfortunately in the original position. those last moments with those with the long sustained notes. it doesn't look.
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like. it's funny play this new version for me personally because i know the original orchestration quite well and it's i don't have more or less to do i just have different things to do occasionally an oboe will suddenly play what was an individual note that i had in the original and it's a very strange feeling it's almost as if you're playing but you don't have your instrument to your lips and then the other times i've got some more interesting figures that i never would have seen the previous version so actually it's keeping me on my toes and i i like it slowed down. i had for large management in arkansas part because i shut up from my place into something muttered under his eyes and.
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was almost mind instantly pocket. i mean again it's this type of eyes i was instrumental to got until two and a more nish number from two i'm sure the swedish garden mine clung saw in these moms and wanted our office to be able to finance think of us in store when polk or a food and zero zero thirty gift of this soon could enter a little softer few doors. are. shut if we ever start a serious mistake. yes in the park. instead sharp said though yes you're absolutely right. thank you yeah. thank you.
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all for the focus of serious reporter i'm going up there for you for something to. grow up without screaming. it's known for it hence we're quite particular fourth and fifth finger. or it exactly the same length as his fourth finger so there's that unusual structure of his hands which sort of. police are sometimes useful for comfort which is for the most generous with morning edition no. hand. are difficult. the bus with. much.
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i think it all took on. the. whole. the whole. stable part is putting itself. what it was so that all well let's put it in your. record so that we sure you feel me should put importance will in the school. of business with them what. was. the reason you. told us the building of. the new tree falling off lives in new york with his fiance judith ramirez they know each other from when they both studied piano at the
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cleveland institute of music you know higher he says that she has much more concentration with you also with your well well wishes with whom. she actually follows you'll both of them have a. role so i keep coming up certainly. i find it to be a video free seats here and the first so many of the rights of ideas and i feel very comfortable to be in a couple part of them lot of there are people from all kinds of the big nose and history sense. this is also full of this incredible blend of cultures well. it's just i don't think in the us. but you know it's not only about the city so say both are you. and suppress yourself from mississippi because sometimes you need time for yourself in it to
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learn from your different story if you just consider you need to. relax in. different ways and sometimes sometimes so on the contrary it's good talk. is a good tool to just shut the windows and have a space. you know a second concerto starts with. so . and then. you mind the bunch of them.
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is. both will both be humans they are like the wolf we think in answer to my cynicism about the vet of course in dell seem to convince him exist hearns old world. one simple question after being more dramatic and which envelopment might show it is a dick. video who has a lot of nervousness and wish constant turmoil of zero. dollars and. very expressive. but expensive uncertainties.
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suspense left to authorize he's very evident in of a second concerto where seen for its i to reach its a very a it's a coming three dramatic section that uses change of harming the plates term or whatever streams in the orchestra.
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and you know all of them as if it's like it's like a very good he'll human speech voice. trying to or. never somethin somethin very important to the listener. and of the whole thing which is one of the. because it would look at least.
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three different version. of this with a with the reopening. of stuff but that would mean that the. worst thing was going on with so much of the. talk with your super secret i mean you're. going to do is a bit because i thought with you because i was a gold digger that you never see a person because of the physical you know. what. was but it's a little. bit as it was all often wonderment so if you look at the time. that's yeah feels proby in v.a. before the first leaked as a flop of and then years and vacs it's fun much bittersweet need just like you sign and i thought about it but. also it will be something significant to the same person that. i get this you know the feel simply i'm not going to feel i'm playing
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two seconds i play like this you cheat and you see together so it's like it should start with you come on. up and it's i think it was me that has to i think from the me. it's i mean it's like it was just like of the newest one yeah but it's and also like it's it's really it's a play sounds like three instruments and you know you have like these some of the kinds of the it isn't such a voice it sounds like a bumblebee yet it's one. of the. thank you to the seems to me most of. us are similarities. which by the number beneath his ear for five it is a target for him as poor behind i answered the problem artist village kingpin and i glue someone to correct. all. india.
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and can say that the middle east didn't it and desist jesus can sound that's just the nominal design does his thesis what's on t.v. one. the recording sessions and rehearsals are complete at the door going to concert halls the countdown is on front of house as well as backstage. the preparation starts and that's telling me this before in some solvers before sometimes it really can be a baby for. most helpful is when you kind of put yourself away from different disturbances and you like you don't think about it or didn't you don't think about what you're trying to you know it's like a like a like a horse blinders but mental once it's like you did try to. to limit yourself from a spanking just was a balance of. this way so you music and you can concert more music.
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i often listen myself when i play. so yeah i usually don't let's just regulus happen in the surroundings but i'm constrained it's on the stage. most of the noise the sunlight won't even be aware of looking for this cell phone in my bus somewhere in the other plane of course just us but not tonight because international among us or whatever folks know. for
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the. us. sort of and i think the whole there's a certain in the moment sensation because everything happens in a sickly moment so. makes the music to be the style. was. was. the new clues here so much emotion in the music. you know.
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from the movie would. kwanten they understand the fifth to simply have to know who's something to say. she said well to attract the attention of the middle of the cloth was wealthy and he's having to give in all of. us who tries to course also kill himself. over the name and the truth for for with his food. many people just really knows what the lure and. has something to say.
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