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So, I started watching this and thought, "Ok, my idol has finally lost me. This is just silly." But then, within minutes, she had me convinced that this is obviously what Tchaikovsky meant. I would describe the character as goofy. It's remarkable that no one else I can think of draws such a stark contrast between such clearly different musical ideas. She's discovered something new outside the typical tradition of performance. When the third movement begins it makes much more sense structurally to me now as a return. Anyways... prepare yourselves.
Hi everybody!! I would like to share with you this book: Fundamentals of Interpretation By Edoardo Catemario I think it's a great new entry in my personal list of the "books of my music library". It's a little manual that contains all those information that every expert musician knows. It's written by Edoardo Catemario who said: "It took me over 15 years to make it as concise as possible and is now only 36 pages. Everything you need in order to understand the very basic knowledges of interpretation is here". The book is in pdf format and is free to download: http://www.catemario.com/blog/?page_id=683 I hope to have been helpful to anyone who wants to play better following the "Art" of a great musician. SetteNoteInsieme