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Tiempo’s Revolutionary Thirds Equals Three?

One plus one equals three?
Synergy.
It’s a word most of us are familiar with, but sometimes difficult to grasp.
Synergies arise when the combination of energies, resources, talents and efforts add up to more than the sum of their parts.
The idea of combining challenging principles in the √Čtudes of Chopin (Opp. 10 and 25) was tested at an early stage by Leopold Godowsky in his 48 Studies on Chopin¬īs √Čtudes (and recorded by Marc-Andr√© Hamelin in 2000).

This is Tiempo’s own two Chopin √©tudes mix-arrangement of the ‚ÄĚRevolutionary‚ÄĚ Op. 10/12 and the ‚ÄĚThirds‚ÄĚ Op. 25/6.


Heralded by critics and fellow musicians as one of the outstanding pianists of his generation, Argentine-Venezuelan pianist Sergio Tiempo has quickly risen to international prominence since his debut in 1986 at age 14 as part of the “Great Pianists” series at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw.
He now appears regularly in recitals and with orchestras in the great concert halls of Europe, North America, South America and Japan.


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