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Topic: The art of Maria Yudina  (Read 1855 times)

Offline david

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The art of Maria Yudina
on: October 26, 2003, 08:35:33 PM
Hello everybody;

Who knows Maria Yudina?
I have heard some recordings of Mozart Concerto n.20, Haydn sonate n.52 and some Mozart's fantasies. Her sound is really beauty, and her interpretation is amazing.
I do like her really much. I think there aren't pianists like her nowadays. :o
Does anyone know something more about her?

David.

Offline thracozaag

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Re: The art of Maria Yudina
Reply #1 on: October 27, 2003, 08:00:06 PM
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Hello everybody;

Who knows Maria Yudina?
I have heard some recordings of Mozart Concerto n.20, Haydn sonate n.52 and some Mozart's fantasies. Her sound is really beauty, and her interpretation is amazing.
I do like her really much. I think there aren't pianists like her nowadays. :o
Does anyone know something more about her?

David.


 Apparently she was Stalin's favorite pianist (perhaps a dubious distinction), and played all the WTC preludes and fugues of Bach.
"We have to reach a certain level before we realize how small we are."--Georges Cziffra
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