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« Reply #50 on: November 03, 2016, 04:21:41 AM »

Well, I have composed an opera with a sacred theme, and I think it is interesting to add here the first recording made of one of its Arias.



This is the Aramaic version of Pater Noster (Lord's Prayer) for a Baritone with the piano reduction
Aramaic is the language believed to have been spoken by Jesus Christ

The name of the Aria in the original language is ܐܒܘܢ
it sounds "Abwun"  and means almost the same as "Our Father"

The Opera name is  ܡܠܟܐ ܕܝܗܘܕܝܐ {Op.33}
it sounds "Malk'a) d'iyhuwd,aye)" and means "King of Jews"
it is my Op.33

Baritone: Luiz Fernando Sahd & Piano: Artur Cimirro

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« Reply #51 on: November 07, 2016, 08:09:50 PM »

And I also add here one track I recorded in my last studio session.

This will be specially interesting for the ones who have interest in the legendary version made by Alexander Dreyschock of Chopin's Op.10 No.12 in octaves.


Also, the pianist Antonio Domingos made a very interesting version which is already available on youtube. Although there are some people who deslike these new versions and transcriptions, I think it is interesting remember that we had similar works made by Liszt, Godowsky, Reger, Michalowski, Phillip, Zadora, Busoni, Tausig, and several others.

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« Reply #52 on: November 08, 2016, 12:05:59 PM »

I prefer this version to the other one you mention, well done!
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« Reply #53 on: November 08, 2016, 12:20:00 PM »

Yes, you are real, and in fact amazing.  The opera is an outstanding composition.
If you ever perform in the US, I would hope I could have the opportunity to attend your performance.
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« Reply #54 on: November 08, 2016, 05:23:49 PM »

Thank you for your nice words, It is very good to read my work is well received Smiley

Speaking about my opera, today I received the link for the videoclip of this Aria with the singer. Hope you enjoy as much as i do.



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« Reply #55 on: December 27, 2016, 07:13:01 PM »

A late Happy Christmas  Grin and a great 2017 for all!
Here is one piano transcription of Beethoven's Egmont overture Op.84:



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« Reply #56 on: December 27, 2016, 08:53:51 PM »

you're an amazing pianist! why don't you try entering competitions? I'm sure you'd surprise many people!!
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« Reply #57 on: December 27, 2016, 09:19:22 PM »

you're an amazing pianist! why don't you try entering competitions? I'm sure you'd surprise many people!!

You might want to read his biography
http://www.arturcimirro.com.br/en_bio.htm
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« Reply #58 on: December 28, 2016, 03:27:29 AM »

you're an amazing pianist! why don't you try entering competitions? I'm sure you'd surprise many people!!
Thank you ianzilla
well, "I was born too old" for having a chance of entering any decent competitions - next life maybe  Roll Eyes Grin

Thanks dogperson!

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« Reply #59 on: December 28, 2016, 02:39:13 PM »

I find this Egmont transcription more successful than the Henselt one, which I've played and consider a bit thin. I think it is much harder to transcribe Beethoven and Wagner successfully than bel canto, for example - the textures are deeper and more "volcanic". Using too much tremolando to make the sound thicker also can imo become a bit repetitive and cliched after a while.
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« Reply #60 on: December 29, 2016, 03:46:56 AM »

I find this Egmont transcription more successful than the Henselt one, which I've played and consider a bit thin. I think it is much harder to transcribe Beethoven and Wagner successfully than bel canto, for example - the textures are deeper and more "volcanic". Using too much tremolando to make the sound thicker also can imo become a bit repetitive and cliched after a while.
Thank you ronde
I used the full score for the transcription, but I had carefully read Henselt, Weiss (Julien) and Stradal versions long ago, so i understand exactly what you mean.
I'm happy to hear you enjoy my version Smiley
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« Reply #61 on: January 23, 2017, 04:01:27 PM »

Today is 86 years without Anna Pavlova

Anna Pavlova dancing "The Dying Swan" which Mikhail Fokine made specially for her in 1905
Mute video made in 1925 at the Imperial Maryinsky Theater (if I'm not wrong).


Although this video was already in internet, it is always shown "seep up" like Charles Chaplin mute movies.
I slow down the video and played the Saint-Saens/Siloti piano transcription while watching the video in a big screen.
The choreography and music seems much more connected now than in the other videos I found.
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More on Pavlova:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Pavlova

It is nice to note the differences between Pavlova (who dances the "first version"), the recreation by Isabelle Fokine based in the photos of the later revision by Mikhail Fokine and the version by Maya Plisetskaya which is almost a completely different choreography in several aspects (beautiful too, but not in Fokine's style).

Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
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« Reply #62 on: February 20, 2017, 10:16:07 PM »

Next month the first CD with Tivadar (aka Theodore) Szántó's original works will be available



Szántó (1877-1934) was composer and virtuoso pianist, pupil of Busoni, he made the piano revision of Delius Piano Concerto as we know today. and was friend of Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Ferruccio Busoni, Leopold Godowsky, Isidor Phillip, Frederick Delius, Gottfried Galston. Josef Weiss, Alfredo Casella, Emil von Sauer, Bela Bartok, Zoltan Kodaly, Ernst von Dohnányi, Otto Klemperer, Igor Stravinsky, Florent Schmitt,  Ricardo Viñes, among others.
This guy was real... Smiley

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« Reply #63 on: February 21, 2017, 10:01:33 AM »

Take a look at his age, then check out his repertoire and the time it supposedly took him to learn it. Finally screen his compositions/transcriptions. If this is real - then Marc-Andre has finally found his master !

http://br.geocities.com/arturcimirro/index_eng.htm

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« Reply #64 on: February 21, 2017, 02:45:33 PM »




The link no longer works.   Shocked
This is the old website, the "new" is www.arturcimirro.com.br
or just google my name
thanks for the interest Smiley

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« Reply #65 on: February 21, 2017, 03:01:56 PM »

Nice , thanks.  Are you on Facebook?    Smiley
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« Reply #66 on: February 21, 2017, 04:45:46 PM »

Nice , thanks.  Are you on Facebook?    Smiley
No, I'm from NSN (No Social Networks... )  Grin
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« Reply #67 on: March 02, 2017, 10:10:05 PM »

And here a track of the second CD with Szántó complete piano works

Tivadar Szántó transcription of Stravinsky's Marche Chinoise from "Le Rossignol"



one of the hardest pieces to play.

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« Reply #68 on: June 24, 2017, 04:57:31 AM »

And here I am again



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« Reply #69 on: June 24, 2017, 01:22:16 PM »

Cool!
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« Reply #70 on: August 11, 2017, 12:01:38 AM »

Here you have a LEFT HAND ALONE version of RACHMANINOV's Prelude Op.23 No.5 (my own transcription)

You can read the score while listening



I would love to read some words of the members from the forum about my recent projects Smiley

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« Reply #71 on: August 11, 2017, 09:09:15 AM »

Holy hell, well done, it really sounded like two hands in places!
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« Reply #72 on: August 11, 2017, 03:13:49 PM »

Very ingenious!

I know it's a bit silly to more or less ask if you do requests, but have you looked at the Adolfo Fumagalli Robert le Diable for left hand only (op.106)? To me, it seems quite amazing. I've tried to play it and some of it is just beyond me. There is a recording in existence but, good as it is, it's not diabolical enough.
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« Reply #73 on: August 11, 2017, 04:12:18 PM »

Artur, I enjoyed very much the Rach. Prelude.. Love your playing. I especially appreciated how you worked the middle section. Very inventive.
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« Reply #74 on: August 11, 2017, 04:16:54 PM »

Artur, I enjoyed very much the Rach. Prelude.. Love your playing. I especially appreciated how you worked the middle section. Very inventive.
Thank you so much themeandvariation, the feedback is wonderful to help me to keep working Wink
During next days I'll do a nice surprise with some left handed Scriabin!

Very ingenious!

I know it's a bit silly to more or less ask if you do requests, but have you looked at the Adolfo Fumagalli Robert le Diable for left hand only (op.106)? To me, it seems quite amazing. I've tried to play it and some of it is just beyond me. There is a recording in existence but, good as it is, it's not diabolical enough.

Hello Ronde,
Thank you for the feedback,
well, yes, I can do requests, in this case you are asking a piece I already know and played (!)
So no problems to record in the next opportunity in a studio since I already have some scheduled dates.

Anyway you just gave me an idea...  Wink
I can receive other requests too, maybe I can start a project where people give a small fee for help and I can pay the studio for recording the project.
Would you mind if I add your name as the first example of "requested piece" for such project? (your request is free anyway)


Holy hell, well done, it really sounded like two hands in places!
Thank you so much for your reply, I really appreciate your feedback!
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« Reply #75 on: August 11, 2017, 04:23:52 PM »


Hello Ronde,
Thank you for the feedback,
well, yes, I can do requests, in this case you are asking a piece I already know and played (!)
So no problems to record in the next opportunity in a studio since I already have some scheduled dates.

Anyway you just gave me an idea...  Wink
I can receive other requests too, maybe I can start a project where people give a small fee for help and I can pay the studio for recording the project.
Would you mind if I add your name as the first example of "requested piece" for such project? (your request is free anyway)


I would be delighted to put my name to the first example, and very interested to hear what you make of the piece.  Smiley
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« Reply #76 on: August 15, 2017, 08:33:24 AM »

Here a recording of 10 Pieces by Scriabin in my left hand transcriptions!  Grin


These are the pieces played in this recording:

01 - Etude Op.42 No.5 "Affanato"
02 - Prelude Op.22 No.1
03 - Prelude Op.11 No.8
04 - Etude Op.8 No.11
05 - Prelude Op.11 No.14
06 - Etude Op.8 No.5
07 - Etude Op.42 No.3
08 - Etude Op.2 No.1
09 - Etude Op.42 No.7
10 - Etude Op.8 No.12 "Patetico"

Hope you enjoy, and always hope to hear your comments!

Ronde! Great, I'll add your name in the project (and your website address if you wish - propaganda is always good Wink )

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« Reply #77 on: August 15, 2017, 02:31:09 PM »

Again, Artur, I have to say that this is quite spectacular!
 
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« Reply #78 on: August 15, 2017, 03:55:00 PM »

The Scriabin 42 no. 3 is amazing.  I purchased this score, but I just use it as an exercise--I didn't know if it was really performable, and you have done it with such sensitivity!  Would you be able to finger the score or perhaps come up with (or refer me to) some exercises that focus on its difficulties?  There are spots where I'm doing 4-5 trills while holding a note with 3, and the tempo drops down about 20 beats.
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« Reply #79 on: August 15, 2017, 05:23:57 PM »

The Scriabin 42 no. 3 is amazing.  I purchased this score, but I just use it as an exercise--I didn't know if it was really performable, and you have done it with such sensitivity!  Would you be able to finger the score or perhaps come up with (or refer me to) some exercises that focus on its difficulties?  There are spots where I'm doing 4-5 trills while holding a note with 3, and the tempo drops down about 20 beats.
Thank you very much, Yes, it is performable!
Actually maybe it is necessary just a small trick, holding too much may be the main problem, your thumb must be very flexible and fast in this piece. No "tenuta" in its playing.
Anyway let me know which bars exactly gives you this problem (with fingers 543) and I'll try my best to show you how to do it like me or better (with a fingering if necessary) Smiley

Again, Artur, I have to say that this is quite spectacular!
 
Thank you, always happy to read your feedback Smiley

There are still some recordings to be uploaded in the next weeks, so any help concerning promoting these videos is always welcome :-)

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« Reply #80 on: August 15, 2017, 08:45:51 PM »

Here a recording of 10 Pieces by Scriabin in my left hand !

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Ronde! Great, I'll add your name in the project (and your website address if you wish - propaganda is always good Wink )

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Yes, that is totally fine with me, and remarkable playing! Smiley
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« Reply #81 on: August 23, 2017, 04:38:04 PM »

Ronde,
In 3 days I'll be in studio (26) so if everything goes well, I hope to upload the Fumagalli around monday (28) or as soon as possible.  Wink
I'll keep you informed!

for all the interested people, as mentioned before, here is the "Youchoose Music Project":

http://opusdissonus.com.br/youchoose.htm

You can ask the piece you want and you will be helping to develop great new projects on classical music.
Basically you will be commissioning recordings and the expenses will be very low (basically one of the studio's expenses only)
Hope you enjoy the idea of being involved in the future of musical projects and hope to hear from you all.


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« Reply #82 on: September 01, 2017, 04:25:02 AM »

Ronde, here it is the first number of the project.
hope you like it


I noticed the available recordings are played with wrong arpeggios in the first section (they must be inverted arpeggios - top-to-bottom)
(Also, Adalberto Maria Riva's recording is missing more than a full page of the score)

Well, If you do not like it, I can try a second time... so let me know

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« Reply #83 on: September 01, 2017, 11:22:42 AM »

I do like the Riva recording - I think it's quite a feat - but definitely I prefer yours. It's less cautious, and more "devilish", particularly in the opening. And now the Cavatine segment makes more sense! As you know, I've recorded the Kullak transcription of the Cavatine, but Fumagalli's treatment of it is really clever, and maybe I prefer the one hand version to two here! Amazing. I hope people understand just how difficult this piece is.
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« Reply #84 on: September 01, 2017, 04:08:22 PM »

I do like the Riva recording - I think it's quite a feat - but definitely I prefer yours. It's less cautious, and more "devilish", particularly in the opening. And now the Cavatine segment makes more sense! As you know, I've recorded the Kullak transcription of the Cavatine, but Fumagalli's treatment of it is really clever, and maybe I prefer the one hand version to two here! Amazing. I hope people understand just how difficult this piece is.
Thank you Ronde!
I'm happy you enjoy it specially since you made this request,
and if you feel it is devilish, then there is nothing more I would wish for. Smiley
Thank you for your words! and thank you for giving me the opportunity of starting such project.
(Hopefully some people will make their requests according the page rules and more interesting projects will happen)
(BTW, I have something in mind for you Ronde, hope to send you in the next months...)

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« Reply #85 on: September 03, 2017, 05:14:26 PM »

I'll be interested to see what you have in mind!

Btw, I watched your documentary last night. Actually, in its own way, it is quite inspiring. Certainly thought-provoking, the segment about the Beethoven Pathetique was very interesting.
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« Reply #86 on: September 04, 2017, 12:16:09 AM »

I'll be interested to see what you have in mind!

Btw, I watched your documentary last night. Actually, in its own way, it is quite inspiring. Certainly thought-provoking, the segment about the Beethoven Pathetique was very interesting.
Thank you for the interest and kindly reply!
Actually, if you keep interested, you can listen the full Beethoven's Sonata Pathetique played by me in this link:
http://opusdissonus.com.br/CIMIRRO_studio-master-class_001.htm
and there you can find also an audio of a "studio master-class" where I speak and play parts of the same work based on the principles of the Scientific System of Interpretation.

Hope you enjoy!

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« Reply #87 on: September 05, 2017, 09:22:37 PM »

.. you can listen the full Beethoven's Sonata Pathetique played by me in this link:
http://opusdissonus.com.br/CIMIRRO_studio-master-class_001.htm
and there you can find also an audio of a "studio master-class" where I speak and play parts of the same work based on the principles of the Scientific System of Interpretation.


I am reminded of what one of my teachers said to me "You must interrogate the score, all the information is there!" It is true, often we are conditioned to play what we are used to hearing, not what is has been written.
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« Reply #88 on: September 06, 2017, 05:34:08 AM »

I am reminded of what one of my teachers said to me "You must interrogate the score, all the information is there!" It is true, often we are conditioned to play what we are used to hearing, not what is has been written.
Ronde,
I'm happy to know you think like this too.
Probably you have noticed that my idea is not to make other pianists play "like me" - as the most part of master-classes teachers do - but make then stop to copy other pianists recordings in order to find their own "voices"!
Franz Liszt's Sonata in b minor is the theme of the next master-class, it is already done, I shall upload in the next weeks.

Now, I just posted the second request from "Youchoose Music Project"
Ravel / Icharev - La Valse (Poème Chorègraphique)



Here you can read a small article about the few information I could get from this transcriber (the pianist Alexander Icharev), and you can also see his photo and download the score for free.
http://opusdissonus.com.br/icharev.htm

It seems the Youchoose project was a great idea, I already had the next request:
It is nothing less than...
Amédée Mereaux - 60 Etudes Op.63!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Grin
In some days I shall announce the first recording sessions

Please everyone is welcome to give feedback and participate!

All the best
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« Reply #89 on: September 06, 2017, 05:56:00 PM »

I enjoyed this transcription very much, Artur, thank you  Smiley
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« Reply #90 on: September 07, 2017, 06:28:01 PM »

I enjoyed this transcription very much, Artur, thank you  Smiley
Always kindly of you giving a feedback, Thank you!
Hope you have time to read the article too - Icharev is a misterious figure.

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