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Maurizio Pollini’s Chopin Etudes Astonish 50 Years Later

Why did we have had to wait over fifty years for this unique recording? Maurizio Pollini withheld his permission for his first complete recording of the Chopin Etudes Opp. 10 & 25 to be released. While the legendary DG recording from the 1970s has long been acknowledged as one of the finest versions of the Chopin Etudes, the previously unissued version from Abbey Road Studios in 1960 - characterised by a lighter touch and greater musical freedom – is now available on Testament label. Read more >>

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sparklebell
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« on: February 03, 2015, 05:33:50 AM »

i have doubt in bar 32 : please explain the duration of notes in the bar, like how are the triplets spaced and how are the notes summed up in 3/4 timing.

And also is there a difference between phrase and legato line?


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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2015, 05:54:53 AM »

Do you know anything about polyrhythms?

Treble stave is in triplets, bass stave is in duplets.
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« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2015, 02:35:05 PM »

@j_menz : i have studied polyrhythms. thank you for your reply.

Update:the confusion was because of the chords..it is clarified.
Clarification: the chords carry a rest above them which sums up the triplets and the duplets so its all clarified now.Thank you.
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