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Topic: Wierd Coincidences in Music  (Read 1176 times)

Offline rubinsteinmad

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Wierd Coincidences in Music
on: October 06, 2015, 12:13:15 AM
I. e. How Yeoul Eum Son, Daniil Trifonov, and Sokolov all play Chopin's Op. 25 in 32 minutes.

I. e. How Lisitsa, Zuber, Ashkenazy, and Berezovsky all play Op. 10 in 28/29 minutes.

I. e. How Pogorelich, Debargue, Perlemuter, Argerich, and Tysman all play Gaspard in 22/23 minutes. Michelangeli plays it in 21:57, while Sokolov plays it at 24:06. However, Berezovsky completely goes different, doing it in EIGHTEEN MINUTES. Not very surprising, especially since he plays many things really fast. (He plays the Liszt Tarantella in 7 minutes)

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Re: Wierd Coincidences in Music
Reply #1 on: October 06, 2015, 03:49:36 AM
Who cares or even notices something like that  ::)

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