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Krystian Zimerman – An Exclusive Radio Interview with the Enigmatic Polish Pianist

Tom Service went to Basel, Switzerland, to meet up with Krystian Zimerman to talk with him about his very personal and passionate philosophy of music. In a candid discussion, Zimerman explains how the piano is like a human being to him – he owns six instruments, and is obsessive about choosing the right keyboard for the repertoire he is practicing or performing. He reveals how he is unhappy with recordings and even advises against buying his own records and also reflects on the unique relationship between performer and audience. Read more >>

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Question: How consistently do you perceive quality in music ?
The sounds I consider good music are very clearly defined to me, and I expect them to remain much the same for the rest of my life. - 0 (0%)
My preferences and reactions remain stable, but I like being exposed to new sounds once in a while. - 0 (0%)
My likes and dislikes vary somewhat over time - 0 (0%)
In general, I find it hard to make up my mind if I like something, and my preferences vary a great deal over time. - 0 (0%)
I change my mind from one day the next, even about the same piece - 1 (100%)
Total Voters: 1

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« on: June 20, 2017, 08:08:55 AM »

I restrict "quality" to its personal perception only to avoid any debates about "greatness" or whether universal merit exists, and other such general considerations. In other words, whether sounds are good or bad in any external, social, statistical or historical sense doesn't matter for this poll, only the variability of your enjoyment.
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