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Topic: Thoughts on the Cliburn 2022  (Read 510 times)

Offline hmoll53

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Thoughts on the Cliburn 2022
on: June 30, 2022, 07:39:10 PM
Just curious. What are your thoughts on the participants of the Cliburn? Stephen Hough's Fanfare Toccata, who should've got in, who shouldn't? Interesting programs etc. (Basically anything about the competition  ;D)
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Chopin: Ballade 1,4, Scherzo 1
Rachmaninoff: Concerto 3
Ravel: Gaspard de la Nuit
Barber: Sonata
Beethoven: Appassionata

Offline lelle

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Re: Thoughts on the Cliburn 2022
Reply #1 on: July 07, 2022, 10:28:31 AM
Sorry to say I don't watch competitions :( I rarely feel the competition pianists grab my interest compared to the pianists I like to listen to at home.

Offline ronde_des_sylphes

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Re: Thoughts on the Cliburn 2022
Reply #2 on: July 07, 2022, 10:33:02 AM
I don't as a rule watch them either, but I did watch the winner's semifinal recital (full Liszt TEs) and it was one of the most stunning performances I have ever seen.
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