Started by Bogey, May 06, 2007, 01:26:30 PM
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Quote from: San Antone on September 19, 2023, 06:29:59 PMI kind of liked it, for a change. The sound of the organ did not bother me. But don't know how many P/F I can take. She can play, that's for sure.
Quote from: Spotted Horses on September 17, 2023, 08:26:33 AMI tried prelude and fugue I from book I. I found it unlistenable. Got halfway through the prelude before I had to turn it off.
Quote from: Mandryka on September 20, 2023, 12:32:19 AMI think it takes a considerable adjustment to get into the swing of it, if you can't obliterate the memory of other performances. The organ brings more than a change to timbre - it's as if the instrument leads her to new ideas for touch and phrasing and balance. Still haven't heard her Bk 1 by the way. One thing I have noticed is the absence of pompousness. Whether that means that the interpretation is too small scale is a moot point IMO. It's one thing to say it's light, relaxed, domestic. The flip side of that is that it doesn't have much by way of seriousness, gravitas. But still, it's a good thing that the recording poses these questions, gives food for thought.
Quote from: premont on September 20, 2023, 05:19:01 AMBTW Naoya Otsuka is a he, not a she.
Quote from: San Antone on September 20, 2023, 06:18:39 AMOh. I was working off of this photo on Spotify. Maybe there are two musicians with the same name?I was a bit confused with her holding an oboe, but thought, well maybe she plays organ too.
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