Daily Archives: January 14, 2012

The nostalgia of the infinite

When I started this blog in the summer of 2010, I developed a curious and intense interest in Beethoven and his music. Where I live, many of Beethoven’s later and greatest works have been composed. He had moved to the … Continue reading

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I am I

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On the beach

Thanks to Anton L for allowing me to post this…

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A path into darkness and silence

Listening to Orpheus (5) I love this piece, even though it is so popular and many times just mis-interpreted. The story of the “Moonlight Sonata” is a bittersweet one. Beethoven fell in love with one of his students – Giuletta … Continue reading

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Do you see images when you play ?

Listening to Orpheus (4) What is important is when you play you are telling a story and the listener is getting the story. And then he goes on to demonstrate just how to do that. Daniel Barenboims masterclass on the … Continue reading

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