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  • Henry Purcell, ground in C minor. (FULL VIDEO ON YOUTUBE)
  • Henry Purcell, ground in C minor. (FULL VIDEO ON YOUTUBE)
  •  657  69  20 April, 2019

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  • Clara Wieck
considered herself a performing artist rather than a composer and no longer composed after age 36. It is suggested that this may have been the consequence of the then prevalent negative opinions of women's ability to compose, which she largely believed as her statements show: "I once believed that I possessed creative talent, but I have given up this idea; a woman must not desire to compose - there has never yet been one able to do it. Should I expect to be the one?" This belief influenced her composing, as well as, perhaps, the intimidating geniuses of  Brahms and her husband, and, without doubt, the stress her fame placed on her marriage.

However, today her compositions are increasingly performed and recorded. Her works include songs, piano pieces, a piano concerto, a piano trio, choral pieces, and three Romances for violin and piano. Inspired by her husband's birthday, the three Romances were composed in 1853 and dedicated to Joseph Joachim who performed them for George V of Hanover. He declared them a "marvelous, heavenly pleasure."
#poland #Warsaw ##chopin #chopina #fryderykchopin #chopininstitute #chopinhand  #chopinmuseum #watercolor #fransad #chile #Шопен #illustration #chileanpainter #piano #pianist #fortepiano #clarawieck  #claraschumann #schumann #classic  #instaclassic  #argentina #chileanart  #chile #romanticism
  • Clara Wieck
    considered herself a performing artist rather than a composer and no longer composed after age 36. It is suggested that this may have been the consequence of the then prevalent negative opinions of women's ability to compose, which she largely believed as her statements show: "I once believed that I possessed creative talent, but I have given up this idea; a woman must not desire to compose - there has never yet been one able to do it. Should I expect to be the one?" This belief influenced her composing, as well as, perhaps, the intimidating geniuses of  Brahms and her husband, and, without doubt, the stress her fame placed on her marriage.

    However, today her compositions are increasingly performed and recorded. Her works include songs, piano pieces, a piano concerto, a piano trio, choral pieces, and three Romances for violin and piano. Inspired by her husband's birthday, the three Romances were composed in 1853 and dedicated to Joseph Joachim who performed them for George V of Hanover. He declared them a "marvelous, heavenly pleasure."
    #poland #Warsaw # #chopin #chopina #fryderykchopin #chopininstitute #chopinhand #chopinmuseum #watercolor #fransad #chile #Шопен #illustration #chileanpainter #piano #pianist #fortepiano #clarawieck #claraschumann #schumann #classic #instaclassic #argentina #chileanart #chile #romanticism
  •  19  1  14 April, 2019
  • Martha Argerich
June 5, 1941, 
Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Argentine interpreter known for her recordings and performances of chamber music, particularly of works by Oliver Messiaen, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.

A prodigy, Argerich was performing professionally by age eight. In 1955 she went to Europe, where her teachers included Friedrich Gulda and Arturo Benedetti. She won two prestigious competitions in 1957 at age 16: the Geneva International Music Competition and the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition. In 1965 she won the Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. The next year she made her debut in the United States in the Great Performers series at Lincoln Cebter in NYC. Her exceptionally brilliant technique, emotional depth, and élan won her an enthusiastic international following. She performed around the world and dedicated most of her career to collaborative chamber music, notably with Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer, with whom she produced a number of award-winning recordings Other musicians with whom she performed and recorded include pianists Alexandre Rabinovitch and Nelson Freire and cellists Rostropovich and Mischa Maisky.

Argerich was the recipient of many honours and prizes, including three Grammy Awards (1999 and 2005 [best instrumental soloist performance (with orchestra)] and 2004 [best chamber music performance]). In 2005 she received the Japan Art Association’sPraemium Imperiale prize for music and the Order of the Rising Sun from the Japanese government. Beginning in 1999 a piano competition in her name was held annually in Buenoa Aires, and from 2001 she directed music festival in her name, also in Buenos Aires. In 2016 she received a Kennedy Center Honor, an American award that celebrates the arts.  #poland #Warsaw ##chopin #chopina #fryderykchopin #chopininstitute #chopinhand  #chopinmuseum #watercolor #fransad #chile #Шопен #illustration #chileanpainter #piano #pianist #fortepiano #marthaargerich @martha_argerich_admirer
  • Martha Argerich
    June 5, 1941,
    Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentine interpreter known for her recordings and performances of chamber music, particularly of works by Oliver Messiaen, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.

    A prodigy, Argerich was performing professionally by age eight. In 1955 she went to Europe, where her teachers included Friedrich Gulda and Arturo Benedetti. She won two prestigious competitions in 1957 at age 16: the Geneva International Music Competition and the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition. In 1965 she won the Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. The next year she made her debut in the United States in the Great Performers series at Lincoln Cebter in NYC. Her exceptionally brilliant technique, emotional depth, and élan won her an enthusiastic international following. She performed around the world and dedicated most of her career to collaborative chamber music, notably with Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer, with whom she produced a number of award-winning recordings Other musicians with whom she performed and recorded include pianists Alexandre Rabinovitch and Nelson Freire and cellists Rostropovich and Mischa Maisky.

    Argerich was the recipient of many honours and prizes, including three Grammy Awards (1999 and 2005 [best instrumental soloist performance (with orchestra)] and 2004 [best chamber music performance]). In 2005 she received the Japan Art Association’sPraemium Imperiale prize for music and the Order of the Rising Sun from the Japanese government. Beginning in 1999 a piano competition in her name was held annually in Buenoa Aires, and from 2001 she directed music festival in her name, also in Buenos Aires. In 2016 she received a Kennedy Center Honor, an American award that celebrates the arts. #poland #Warsaw # #chopin #chopina #fryderykchopin #chopininstitute #chopinhand #chopinmuseum #watercolor #fransad #chile #Шопен #illustration #chileanpainter #piano #pianist #fortepiano #marthaargerich @martha_argerich_admirer
  •  21  0  12 April, 2019
  • Martha Argerich
June 5, 1941, 
Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Argentine interpreter known for her recordings and performances of chamber music, particularly of works by Oliver Messiaen, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.

A prodigy, Argerich was performing professionally by age eight. In 1955 she went to Europe, where her teachers included Friedrich Gulda and Arturo Benedetti. She won two prestigious competitions in 1957 at age 16: the Geneva International Music Competition and the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition. In 1965 she won the Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. The next year she made her debut in the United States in the Great Performers series at Lincoln Cebter in NYC. Her exceptionally brilliant technique, emotional depth, and élan won her an enthusiastic international following. She performed around the world and dedicated most of her career to collaborative chamber music, notably with Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer, with whom she produced a number of award-winning recordings Other musicians with whom she performed and recorded include pianists Alexandre Rabinovitch and Nelson Freire and cellists Rostropovich and Mischa Maisky.

Argerich was the recipient of many honours and prizes, including three Grammy Awards (1999 and 2005 [best instrumental soloist performance (with orchestra)] and 2004 [best chamber music performance]). In 2005 she received the Japan Art Association’sPraemium Imperiale prize for music and the Order of the Rising Sun from the Japanese government. Beginning in 1999 a piano competition in her name was held annually in Buenoa Aires, and from 2001 she directed music festival in her name, also in Buenos Aires. In 2016 she received a Kennedy Center Honor, an American award that celebrates the arts.  #poland #Warsaw ##chopin #chopina #fryderykchopin #chopininstitute #chopinhand  #chopinmuseum #watercolor #fransad #chile #Шопен #illustration #chileanpainter #piano #pianist #fortepiano #marthaargerich @martha_argerich_admirer
  • Martha Argerich
    June 5, 1941,
    Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentine interpreter known for her recordings and performances of chamber music, particularly of works by Oliver Messiaen, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.

    A prodigy, Argerich was performing professionally by age eight. In 1955 she went to Europe, where her teachers included Friedrich Gulda and Arturo Benedetti. She won two prestigious competitions in 1957 at age 16: the Geneva International Music Competition and the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition. In 1965 she won the Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. The next year she made her debut in the United States in the Great Performers series at Lincoln Cebter in NYC. Her exceptionally brilliant technique, emotional depth, and élan won her an enthusiastic international following. She performed around the world and dedicated most of her career to collaborative chamber music, notably with Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer, with whom she produced a number of award-winning recordings Other musicians with whom she performed and recorded include pianists Alexandre Rabinovitch and Nelson Freire and cellists Rostropovich and Mischa Maisky.

    Argerich was the recipient of many honours and prizes, including three Grammy Awards (1999 and 2005 [best instrumental soloist performance (with orchestra)] and 2004 [best chamber music performance]). In 2005 she received the Japan Art Association’sPraemium Imperiale prize for music and the Order of the Rising Sun from the Japanese government. Beginning in 1999 a piano competition in her name was held annually in Buenoa Aires, and from 2001 she directed music festival in her name, also in Buenos Aires. In 2016 she received a Kennedy Center Honor, an American award that celebrates the arts. #poland #Warsaw # #chopin #chopina #fryderykchopin #chopininstitute #chopinhand #chopinmuseum #watercolor #fransad #chile #Шопен #illustration #chileanpainter #piano #pianist #fortepiano #marthaargerich @martha_argerich_admirer
  •  22  2  12 April, 2019
  • nokturnową porą u #chopina
  • nokturnową porą u #chopina
  •  77  0  7 April, 2019
  • #warsawcity #warsawpoland #holiday #poland #chopina #composer #composerlife #composers 
蕭邦博物館
我待最久的地方,我分別針對奏鳴曲、馬祖卡、協奏曲,換了三個座位聆聽!
藍板上都標示很清楚,播放板面同時有曲目選擇,還有針對這些音樂類型的介紹。
重點是。你愛怎麼聽就怎麼聽,聽一個下午也沒關係!😊
  • #warsawcity #warsawpoland #holiday #poland #chopina #composer #composerlife #composers
    蕭邦博物館
    我待最久的地方,我分別針對奏鳴曲、馬祖卡、協奏曲,換了三個座位聆聽!
    藍板上都標示很清楚,播放板面同時有曲目選擇,還有針對這些音樂類型的介紹。
    重點是。你愛怎麼聽就怎麼聽,聽一個下午也沒關係!😊
  •  9  0  7 April, 2019
  • Rameau: Les Cyclopes. (FULL VIDEO ON YouTube)
  • Rameau: Les Cyclopes. (FULL VIDEO ON YouTube)
  •  1,262  92  27 March, 2019