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Murray Perahia Julian Thake
Sun Jul 9 2000 18:41
Is it just me, or does the tempo of some of the Handel on his celebrated baroque recital run right away with him?
 
RE: Murray Perahia ted
Wed Jul 12 2000 23:19
JULIAN Its just you! Murray is the greatest!
 
RE: Murray Perahia Steven D. Brown
Thu Jul 13 2000 02:11
The recordings I've heard by MP sound like he's asleep at the keyboard.
 
RE: Murray Perahia Julian Thake
Fri Jul 14 2000 21:43
Agree in part - not about his Mozart or Chopin, but certainly about his Beethoven concertos. His problem with the Handel (try the F major Suite again, Ted!) is at the other end of the spectrum though!
 
RE: Murray Perahia usefulmusic
Tue Aug 1 2000 16:45
I often find the sound of apiano unattractive. Whenever I turn on the radio and hear a piano sound that appeals to me, 9 out of ten times its Murray P.

I was interested to hear an interview where he said that during his 4-year enforced rest (through his thumb injury) he took the opportunity to find out what made music tick by studying the works of Bach.

I would love to hear a recording of him playing the 48. I've become cheesed off with Glen Gould's version.

Graham

 
RE: Murray Perahia mcdade
Wed Aug 9 2000 11:52
As a special treat I'd recommend you try Edwin Fischer's recording of the 48 - you will never ever hear the piano more seductively played. Fischer's is an interpretation of astonishing humanity and depth and everybody should own a copy.
 
RE: Murray Perahia Steven D. Brown
Wed Aug 9 2000 21:09
Years ago I heard Edwin Fischer on the radio performing one of the Bach keyboard concertos. There was an immediate appeal to it - if a performance could be characterized as smiling, it would be Fischer playing Bach.
 


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