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tv   Arts.21 - Daniil Trifonov - A New Chopin Part 2  Deutsche Welle  January 28, 2018 9:30am-10:01am CET

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the spring of twenty seventeen the german industrial city don't mind is the setting for a special musical encounter. it's the first time he and his donnie and the fun of
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and the mana chamber orchestra record both of frederic chopin's two piano concertos with a new orchestration. of techno responsible for the arrangement is also wielding the baton. didn't go over the fence again white says the sisterhood. techniques are perfect so honest things i like to have i can. guess is fifty eight of icebox. if. i'm tired and there's another ties west none of these a technician is item other than does my music devil's mind is this was the other one. the man on the stage hughes able to tell smith he's feeling all the. sounding material from the hearts of people who are listening to him.
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on twitter and off was born in one thousand nine hundred one in russia at the age of five he starts playing the piano he studies in moscow in the united states and off wins numerous piano competitions and has already released five elements in the latest release is devoted to shopping. that is it doesn't have a fixed it's like every node. goes through the roof and get that. done in a different off lives in new york that he spends much of his time traveling the world he performs about one hundred sixty concerts a year. mikhail pletnev his a pianist conductor and composer since the early one nine hundred eighty s. he's recorded more than one hundred albums and won numerous awards in two thousand
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and five he won a grammy with martha argerich in one nine hundred ninety he founded the russian national orchestra and became its principal conductor he started composing at the age of twelve chamber music orchestral pieces vocal works and even jazz. of course you know the shop and was that much interested in orchestra with us always called the poor of piano i love this music but as think of all the local station if at the very bitter feeling and then i'd said just me mark is that and actually i was going for flies to enjoy. in a question from the pm. her
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. it's true for the first time i flip the position i was head of the center where however when this detailed and consequential and gets a light at the end because. of a whole clinton social climate and then it's also very colorful and. sense of self when you know i think that whole first concept of very. little. dialogue between the piano and of an orchestra and that's what actually makes it's. real content the
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. two parties to piano concertos are both very popular with audiences though some critics feel they fall short of his other works. his orchestration has attracted much criticism because piano and orchestra are not treated equally. piano part is so beautiful. and unfortunately in the original crustacean. those lost more than sweetness will no longer sustain notes. it doesn't look.
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like. it's funny play this new version for me personally because i know the original orchestration quite well and it's i don't have more or less to do i just have different things to do occasionally an oboe will suddenly play what was so an individual note that i had in the original and it's a very strange feeling it's almost as if you're playing but you don't have your instrument to your lips and then other times i've got some more interesting figures that i never would have seed the previous version so actually it's keeping me on my toes and i i like it slowed down. they had flight management in arkansas part but i shut up from my place into something under his eyes and locked was almost mine
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instrument. daughters renuka says ties and dozens tormented forgotten for two and a mortgage and on the phone to show the shooter's card mine clung saw india's muslim ones are. able to finance think of us and cement pahlka of food items in dubai thirty if the enter a little softer few doors. are. shut it will ever stop it is a serious mistake yeah yes in the bar. if sharp said no yes you're absolutely right.
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yeah i. think. we're also going to focus a serious reporter i'm going up there for a specific. drug out scheme has put. its own vets hence will quite particular fourth and fifth finger. or exactly the same length as his fourth finger so there's that unusual structure of scans which seem certain. to play certain as useful for comfort which is for the most generous with more on the national. hand. are difficult.
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i think it all comes down. to the. stable part is putting it all. collectively so that i'll look within the us. before so that. you feel we should both import the sloan school. of business with them one of. the reasons you. told us to before you. turn your tree front off lives in new york with his fiance judith ramirez they know each other from when they both studied piano at the
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cleveland institute of music you know higher and she sees that she has much more concentration if you will so if you will but she's with me. she actually follows you'll both love them a bit. also like you have enough certainly. i find it to be a bit of free seats here and of us so many of the rights of ideas and i feel very comfortable to be in a cause for part of them vitamins there are people from all kinds of them but grows . just a sense. this is also for this incredible blend of cultures well. it's not i don't think in the us. but you know it's not only about the city so say both are you. and support yourself from mississippi because sometimes in your time
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for yourself in your lot in europe it's very unusual just considering we need to. be like some. different ways and sometimes sometimes some of the politicians would do. is we're told to shut shut the windows and have a space. you know a second concerto starts with. so . and then. you mother bunch of them.
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is. both both big unions they are like wolfy thinking the answer to my cynicism about the vent of course in dell seem to convince them exist for i'm so old world. second punch after being more dramatic and vince envelopment my choice is that dick . very often has a lot of nervousness and constant turmoil of zero. dollars and it's very expressive. but expensive uncertainty this.
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suspense left to authorize is very evident invest second concerto where seen for its i told you that she was a very gloomy theory because i want to see the section that uses change of harming the police and dremel by the streams in the orchestra.
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and you know all of them as if it's like it's like a very real human speech real human voice. trying to war. over something new something very important to the listener. and the point of which one of. because it would look at least.
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three different version of. this with a with mr reopens worth of stuff but that would mean that the. washington was going to refer to the. top of the weather here through google so to meet him. with good reason to be a bit more sensible still with us i was told that or that you ever see a post on the fiscal year and i. was bored so we'll put them. globe as it varied not so often when it's so full of ruby hiking to us yeah feel is probably envied before the first leaked as a flop of and then years and vax it's fine must be this would need to like you sign i thought it was. also one of the good news sometimes you have to go right for simplicial or something. i guess because you know that you'll simply i'm not going
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to feel i'm playing two seconds i'm playing like a teaching b. and c. together so it's backed up what you should say because m m m m m it's i think something that has to i think something needs. i mean it sounds like a dream just like a very rushed one yeah but it sound also like it's really this place was like three instruments you know you have like these some of the cars in the deuce and such so you look in the voice it sounds like a bumblebee yeah but. it seemed like obscene to me also. but similarity i think which by the use of numbers been easier for viral videos a target for hiv as poor bahama i answered the problem arthur still adores kingpin and i think lisa monaco faxed them all. enda.
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and concept that d.d. didn't get one teases jesus can sound that's just the numbers it was on the situates on t.v. one. the recording sessions and rehearsals are complete at the door to concert os the countdown is on front of house as well as backstage. suppression starts and that's really mean there's been some solvers before sometimes it can be a day before. most helpful is so when you kind of put yourself away from different disturbances and you like you don't think about what you don't think about what you're trying to you know it's like i like it like a horse glanders but mental once it's like you're just trying to. to limit yourself from i think things as possible into. this race or music and you can consider more than music.
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i often listen myself when i play. so yeah usually the clutch is fair to what's happening in the surroundings but includes three things on stage. most of noises i might want to even be aware of like if it is so full it might cost somewhere in the other plane of course just us but not in my consideration all of us are for them folks know. for the. thank you both with
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us this sort of as it will hold so there's a certain in the moment session because everything happens in that particular moment so the vet makes the music to be at the time. was. the new clues here is so much emotion in the music houston.
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would just be quiet and they understand that to listen to have you know who's something to say. she said will to attract the attention of the middle of the call was well into hugh's. giving all for. himself. every moment the fourth. many people since this will be learned. is something to say. all off. the
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god thank. you and how the whole over there in the world events can be free i was going to be six. but more than seven. is thinks there for me if the swing over the course of the moment asked of us what i'm looking musically to us for work toward real. sense this for me for example it's difficult to look awfully close several days ago and minimum one day in between but a talk. to a tourist or my emotional hours. looks like i haven't seriously think. that if ever i get.
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