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camille sain saens piano concerto no.2

Music composed between 1815 and 1910, excluding Chopin: Liszt, Mendelssohn, etc.
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camille sain saens piano concerto no.2

Postby tony » 19 Jun 2005, 17:51

Has anyone attempted this great work! It seems and looks very hard! If anyone has tell us about it! how long difficulties you had, and amazing parts in the music! :)
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Postby tony » 20 Jun 2005, 19:32

Anyone care to discuss?
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Postby John Rusnak » 21 Jun 2005, 22:23

No.
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Postby tony » 22 Jun 2005, 16:31

Well, thankyou for stating your worthless oppinion :|, anyone else? :)
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Postby PianistSk8er » 22 Jun 2005, 18:19

I think the problem is that there are no extreme virtuosi here whom have taken such a piece upon themselves to learn! :|

Anyways, the piece IS amazing and, like the other Saint-Saens concerti, is extremely demanding. My favorite recording (out of 2) is by Eric Fung (lol, locker poster, eh Chozart :P). But I doubt you would find that one.

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Postby John Rusnak » 22 Jun 2005, 19:16

"...like the other Saint-Saens concerti, is extremely demanding."

Not really; it's actually relatively easy compared to the other ones.
Also, I believe that the Gilels/Cluytens recording is the best.. but it's always subjective.
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