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Who had the biggest technique?

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Who had the biggest technique?

Horowitz
1
11%
Michelangeli
1
11%
Rachmaninoff
1
11%
Hoffman
6
67%
 
Total votes : 9

Who had the biggest technique?

Postby Nocturneguy » 05 Jul 2005, 01:50

In ur opinion?
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Postby Nocturneguy » 05 Jul 2005, 01:51

I'm gonna go with Hoffman...
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Postby Brewtality » 05 Jul 2005, 03:34

I agree, though each pianist had his strengths.
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Postby Max » 05 Jul 2005, 12:59

I would also say Hoffman out of those 4.
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Postby Goldberg » 05 Jul 2005, 13:01

Well I agree with Hoffman as far as typical technical standards are concerned, but with accordance to my own opinion (which is really what the idea is about) I have to say Michelangeli. I just like his tone, colouring, and everything else created by his unique technique, even more than the effects of Hoffman (who I also love very much).
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Postby lol_nl » 14 Feb 2006, 13:26

Who is Hoffman :D? I don't know him... But I do know who the others are :D.

(stupid question?)
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Postby Ash_Mofidi » 14 Feb 2006, 18:21

Max wrote:I would also say Hoffman out of those 4.

Me too,he is great 8)

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