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#2054173 - 03/25/13 05:29 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: ThePianistWay]  
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+1

22nd March truly amazing show!!

The "playlist" was the same of roma concert + "Unna matina" after "Two Trees". And "Experience" was played in 2nd.

The best: "Experience"
The surprise: "Newton's cradle" power!!
The worse: What? Is a Einaudi concert...

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#2054400 - 03/26/13 04:42 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Thanks! Great pictures SeaOwl!
Can I share them with my friends?


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#2054467 - 03/26/13 08:46 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: CarlosCC]  
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Yes. smile


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#2054480 - 03/26/13 09:11 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: SeaOwl]  
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Originally Posted by SeaOwl
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The worse: What? Is a Einaudi concert...



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Thanks for the pics.
3 weeks to go here..... !!!
Wish I could afford a weekend in London in August, as he is coming back for an extra three nights due to selling out the three in April.


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#2054490 - 03/26/13 09:42 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: SeaOwl]  
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#2054491 - 03/26/13 09:47 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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I'm in a huge indecision. My In A Time Lapse book will arrive soon and no later than the second week of April I will start to learn one of the musics, but I can't choose one D: They are all perfect! xD

My indecision is between Run, Waterways and Burning. My idea is, whatever I choose, to play it in the final recital of my school, wich is in June. I want to touch the people with the music.

Can anyone help me? D:

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#2055183 - 03/27/13 03:03 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: ThePianistWay]  
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Originally Posted by ThePianistWay
I'm in a huge indecision. My In A Time Lapse book will arrive soon and no later than the second week of April I will start to learn one of the musics, but I can't choose one D: They are all perfect! xD

My indecision is between Run, Waterways and Burning. My idea is, whatever I choose, to play it in the final recital of my school, wich is in June. I want to touch the people with the music.

Can anyone help me? D:


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#2055282 - 03/27/13 06:15 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: SeaOwl]  
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Originally Posted by SeaOwl
Originally Posted by ThePianistWay
I'm in a huge indecision. My In A Time Lapse book will arrive soon and no later than the second week of April I will start to learn one of the musics, but I can't choose one D: They are all perfect! xD

My indecision is between Run, Waterways and Burning. My idea is, whatever I choose, to play it in the final recital of my school, wich is in June. I want to touch the people with the music.

Can anyone help me? D:


My opinion "Brothers". smile


Now you have put me more undecided ahahah Brothers is equally excelent. Gosh, I just have 1 week and a few days to decide...

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#2055673 - 03/28/13 12:04 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Monica K.]  
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Originally Posted by Monica K.
Once again I am a bit crunched for time, so as much as I like Carlos's detailed evaluation of an individual piece, I'm just going to list pieces from the the three books in order of difficulty, with a phrase or two at most commenting on why they were ranked the way they were. And I won't rank them all, only those I worked up or attempted to work up. List goes from easiest to hardest

Corale and Corale Solo -- both arrangements are very easy, but they don't appeal all that much to me.
Dark Bank of Clouds -- this is heresy to say here, but I. Hate. This. Solo. Arrangement. The right hand consists solely of one measure repeated 110 times. After measure 74 I was ready to gouge my eyeballs out. My family was ready after measure 28.
Brothers -- once you get used to the off-beat rhythm, it's a piece of cake
Underwood
Crane Dance
Uno
Sarabande
Burning -- unless you have huge hands, you'll have to pedal your way through much of the piece
Two Trees -- my current favorite
Primavera -- dead easy if played slowly; much harder to play at the proper tempo
Berlin Song -- one of my all time favorites to play.
Reverie -- it's hard to get the echoey feel in the left hand on an acoustic
Divenire -- major hand independence and tempo challenges here
Experience -- just like Divenire, without the slow easy part
Andare -- one look at the triplets and rhythmic challenges, and I didn't even dare try it.
Otramare -- ditto

I'll be curious to see what ranking others come up with. smile


Where would you situate Run?


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#2064984 - 04/15/13 12:22 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Sorry, PianistWay, I just saw your question. Hmmm.... I haven't tried to work on "Run," so it's tough to say. The sheet music doesn't LOOK all that hard, but I've learned the hard way that you don't know until you actually play something where the stumbling blocks are. laugh

My big news is that I just bought my ticket for Einaudi's Washington D.C. concert on May 21!!! yippie I was able to find a fairly cheap airplane ticket and a not-so-cheap hotel, but what the heck, you only live once. And this concert sounds like it is even better than his previous shows.


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#2065347 - 04/16/13 03:38 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Monica K.]  
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Originally Posted by Monica K.
My big news is that I just bought my ticket for Einaudi's Washington D.C. concert on May 21!!! yippie I was able to find a fairly cheap airplane ticket and a not-so-cheap hotel, but what the heck, you only live once. And this concert sounds like it is even better than his previous shows.

That's great Monica. I'm so happy for you!


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#2065542 - 04/16/13 11:49 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Don't worry, Monica smile I have started to learn Run the past saturday yey laugh I'm so happy to hear me playing what I heard on the concert :3 It's awesome. And it will be, probably, the piece I'm gonna play on the June's Recital of my school.

That's awesome, Monica. I assure you you will not regret you've made that decision.


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#2065906 - 04/17/13 07:19 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Monica K.]  
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Excellent news Monica and yes it is worth it.

Last night's concert was amazing. I loved his last piano solo concert and enjoyed the section last night that was also solo piano, but the whole emsemble showcased his composition and storytelling skills in the most awesome way.
Opened with Waterways and was an emotional journey throughout. I loved Experience and Newton's Cradle and Life was just amazing live.

He is coming back to UK in November grin


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#2065910 - 04/17/13 07:31 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: CarlosCC]  
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Originally Posted by CarlosCC
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Thankks for posting these photographs,I just recalled all these memory.its really amazing.

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I saw this thread yesterday and wondered who this Ludovico Einaudi was. After watching Monika k play some really beautiful pieces I have put him in the memory files for a few years down the track when I might be able to consider attempting such music.
Looks like he doesn't intend to tour Australia soon or I would be there.


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#2066195 - 04/17/13 06:24 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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earlofmar, you ought to watch some of Einaudi's videos on YouTube to hear what the pieces are *really* supposed to sound like! Then you'll be even more enthralled.

But don't feel that you have to wait for "a few years' before tackling some of his music. If you peruse all 62 pages of this thread, you'll see that some of his pieces are very, very simple indeed (e.g., Exit, Limbo, Corale) and could probably be played well by somebody with only a couple of months of piano experience.


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#2066202 - 04/17/13 06:40 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Monica K.]  
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Originally Posted by Monica K.


But don't feel that you have to wait for "a few years' before tackling some of his music. If you peruse all 62 pages of this thread, you'll see that some of his pieces are very, very simple indeed (e.g., Exit, Limbo, Corale) and could probably be played well by somebody with only a couple of months of piano experience.

Thanks for the insight Monika K. I will think that over, for I qualify for some of those easy pieces with my grand total of six months of experience.


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#2066368 - 04/18/13 03:34 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: JonathonRose]  
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Originally Posted by JonathonRose

Thankks for posting these photographs,I just recalled all these memory.its really amazing.

Yes, it was memorable thumb


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#2066373 - 04/18/13 04:05 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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earlofmar,
I had never heard Einaudi before visiting this site. One day, I heard a great rendition of "Nuvole Bianche" by AnthonyB in the 19th ABF Recital (Aug 2010). That was my first contact with Einaudi.
I had started my adventure with the piano a few months before (Dec 2009), and I was still a little lost as to what I wanted to play. From that moment I had found my way.
As Monica says, there are simple pieces you can try. For example, I got to play "La nascita delle cose segrette" in my first recital ABF (nº 20), with less than one year of experience and it was a kind of challenge.
So, do not hesitate. Choose a piece, work, play, and enjoy.


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I have a birthday coming up, I will put in a request for the best of book of sheet music.


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Originally Posted by earlofmar
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I have a birthday coming up, I will put in a request for the best of book of sheet music.

That's a great idea! The "best of" book has a great collection of pieces. I've it and I think that 's my main source of work smile

Here are the full list of all the pieces of "Best of". Try to choose the one that best suits you:
- Canzone Popolare (1500 ca.)
- Dietro L'Incanto
- Due Tramonti (c/ acomp.)
- Exit
- Fuori Dal Mondo
- Fuoria Dalla Notte
- Giorni Dispari
- I Due Fiumi
- I Giorni
- In Un'Altra Vita
- Inizio
- Julia
- La Lina Scura
- La Nascita Delle Cose Segrete
- La Profndità Del Buio
- Le Onde
- Le Onde - Canzone Popolare (Francia 1500ca.)
- Limbo
- Lontano
- L'Ultima volta
- Melodia Africana I
- Melodia Africana II
- Melodia Africana III
- Melodia Africana IV
- Nefeli
- Ombre
- Onde Corte
- Passaggio
- Password
- Quel Che Resta
- Questa Notte
- Samba
- Sotto Vento
- Stella Del Mattino
- Tracce
- Un Mondo a Parte


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Thank's CarlosCC for the index

I listened to your performance of "La nascita delle cose segrette" (recital ABF nº 20).....very very nice. Gives me something to strive for.



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Originally Posted by earlofmar
Thank's CarlosCC for the index
I listened to your performance of "La nascita delle cose segrette" (recital ABF nº 20).....very very nice. Gives me something to strive for.

Thanks earlofmar, thumb
You have an huge collection of Einaudi pieces in ABF Recital Index
It is worth investing a little time to listen to the (wonderful) pieces of people with many different skills. I think it is a good source of inspiration and can help you doing your (1st) choice.


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#2067058 - 04/19/13 10:12 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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I saw this on my Facebook feed from BBC Radio 3 and thought it might appeal to those who follow this thread. Einaudi is the special guess of the In Tune program this afternoon. Details here (and Radio 3 allows you to listen online up to a week after if you want):

In Tune


Shudder, I've just posted in this thread and I've even liked some of the Einaudi submissions to the ABF e-citals. What's happening to me?!


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Originally Posted by Andy Platt
I saw this on my Facebook feed from BBC Radio 3 and thought it might appeal to those who follow this thread. Einaudi is the special guess of the In Tune program this afternoon. Details here (and Radio 3 allows you to listen online up to a week after if you want):

In Tune


Shudder, I've just posted in this thread and I've even liked some of the Einaudi submissions to the ABF e-citals. What's happening to me?!


Thanks for sharing! thumb

Btw, it's called Einauditis laugh


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#2067108 - 04/19/13 11:44 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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It's on right now. I tuned the piano for Mr. E this afternoon. He's going on to perform in Manchester this evening. I was watching the stage crew get the stage ready - looks impressive.



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You tuned for Einaudi?!? wow Was he there to try the piano out when you were done? Did he have any special requests/preferences?


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Yes I tuned the piano for the radio broadcast, and my boss prepared/tuned the piano for the concert on the same evening.

No special requests, no problems reported, so he must've been happy!





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This question may have been addressed, and I apologize if I missed it. But is there a list of the pieces by level of difficulty? Thank you.


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Originally Posted by scorpio
This question may have been addressed, and I apologize if I missed it. But is there a list of the pieces by level of difficulty? Thank you.

On p51 of this thread there is a resumed discussion about a list in order of difficulty, with some rankings, so I suspect the original list or lists lie further buried in the thread.

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