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#2087790 - 05/24/13 05:40 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Kristina1, nice to know that Einaudi's music causes different feelings and "views" on you...
I really don't know how to classify his music, perhaps "new-classic" is the best word to use. It's the term I use when someone listens me play some of his pieces, and asks what was I playing.

He has a long career and he's changing his "moods" along the time - that's visible when you listen random pieces -, so I would suggest to use "our" ABF Recital Index, and try to pic some of the most played pieces of him. That would be a good start.

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#2088434 - 05/25/13 05:44 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: CarlosCC]  
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Thanks again, Carlos,

I have listened to Einaudi again and he still reminds me a little of Richard Clayderman’s “Ballade pour Adeline”... it seems to me that - in a very modern, very sophisticated way – this ”minimalist” music replaces somehow original tribal drum-beats, which repeat themselves ... and as a result they have a very hypnotic-relaxing effect on the listener... eventually hypnotizing the listener into a dull state of mind...

Perhaps I have to give it much more time and listen to Einaudi again later on...

Thanks again from Kristina.


#2092756 - 05/31/13 08:54 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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An absolutely delightful photo of Einaudi in L.A. came across the Facebook forum page that I just had to share here. It shows a more playful side of Ludo than we are accustomed to. smile

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#2093168 - 05/31/13 11:54 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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A great photo, playing in Le Onde. laugh


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#2107357 - 06/24/13 04:39 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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I failed to give a little review of the Boulder, CO concert my wife and I had the pleasure of attending in late May. Before this event if you had offered me the choice of seeing Ludovico play alone, as he did in Chicago, or with his full band I would have taken 'alone' without a moment's hesitation. Generally when I go to watch a pianist as the star it's that person and instrument in whom I'm interested and anything else is distraction, even if pleasant and melodic.

After the concert I'll say that I am very glad that we saw the full show. His supporting cast sometimes had me paying attention to them instead of Ludovico. They were amazingly skilled and versatile (some playing 3-4 different instruments), energetic and, most importantly, jelled well with the piano. It looked like Ludovico really enjoys playing and performing with them as well.

It was a fantastic concert. He played with a little higher energy and passion than is on the CD but to see it live it was just perfect. And now even though I can barely keep my existing repertoire in muscle memory I find myself working on three new songs. Pleasant sigh...


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#2107740 - 06/25/13 10:02 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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SwayingTree, I saw Ludovico playing alone in 2011 and, this year, I was at the Time Lapse show.
They are different concerts. The first, is more intimist; the other is more "designed" for the show.
Both are great and Ludovico is well prepared for both situations.
I'm glad you liked it!


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#2115598 - 07/10/13 08:21 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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The Einaudi Facebook page just posted a link to this "Time Lapse" concert video (hour long), for those of you who weren't able to make the tour this year (and those of us who did but just want to repeat the experience! smile ). What I would've given to be in that intimate audience. 3hearts

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#2115699 - 07/10/13 01:40 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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I'm not an adult, so I don't really belong on this forum (section), but since I really enjoy Ludovico Einaudi I thought I'd post here. smile

After watching Intouchables, I wanted to learn to play Fly and Una Mattina. Didn't start with the latter yet, but I can play the former. Or at least I know the notes.

It's not complicated music, but you can put a lot of feeling in it. In fact, you probably have to. Just playing the notes is not enough.

I do have problems with playing the triplets in Fly though. In my head I know how it should sound like, but I always end up playing them as "normal" notes instead (sorry, I'm not really down with the terminology). When I do try to play them correctly, I just hit the first note of the triplet harder than the rest. Which might be what I am meant to do. :P

#2115702 - 07/10/13 01:44 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Welcome to the forum, Gijs. smile We're not fussy about age on AB forum, and I'm happy to see any fan of Einaudi posting on the thread. I found your statement that "just playing the notes" of Einaudi's music is not enough to be so very true. Expression is everything. thumb




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#2116795 - 07/12/13 10:20 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Monica K.]  
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Originally Posted by Monica K.
Welcome to the forum, Gijs. smile We're not fussy about age on AB forum, and I'm happy to see any fan of Einaudi posting on the thread. I found your statement that "just playing the notes" of Einaudi's music is not enough to be so very true. Expression is everything. thumb




Of course "Expression" is by Helen Jane Long. wink All jokes aside, this is the key to the key to Einaudi's music. It's all about touch and feeling and that last 10% is the difference between hitting notes and making his music.


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#2138137 - 08/24/13 06:55 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Hello everyone smile

I'm Jess, and I would love to chat about Einaudi with you.

I've recently discovered him and it has actually changed my life. (In a non-creepy way LOL) I have really enjoyed looking back through this thread and finding some great song suggestions and techniques so thank you.

I played classical for 9 years then took a break, now back into it again as a multi-tasking Mom (play 5 minutes, feed kids, play 10 minutes, break up fights, you know how it goes)

I started and got hooked, with I Giorni, moved onto Primavera, Fly, then Divenire. They each took about a week to learn, then 3x as long to put the soul in, you know what I mean eh?
I picked up I Due Fiumi in a day today - what a sweet little song!

I'm now learning Andare and Oltremare. - I do have some technical questions about those if anyone plays them and can help?


My hubby thinks I'm a little possessed with how quickly it's taken off, but Einaudi is just so....refreshing after the classics. Not to knock my lovely Chopin but this music gets under my skin in a way that nothing else has.

Anyway, I have my last two on the go to tackle, but am now obsessed with finding the sheet music to Questa Notte. But ARGH I can't find the music online! My usual site Musicnotes doesn't have it, and I don't want to pay a billion $ to join another one frown

Does anyone have a pdf of it they're allowed to share? (Mods please let me know if this isn't ok)

ETA: It's really nice to be here, I'm finding it a bit lonely having no one in real life to talk with about this music!


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#2138171 - 08/24/13 08:33 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Hi Jess and welcome to PW.
Nice to know that Einaudi's music "changed" your life smile I know what you're feeling and I'm also a big admirer of his work.

I'm sure you'll find here lots of members to talk about music (and other subjects, of course) and it's a great location to share your music and progress. We'd love to hear some of your pieces!

Take a look to: ABF Recital Index: Ludovico Einaudi , It's a great resource of pieces of Einaudi played by ABF members.
Good luck!

PS: I think I can help you with "Questa Notte". Check your Messages wink






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#2138456 - 08/24/13 06:10 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Hi Carlos thanks for your welcome smile
I don't have a way of recording my stuff but will look into it. Thanks for the Recital Index, that will be interesting to go through!

Thanks for your PM, yay!

So happy to be here laugh


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#2139536 - 08/27/13 03:45 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Hi all, I've just listened to AnthonyB's rendition of Indaco on the Recital page and it doesn't seem too hard. Has anyone else played it? What did you think of it?



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#2139538 - 08/27/13 03:47 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Oh and I have allllmost nailed Andare apart from a section which has totally confuzzled me, but I will conquer it, never fear LOL. How did you all find Andare?


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#2139543 - 08/27/13 04:11 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Hi Jessiebear,

"Indaco" is one of the pieces I worked a lot. I can say that has some tricky rhythms but it's not too hard. As in many pieces of Einaudi, you just have to work "beyond" the printed notes.
The piece is beautiful but I did some adaptions...

I don't want to make comparisons, but you can listen the version I did for Recital 26.
Link: Indaco - CarlosCC, recital26

No clue about "Andare".


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#2139623 - 08/27/13 10:19 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: Jessiebear]  
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Originally Posted by Jessiebear
Oh and I have allllmost nailed Andare apart from a section which has totally confuzzled me, but I will conquer it, never fear LOL. How did you all find Andare?


So devilishly difficult I haven't even attempted to tackle it. help


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#2139734 - 08/27/13 03:43 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Thanks Carlos, listening to that now. I just love this song!

Monica, the triplets in Andare aren't too bad, they run off the fingers smile It's just two bars on the second to last page where the timing goes all out of whack, to put it mildly, sounds great but BLEURGH! LOL.


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#2141621 - 08/30/13 11:25 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Ok I've got the hang of the triplets in Oltremare that were totally stumping me. Turns out I needed to play it faster, doing it slow was too complicated.

But now I have fatigue in my right arm that is turning into a bit of RSI. And the culprits are the triplet sections of both!

Will have to limit myself to small blocks I think! Very frustrating when these two are so beautiful to play.


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#2142756 - 09/02/13 09:52 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Has anyone here played La Linea Sicura? I tried looking in this thread, but it's so long! Anyway, I took a look at it yesterday and decided to put it into my practice menu. It's "easy" on some levels, but on the other hand, it will really challenge my ability to keep tension out of my RH. In that regard it's like the reverse of Yann Tiersen's Comptine d'un autre ete: l'apres midi.

After looking through some of the posts in this thread, I've also decided to start working on Nefeli (thanks Monica! smile

Anyway, if anyone is playing La Linea Sicura please share your thoughts.


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#2142800 - 09/02/13 11:55 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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I'm pretty sure AnthonyB played and recorded it at one time. I haven't tackled it myself.


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#2142864 - 09/02/13 02:18 PM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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From the looks of my "Work in Progress" folder on Box.net it appears I had been working on LLS around December of 2012...but I don't think I ever finished the piece for some odd reason. smile

I had made and uploaded 3 small recordings on Dec 12th which I likely shared with Monica and is likely what she's recalling me playing. smile

As far as hand tension I'm afraid I cannot recall. Maybe that's why I gave up the piece in the end before nailing the whole thing down...



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Monica and Anthony, thanks for replying!

I practiced La Linea Sicura today (and also Nefeli, I couldn't help myself! smile

Anyway, I haven't played LLS enough to say yet, but I don't think it's going to be like Tiersen's Comptine was for me (initially I had a really hard time with it because I would get a cramp in my LH). But the key obviously is to have a very relaxed arm and fluid movement in the RH. Although Nefeli is more "work" to read/play through, I feel like LLS will be more challenging to polish and play. (Although we'll see if I say the same things about both of them a few weeks from now!)

One more question (please forgive me if this has been discussed in previous pages). I don't actually own a copy of Nefeli, and although I could just buy it as an individual recording, I was thinking of getting the album it's on, Islands. For those of you that have it, is Islands all solo piano, or does it have a lot of pieces with strings?

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#2143265 - 09/03/13 04:12 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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ShiroKuro I'm listenting to LLS now, wow what a lovely song! It would be a good challenge to play, and you're right about tension in the RH from stuff like that.
(I am finding it with Oltremare too. It feels better the more I roll my wrist.)

Would love to hear it once you're happy with it!


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#2143373 - 09/03/13 10:03 AM Re: Ludovico Einaudi [Re: NancyM333]  
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Shiro, "Islands" is a greatest hits collection for Einaudi. I would say that less than 1/3 of the pieces involve strings, with the rest being piano solos. It's an excellent choice for people who are going to buy only one Einaudi album, but you may find yourself with a lot of redundancy if you can't help yourself and end up going back and buying all the original albums. help


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Jessie, I haven't been doing much recording lately, not having an acoustic at home kind of takes away the motivation, and this piece is definitely one that requires the beautiful, 3-dimensional sound of a good instrument (sigh).

I can't figure out the right way to articulate the "tension" thing, but when I listen to the recording there's a softness, especially in the non-melody notes in the left hand. And I think if you can't get that in your own fingers, LLS will just sound bland. We'll see. At least I can hear it, and that's the first step to being able to create it. smile

Monica, I noticed that, but then I went ahead and bought Islands anyway! whome I have not had Nefeli to listen to before, so so far that's all I've been listening to, maybe on my walk home I'll actually listen to some of the other pieces I don't know yet! smile



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I am really enjoying Islands! Especially Nightbook.

I guess it's time to get over my "solo piano only" snobbery whome


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My sister finished college and has decided to pick up violin lessons. Can't wait to try playing some Einaudi together laugh (but it will probably take a while - plenty time to get her interested in Einaudi, right?)


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Allard: Plenty of time! Wish I could get my sister interested in piano again. Silly Ukelele has taken her over...


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Ugh. I just bought Oltremare. (thank you, SheetMusicDirect). I am totally possessed.

But I can't start it until Nov. Because I'll be doing Nefeli in Oct. laugh

La Linea Sicura isn't giving me too many problems... I'm even following the pedal markings (even though I don't like them very much on my digital, but this way when I play an acoustic I won't feel awkward).

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