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#2261735 - 04/14/14 07:53 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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The thread title is completely erroneous. For both the public and pianists(at least what I've heard at the Mannes IKIF for the last 13 years), Rachmaninov is very popular.

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#2261761 - 04/14/14 08:37 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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Rachmaninoff
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isn't on any 'top 10 romantic composer's' lists

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People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all.


... I guess that would be true if people were only capable of liking 10 composers?

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#2261771 - 04/14/14 08:54 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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Originally Posted by Svenno
And i don't know why. He isn't on any 'top 10 romantic composer's' lists - but he was a romantic composer, wasn't he? Chopin seems to be the most favoured, and i really like his music too, in fact i can't decide which my all time favorite composer is, Rachmaninoff or Chopin. :p

Can anyone explain what's wrong with Rachmaninoff?
Legit question. Trolling?

Top ten composers performed in American symphonic concert halls, 2010-11
1. Beethoven
2. Mozart
3. Tchaikovsky
4. Brahms
5. Ravel
6. Dvořak
7. Sibelius
8. Prokofiev
9. Stravinsky
10. Rachmaninoff

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#2261780 - 04/14/14 09:09 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Ridicolosamente]  
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What a strange list.

Bach, Chopin, Liszt, Mendelsohn don't make the cut? But Prokofiev and Stravinsky do? Ravel ranks #5, but Debussy doesn't make the cut?



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#2261783 - 04/14/14 09:13 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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Bach and Chopin didn't write symphonic music. Ravel is probably on there because of one piece. grin


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#2261786 - 04/14/14 09:23 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: JohnSprung]  
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Well it's a list of frequent performances which are naturally dominated by "orchestral" works. And...

-Bach besides choral and solo instrument music = boring (I welcome your retaliatory punches)
-Chopin - whatever little orchestral music there is = a joke
-Prokofiev has a very rightful place on that list
-Stravinsky created a little something called "Rite of Spring"
-Orchestrations of La Valse and Alborada del gracioso seem to appear much more frequently than La Mer...
-Mendelssohn... I'll stop because I feel like a negative Nancy.

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#2261790 - 04/14/14 09:31 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Ridicolosamente]  
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Originally Posted by Ridicolosamente
-Bach besides choral and solo instrument music = boring (I welcome your retaliatory punches)

Punch #1 on the way.

Originally Posted by Ridicolosamente
-Chopin - whatever little orchestral music there is = a joke

There isn't any.

Originally Posted by Ridicolosamente
-Prokofiev has a very rightful place on that list

Does he indeed?

Originally Posted by Ridicolosamente
-Mendelssohn... I'll stop because I feel like a negative Nancy.

Oh, is Mendelssohn boring too?


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#2261812 - 04/14/14 10:21 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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I can't imagine anyone finding Rachmaninoff's music equal in quality to Chopin's.

I looked at a ranking of composers by recording sales. Mozart was first, Chopin was sixteenth, and Rachmaninoff didn't even make the top forty. So, no Rachmaninoff is not as beloved as Chopin--understandably, in my opinion.





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Originally Posted by Eldridge
I can't imagine anyone finding Rachmaninoff's music equal in quality to Chopin's.

It definitely isn't.


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#2261836 - 04/14/14 11:39 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Ridicolosamente]  
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Originally Posted by Ridicolosamente
Originally Posted by Svenno
And i don't know why. He isn't on any 'top 10 romantic composer's' lists - but he was a romantic composer, wasn't he? Chopin seems to be the most favoured, and i really like his music too, in fact i can't decide which my all time favorite composer is, Rachmaninoff or Chopin. :p

Can anyone explain what's wrong with Rachmaninoff?
Legit question. Trolling?

Top ten composers performed in American symphonic concert halls, 2010-11
1. Beethoven
2. Mozart
3. Tchaikovsky
4. Brahms
5. Ravel
6. Dvořak
7. Sibelius
8. Prokofiev
9. Stravinsky
10. Rachmaninoff

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Wow, I sure didn't guess that list.


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#2261873 - 04/15/14 01:11 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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I won't post in this thread...

I won't post in this thread...

I won't post in this thread...

Whoops! grin

#2261874 - 04/15/14 01:13 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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Let's be glad we haven't heard from argerichfan yet. wink


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#2261881 - 04/15/14 01:27 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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#2261946 - 04/15/14 05:12 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Polyphonist]  
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Originally Posted by Polyphonist
Let's be glad we haven't heard from argerichfan yet. wink

Well I do think it interesting that Brendan can get away with such horrors as this:

I don't like Rachmaninoff (and most other Russian music) because I find it to be both superficial and too hard for its worth.

Wow, if I had posted something so inflammatory, I would have been castrated.


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Originally Posted by Eldridge
I can't imagine anyone finding Rachmaninoff's music equal in quality to Chopin's


seriously?

That might be true when you compare their solo piano work, but hey, "music" is a very broad term. It includes not only the solo piano pieces, but other instruments too.

Some say that chopin couldn't even understand orchestration, and needed help when composing his concertos. Rachmaninoff's piano concertos are are way ahead of his, especially in orchestration. And so are his other orchestral works.

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#2261959 - 04/15/14 06:06 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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Originally Posted by Svenno

And Chopin couldn't even understand orchestration.

Sorry, I cannot let this go without a challenge.

If you have not figured it out, the reason for the skimpy and rather dodgy orchestrations in the Chopin concertos should really be obvious if you know the works at all, do you?

Any heavier orchestrations would cover up the delectable writing for the piano. Chopin knew what he was doing, and any subsequent attempts to revise the orchestration have never worked.


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#2261964 - 04/15/14 06:36 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: argerichfan]  
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Originally Posted by argerichfan
Originally Posted by Svenno

And Chopin couldn't even understand orchestration.

Sorry, I cannot let this go without a challenge.

If you have not figured it out, the reason for the skimpy and rather dodgy orchestrations in the Chopin concertos should really be obvious if you know the works at all, do you?

Any heavier orchestrations would cover up the delectable writing for the piano. Chopin knew what he was doing, and any subsequent attempts to revise the orchestration have never worked.

The Irish pianist Mcel O'Rourke would beg to differ (www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mslx9)..... wink


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Originally Posted by Eldridge
I can't imagine anyone finding Rachmaninoff's music equal in quality to Chopin's.



If nothing else, that's a rather narrow view of the range of people's opinions. smile

#2261995 - 04/15/14 07:49 AM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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Originally Posted by Svenno


Can anyone explain what's wrong with Rachmaninoff?


Well, for one thing, during much of the 20th century, his music was seen by many critics and musicians as being so old-fashioned that it just couldn't be taken seriously, and performing it was often seen as pandering to the least cultivated people in the audience simply to increase income, rather than being for the sake of the art. Not only was it not cutting edge, it wasn't even up to speed with the middle of the pack. Finally, towards the end of the century, his reputation was slightly rehabilitated by a few conductors who championed his orchestral music. To me, it seems that some of those earlier negative attitudes are still around to some extent.

But I think there are other issues with much of his music that keep it out of the very top ranks. There are often formal problems - his musical structures often don't work really well, even if local moments can be wonderful (this can be a problem with Chopin, too, but Chopin's instincts seem just a bit better organized). Another issue is that the immediate emotional appeal of some of his music can drift into the realm of bad taste for some classical music lovers. Said a different way, it's just too sappy and sentimental.

Personally, I love his music without too many qualms - it is what it is and it still speaks to me through all of the flaws, and that's enough. How it is ranked by others doesn't really matter too much in the end, although I do like trying to understand why some people (especially musicians) aren't as captivated by it as I am.



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Originally Posted by argerichfan
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Let's be glad we haven't heard from argerichfan yet. wink

Well I do think it interesting that Brendan can get away with such horrors as this:

I don't like Rachmaninoff (and most other Russian music) because I find it to be both superficial and too hard for its worth.

Wow, if I had posted something so inflammatory, I would have been castrated.

You wouldn't. I've learned my lesson re attempting to respond to such posts.

Originally Posted by Svenno
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I can't imagine anyone finding Rachmaninoff's music equal in quality to Chopin's


seriously?

That might be true when you compare their solo piano work, but hey, "music" is a very broad term. It includes not only the solo piano pieces, but other instruments too.

Some say that chopin couldn't even understand orchestration, and needed help when composing his concertos. Rachmaninoff's piano concertos are are way ahead of his, especially in orchestration. And so are his other orchestral works.

Rachmaninoff cannot even hold a candle to Chopin, and I think that is pretty close to a fact. Once you've just heard a Chopin sonata, it's hard to listen to almost anything written afterwards without thinking how inferior it is.


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Originally Posted by Polyphonist


Rachmaninoff cannot even hold a candle to Chopin, and I think that is pretty close to a fact.

Funny thing, we have bitched at each other so much... but facts are... facts.

And thank-you for that. (May I have time out now?)


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Originally Posted by argerichfan
Originally Posted by Polyphonist


Rachmaninoff cannot even hold a candle to Chopin, and I think that is pretty close to a fact.

Funny thing, we have [censored] at each other so much... but facts are... facts.

Now all we have to do is wait for Joel to get in the middle of this. grin


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Beethoven is the greatest composer of all time.

#2262369 - 04/15/14 09:20 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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I'm not arguing with you there.


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#2262394 - 04/15/14 10:31 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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#2262400 - 04/15/14 10:45 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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I'm sure.


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#2262404 - 04/15/14 11:02 PM Re: People don't seem to like Rachmaninoff at all. [Re: Svenno]  
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It's true. Just listen to this genius chorus.

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Rachmaninoff has been my favorite composer since age 14.

I just haven't found a composer who can parallel his combination of texture (see Rhapsody on a Theme by Pagannini), orchestration (flute taking theme in Rach 3, ahhh), bravura, nationalistic rhythms, depth.

He does it all for me. I especially think that he's the master of texture. He can make it rain notes, make the piano into a harp like parts of his 2nd sonata, and his music all has a strong personality. None of it is generic IMO.

His entire Etudes-Tableaux are fantastic.


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What other composers do you know in depth?

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Originally Posted by JoelW
It's true. Just listen to this genius chorus.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fndeDfaWCg&t=0m54s

Wuz you serious?

What next, a link to a One Direction video? wink

Actually I've always rather liked that song.


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