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Andrei Korobeynikov, piano
Bach, Beethoven, Messian, Scriabin

I stumbled across this recital a few days ago, and once I listened for a few minutes, I found it thoroughly engrossing, a real find. Never heard of the pianist before - have you? His playing and musical qualities are very satisfying, in a solidly Russian way, I think.

https://youtu.be/yBRx-xW_LKY?t=437

The channel this is on is interesting, too. I don't know anything about it, other than that it appears to have a ton of performances in that hall that seem worth watching. I've just started exploring it. I've learned to keep a browser window with a translation site open, to copy and paste. Does anybody know if there is a way to get YouTube to automatically do the translation? That would be great!

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Interesting, thanks for this.

Andrey Korobeinikov is called "one of the most unusual pianists of the XXI century" and "a unique phenomenon in the modern musical community." - see here.

The hall is a newly opened state-of-the-art concert hall in Moscow. I had not heard of it before - thanks for bringing it to our attention. See here.

Most enjoyable Bach!

By the way, I find that often I can right-click and select "Translate to English" from the context menu.

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PS I see that my favourite period-instrument orchestra the OAE is playing there with Masaaki Suzuki on 24 April.

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Originally Posted by David-G
Interesting, thanks for this.

Andrey Korobeinikov is called "one of the most unusual pianists of the XXI century" and "a unique phenomenon in the modern musical community." - see here.

The hall is a newly opened state-of-the-art concert hall in Moscow. I had not heard of it before - thanks for bringing it to our attention. See here.

Most enjoyable Bach!

By the way, I find that often I can right-click and select "Translate to English" from the context menu.


Thanks for the links - the hall's site has an English option, which is helpful. I tried right-clicking on YouTube, but it didn't bring up a translation choice. Oh, well...

I noticed that Korobeinikov has his own YouTube channel with quite a bit of material - I am looking forward to exploring it.

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Originally Posted by wr
I tried right-clicking on YouTube, but it didn't bring up a translation choice. Oh, well...

This seems to be a feature of the Chrome browser. I can right click on any page, and a "Translate to English" option comes up in the context menu. It is rather good. At a click I can translate the title of this thread!

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I tried right-clicking on YouTube, but it didn't bring up a translation choice. Oh, well...

This seems to be a feature of the Chrome browser. I can right click on any page, and a "Translate to English" option comes up in the context menu. It is rather good. At a click I can translate the title of this thread!

Thanks for that info. I may switch browsers, at least for YouTube. It seems that just this last year there has been a proliferation of Russian language classical music channels that look interesting.

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This also comes in very useful for the "Fan d'Erard" Facebook group, most of which is in French!

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Thanks for sharing! I've always wanted to learn to just read Russian, at least- it would come in handy in the classical music world:)


"Love has to be the starting point- love of music. It is one of my firmest convictions that love always produces some knowledge, while knowledge only rarely produces something similar to love."
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Originally Posted by Ainar
Thanks for sharing! I've always wanted to learn to just read Russian, at least- it would come in handy in the classical music world:)

Give it a try! Learning to read Russian characters is really not difficult. I am lucky enough to have studied Russian for two years at school. It only took about a week for me to be reasonably conversant with Russian characters. Of course, understanding meaning takes longer! Some years ago I attended a conference in Moscow. I was the only one of our UK contingent who could read Russian; and so I was the only one who could read the names of streets and metro stations when we were out and about in town. A really useful skill, and really not difficult to achieve.

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