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Does your teacher really play? Brahms Concerto
#349137 12/17/08 01:06 PM
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Hello everyone,

Lets just do something for those who devoted their time in our musical development. I encorage everyone who has videos of their own teaches playing, to please share their work with us.

Here is mine, Doutor Caio Pagano in Brahms 2nd Piano Concerto (end of 1st movement)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55ZOdRXn_Pg

Please share your teachers work!

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my teacher can play for sure, and he has his videos of some Rach etudes op.33/39 on youtube, which you might have watched without knowing. but i'm not posting the links, since he's unknown and might be better stay that way. one day, if ever he'd get famous, i would surely let everyone know who my teacher is (or was then)...

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If one does have access to videos of one's teacher playing, make sure that you get the permission of your teacher - or any performer, for that matter - before posting any such videos for public viewing.

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Well this video is poasted to public view and he kwnows that, so it has his consent...

Anyway, i think one should not poast a video on youtube without the interpreters consent, once on youtube it is ALWAYS a public viewing!!

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#349141 12/17/08 03:11 PM
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Well this video is poasted to public view and he kwnows that, so it has his consent...

Anyway, i think one should not poast a video on youtube without the interpreters consent, once on youtube it is ALWAYS a public viewing!!
You didn't specify YouTube in the OP.

Also, just because something is on YouTube doesn't mean that the video was taken or posted with the teachers'/pianists' permission.

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#349142 12/17/08 03:26 PM
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my teacher can play for sure, and he has his videos of some Rach etudes op.33/39 on youtube, which you might have watched without knowing. but i'm not posting the links, since he's unknown and might be better stay that way. one day, if ever he'd get famous, i would surely let everyone know who my teacher is (or was then)...
That was the single most confusing post...

So, he's unknown, yet we may have seen him play. You won't mention his name because he's not famous, but if he became famous, you would say his name freely. But it's better for him to stay unknown, which is why you won't post the links. He plays great and has videos on youtube, but you'd rather nobody see them.

confused

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Phlebas, in this case it means... just see the channel who poted the link, paganopianoproject, it has videos not only from him but also from his students.

Greetings from PORTUGAL to everyone.

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#349144 12/17/08 08:12 PM
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Where was this performance? That's a NY Steinway.


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#349145 12/17/08 09:23 PM
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the point is if my teacher would want me to mention his name. so, i prefer staying out of it.

btw, what i said was sort like joking, and please don't take it too seriously.

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I think the OP was just trying to communicate his respect for his teacher, who is obviously a wonderful musician.

I think others here might feel they would lose some of their anonymity if they identified their teacher, or might be offended if some of the "jerks and idiots" who sometimes surface on line would attack their teacher.


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#349147 12/17/08 10:39 PM
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Andre, I'm wondering if you didn't post that video of your teacher in hopes that people would stumble across your own playing.

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I'm just kidding around. I very much enjoyed the Schubert!

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#349148 12/17/08 11:39 PM
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I think others here might feel they would lose some of their anonymity if they identified their teacher, or might be offended if some of the "jerks and idiots" who sometimes surface on line would attack their teacher.
you're quite right. thank you, and i couldn't say it any better.

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oh, don`t bother watching my videos, they are a waste of time comparing to the videos of my teacher, i just hope he gets to play on video other concertos that i have only in amateur recording like the rach 2, 3rd Prokofiev, 1st Schostakovich, 2nd Bartok...

Anyway, post videos of your own teachers and pay tribute to their musical skills!

Thank you everyone!

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#349150 12/19/08 08:50 AM
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My teacher not only plays it, he teaches it, he can sing it, play both parts (orchestral reduction), analyze it, conduct it, etc. etc. - you get the picture. He's so good I don't want anybody to know I've got him...

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Originally posted by signa:
[b] my teacher can play for sure, and he has his videos of some Rach etudes op.33/39 on youtube, which you might have watched without knowing. but i'm not posting the links, since he's unknown and might be better stay that way. one day, if ever he'd get famous, i would surely let everyone know who my teacher is (or was then)...
That was the single most confusing post...

So, he's unknown, yet we may have seen him play. You won't mention his name because he's not famous, but if he became famous, you would say his name freely. But it's better for him to stay unknown, which is why you won't post the links. He plays great and has videos on youtube, but you'd rather nobody see them.

confused [/b]
I can well understand a certain hesitation to share given special circumstances.
In the case of my mentor, well known amongst his peers within his "school" of jazz, and having a waiting list of students, after sharing one video and a few wave files on this forum, for one, he was barraged with dozens of insulting posts and then banned.
Ironically, his pianistic/improvisational abilities far transcend any other jazz musician I've ever heard even that of his mentor, an opinion that was shared at the time by very few on this forum.

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Originally posted by CherryCoke:
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Originally posted by signa:
[b] my teacher can play for sure, and he has his videos of some Rach etudes op.33/39 on youtube, which you might have watched without knowing. but i'm not posting the links, since he's unknown and might be better stay that way. one day, if ever he'd get famous, i would surely let everyone know who my teacher is (or was then)...
That was the single most confusing post...

So, he's unknown, yet we may have seen him play. You won't mention his name because he's not famous, but if he became famous, you would say his name freely. But it's better for him to stay unknown, which is why you won't post the links. He plays great and has videos on youtube, but you'd rather nobody see them.

confused [/b]
I can well understand a certain hesitation to share given special circumstances, such as that of my mentor.
Well known amongst his peers within his "school" of jazz, and having a waiting list of students, after sharing one video and a few wave files on this forum, for one, he was barraged with dozens of insulting posts and then banned.
Ironically, his pianistic/improvisational abilities far transcend any other jazz musician I've ever heard even that of his mentor, an opinion that was shared at the time by very few on this forum. [/b]


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