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Chopin's 24 preludes...Pogorelic
#378826 02/06/06 08:40 PM
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Omg is just get thes 24 preludes by Pogorelic, and I must tell u this, is so so so BEAUTIFUL, is just so close of what i think is CHOPINs music, so softly, no too much agressive, and so so calm, I really liked it, have u listened something of Pogorelic?
I heard that is good with Bach, what can u tell me about that?
Well just that ^^


PD: Is Pogorelic or Pogorelich? Cuz i found the two ways correctly. ^^

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This is one of those sets that you'll either love or hate. I myself hate them, but I know many people who love them.

For my money, I'll stick with Sokolov, Friere and even Argerich.

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money? what u mean?

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I mean that Pogorelich's Chopin Preludes are not a good introduction to these pieces.

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Originally posted by KoRnU:
PD: Is Pogorelic or Pogorelich? Cuz i found the two ways correctly. ^^
By the way, this doesn't have anything to do with Pogorelich or Chopin, but I noticed this in a few of your posts: you write "PD:", but I think what you mean is "PS:". (PS means Post Script, which is something you write after ("post") your letter ("script")).

It's not a big deal, but I just thought I'd point that out to you. smile


Regarding Pogorelich, I haven't heard his Chopin. I like Sokolov a lot for the preludes. But I did hear a recording of Pogorelich playing Prokofiev Sonata No. 6 and Ravel Gaspard de la Nuit, which I found very intense and enjoyable.


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Originally posted by KoRnU:
[b]PD: Is Pogorelic or Pogorelich? Cuz i found the two ways correctly. ^^
By the way, this doesn't have anything to do with Pogorelich or Chopin, but I noticed this in a few of your posts: you write "PD:", but I think what you mean is "PS:". (PS means Post Script, which is something you write after ("post") your letter ("script")).

It's not a big deal, but I just thought I'd point that out to you. smile
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He means the same, PD stands for "postdata", it is used in many languages (other than english).

Interesting iamcanadian finds Argerich reasonable but Pogorelich's not so, my first reaction when I heard Pogorelich's was how closely they are to Argerich's (except in a few cases). I have to check Sokolov's, heard many good things about them.

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Originally posted by KoRnU:
[b]PD: Is Pogorelic or Pogorelich? Cuz i found the two ways correctly. ^^
By the way, this doesn't have anything to do with Pogorelich or Chopin, but I noticed this in a few of your posts: you write "PD:", but I think what you mean is "PS:". (PS means Post Script, which is something you write after ("post") your letter ("script")).

It's not a big deal, but I just thought I'd point that out to you. smile
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He means the same, PD stands for "postdata", it is used in many languages (other than english).
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OK, I didn't know that.

PD: Thanks.

PS: smile


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laugh

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For me Victor Merzhanov for the set. For modern attainable recordings Pollini did justice for No.1 for me.

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Sorry guys i think it was a WORLD THING

and yes how Dubious said


PD ----> "POST DATA"
PS ----> "POST SCRIP"

Well i can said something of all this, pianojerome learned something and me too ^^.


PD / PS: All days we learn something new ^^

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Pogorelich's Scarlatti! thumb
Pogorelich's Chopin! thumb
Pogorelich's Rachmaninov! hmm.. haven't heard much of his rach tough..

Pogorelich certanly is my favorite pianist.


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