Grigory Sokolov - Piano Recital (2020.12.12 Geneva, Palais des Nations, Human Rights Chamber) Jun Kumazawa添加 5 个月 前意见 79K 下载评论 Jun Kumazawa5 个月 前- [0:00] Play from the Beginning - Robert Schumann 4 Fugen, Op. 72 [1:10] 1. in D minor, Nicht schnell [4:44] 2. in D minor, Sehr lebhaft [7:10] 3. in F minor, Nicht schnell und sehr ausdrucksvoll [10:58] 4. in F major, Im mäßigen Tempo - [11:50] etwas belebter - [12:55] Coda Bunte Blätter (14 Klavierstücke), Op. 99 3 Stücklein [13:17] 1. (I) in A major, Nicht schnell, mit Innigkeit [15:24] 2. (II) in E minor, Sehr rasch [16:23] 3. (III) in E major, Frisch Albumblätter I - V [17:38] 4. (I) in F-sharp minor, Ziemlich langsam [19:52] 5. (II) in B minor, Schnell [20:45] 6. (III) in A-flat major, Ziemlich langsam, sehr gesangvoll [23:04] 7. (IV) in E-flat minor, Sehr langsam [25:37] 8. (V) in E-flat major, Langsam [27:23] 9. Novellette in B minor, Lebhaft [30:58] 10. Präludium in B-flat minor, Energisch [32:19] 11. Marsch in D minor, Sehr getragen - [36:12] Trio [42:07] 12. Abendmusik in B-flat major, Im Menuett-Tempo [47:26] 13. Scherzo in G minor, Lebhaft - [49:49] Lebhafter [52:29] 14. Geschwindmarsch in G minor, Sehr markiert - Intermission - Frédéric Chopin 2 Polonaises, Op. 26 [57:03] 1. in C-sharp minor, Allegro appassionato - [1:00:24] Meno mosso [1:06:52] 2. in E-flat minor, Maestoso - [1:10:48] Meno mosso - Adagio - [1:13:19] Tempo I Polonaise in F-sharp minor, Op. 44 [1:16:42] (no tempo indication) - [1:22:16] Doppio movimento (Tempo di Mazurka) - [1:26:37] Tempo I (tempo di Polacca) Polonaise in A-flat major, Op. 53 [1:29:40] Maestoso Grigory Sokolov, piano December 12, 2020 Geneva, Palais des Nations, Human Rights Chamber (The title of this recital was "The World Human Rights Concert 2020". It was given to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations.)Maria Shevtsova3 个月 前The word is grandeur. TypoClaudine Sales3 个月 前Le son écrasé n'est pas celui de la vidéo originale, dommageCarmen Aballí3 个月 前Cuántas veces he escuchado este concierto una maravilla este pianistaStethen Liebenberg3 个月 前Dear lawd any trill by this genius are utter perfectiontrinitarian1003 个月 前AlwaysapleasuretpMaria Shevtsova3 个月 前Ah, what grander, finesse and nance in such simplicityCHURINDOK3 个月 前There's some serious social distancing going on in that hall.Gary Howells3 个月 前Maestro!Concepcion Torres3 个月 前Thank you Jun Kumazawa. Have seen Sokolov in Sevilla (Teatro de la Maestranza) playing Chopin ( 4 polonaises) and Rachmaninov last 23rd February. Superb.Harmony3 个月 前Wonderful from start to finish. The right audience for a genius of such magnitude.aseptisch4 个月 前Why is the sound in mono?The right music4 个月 前Maestro Sokolov is one of those unique musicians whose example teaches us that no matter how great you are as an artist, you can always continue to learn and grow... What a delightful recital. Bravo Maestro!!!unconcious Tomato4 个月 前Как хорошо так, по-человечески, без этой монструозности или слюней в полонезахM M4 个月 前@Jun Kumazawa Sorry I didn't have time to write to you earlier. Thank you for posting this great value video. Maestro Grigory Sokolov is one of the best pianists. Finally it is Maestro Grigory Sokolov to be seen not only heard, which is very rare in other videos. But here with such a duration of 1:38:43 is fantastic. Plus you worked hard on this video making a Playlist with times, congratulations. I have already sent this video to my friends, we are a group that likes classical music. I also send other videos from you or from other channels. Good luck with your channel. 🙂Jun Kumazawa4 个月 前Nice to hear that! Thank you so much for your comments and sharing this gem with your friends ☺️Tom Kelly4 个月 前There is a post here that states Sokolov is past his prime, yet I think he brings out so many colors and nuances and of course rarely played pieces. Arrau and Pollini and of course Horowitz have brought out the greater depth in their respective music that in some pieces are better than when they were younger. By this criteria is Martha Argerich also past her prime also, I do not think so. Of course, these are all subjective opinions.Ezzo von ACHALM4 个月 前Quelle HONTE pour Genève -"la plus petite des grandes villes " qu'un concert de Grigory Sokolov, LE PIANISTE du siècle, n' ait été suivi que par 7 vaillants auditeurs et ce à l'occasion de la célebration du 75e anniversaire des Nations Unies dans le cadre prestigieux Palais des NATIONS ! Quelle INFAMIE ! Quant à la qualité de la régistration, "a one channel monaural audio track, technology from 80 years ago" elle reflète bien l'indiférence ou l' inaculturation de qui a organisé ce concert .Vicente Aleixandre4 个月 前¡Sokolov, sublime como siempre en todo lo que interpreta! Solo una nota disonante: la presencia del expresidente José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, que se podría haber quedado a dormir en su casa. ¡Penoso y desagradable, por realización, que su imagen interrumpa y altere la belleza de la música!Carmen Aballí3 个月 前Totalmente de acuerdo parece que no sabe escuchar en esa actitud y pose que tiene. Este hombre es un gigante de la música.Samuel Music4 个月 前I hope he is managing his BP well and also his cholesterol... I also hope he can see his front toes one day !!!gyth0014 个月 前Although Maestro Sokolov may be past his prime when it comes to dexterity and tone-control, like everybody at his age, playing the piano is a physical activity too after all, his ability to get to the core of the music, revealing significance and meaning is undiminished. Where most pianists only discover trifles Sokolov offers something profound as in the Schumann pieces here.Eric Langedijk4 个月 前this is insanely sad. the last remnants of culture that is being detroyedJoel Weber4 个月 前Political agendas have used a virus to shut down the world, destroy culture, businesses and damage all humans. Open the world, quit fear-mongering and let humanity live again!Alberto Begué4 个月 前Qué sorpresa. Media docena de personas como público, y entre ellas el ex-Presidente del Gobierno de España, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, y su mujer. Afortunados de haber podido asistir a este magnífico concierto.Miguel f b4 个月 前Un tanto desagradable la sorpresa. Podrá apreciar la grandeza de lo que representa la música? Lo dudo.Brian Paick4 个月 前It's striking to me that the four fugues are so rarely played, but that they were chosen by two masters, Richter and Sokolov. Each maestro has his own fascinating interpretation of the set. I look forward to it entering the repertoire more broadly.Vespertine 664 个月 前Congratulations on the first 1k subscribers! And thanks a lot for this great post!Vespertine 664 个月 前@Jun Kumazawa 🍾🤗👍🏻Jun Kumazawa4 个月 前Thank you for always supporting my channel! Vespertine 66, you’re the top commenter! I hope you will continue to enjoy my uploads. I’m pondering on what to post next (of course, a performance by our Maestro)... 🥰Neil T4 个月 前Bunte Blätter strikes me as among Schumann's least interesting music ... but i will give it another shot.wiggityp4 个月 前We should just get Sokolov to record the entire body of piano repertoire and have done with it.dwrmusic4 个月 前Anything that Horowitz didn’t, yes.Brian Paick4 个月 前110% supportwiggityp4 个月 前Love the tempi he takes with the polonaises. Generally a little slower than most. They are fun as showpieces but this timing really projects their tructural majesty so much more.wiggityp4 个月 前It does not get better then this.조성진팬!4 个月 前01:16:45 조성진님이 치는 거 듣고싶어요💓opus 1114 个月 前hope someday you'll share with us some more relevant comments in other videos.msotil4 个月 前Palais des Nations, Human Rights Chamber. How ironic. I can only imagine an audience of mediocre, unprincipled career politicians in attendance. I would not be surprised if the likes of Tony Blair (like Zapatero) are in the audience. It is really casting pearls to the swine.li dapeng4 个月 前that is the reason why we have internet.이성호4 个月 前참 좋습니다!Chengsong Tan4 个月 前I hope he can lose some weight, it can be harmful to his cardiovascular healthAntoine Roche4 个月 前Wonderful ! The Albumblat in F-sharp minor is the one Brahms used as the theme for his variations op.9. And I just realized he used the B-minor one in the 9th variation.Tihamer Csepregi4 个月 前This made a very nice impact on my soul at these times...Justin d.9584 个月 前wonderfully unique program. incredible performance and video. what a treat to be able to experience such a recent concert .JUANMA PEREZ4 个月 前Piano recital para dos personas... En eso se gastan el dinero de los contribuyentes... Primero se gastan más de millón de €uros en pintar el techo y después se gastan un dinero en un recital para dos personas.Autodidact24 个月 前The dome, painted by Miquel Barceló, has a title: "Technicolor Birdshit".Donald Allen4 个月 前A very worthwhile recital by one of our greatest pianists. I thought the Schumann was so well chosen and magnificently played. The Chopin, too, was a pleasure to hear, especially his broad reading of the great f-sharp-minor Polonaise (contrast with Horowitz in his 1968 TV recital, also a great performance). But I thought the A-flat Polonaise was just odd. Always a bit slower than we're used to hearing it. And the end? Hardly the triumphant outburst that it was in the hands of Rubinstein or Horowitz. There were also quite a few wrong notes in the Ab. When you think about his stupendous performance of the last movement of the Prokofiev 7th Sonata, where he conquered its difficulty with tremendous energy, accuracy and an unrelenting pulse that makes that one of the most thrilling piano performances I've ever heard (Rachmaninoff in the last movement of Carnaval is still the winner for me), it makes me wonder if the Ab was under-prepared. Or perhaps he just tired. He's not a youngster anymore and this was a long, very demanding recital.Matt Klammer4 个月 前Beautifully shaped all of the Polonaises- I did not miss any speed in the A flat, enjoyed the sororities Sokolov gets out of the instrument in what must be a truly unfavourable acoustics in a circular chamber. That probably dictates a great deal of his approach on the day.Soothing Relaxation Music4 个月 前Very beautifully playeddoGreatartistsgrowontrees?4 个月 前Amazingly inspiring program coupled with amazingly inspired playing.nevim4 个月 前There is no audience. Ridiculous.Alejandro soto martin4 个月 前Sch Human Rights concert.anon4 个月 前why is the place empty? I didn't think there were covid restriction alreadyDaniel Pesin4 个月 前The genius of our century. Phenomenal pianist. Every concert is fantastic. This performance is absolutely perfect. Thanks a lot, Maestro Sokolov.Emily Pintsov4 个月 前BrilliantOlga Safonova4 个月 前Трижды слушала маэстро Соколова в концертах. Он конгениален исполняемым композиторамElliott Hayes4 个月 前Unparalleled sense of timing, gravitas and depth as an interpreter. This recital is a gift.JumpDiffusion4 个月 前Wow. what a gem. Thank youCatherine Sidoti4 个月 前Shame to see our world concert halls practically empty because of our current global environment, I do hope the world stages open up to have many great pianists like Maestro Grigory Sokolov entertain us with more frequency.Jan Rokyta4 个月 前Grand MasterEl Puntal EnclavedeSol Santander Spain4 个月 前Me sorprende que estando financiado este gran concierto por las mejores y más importante compañías españolas no haya tenido repercusión para poderlo escuchar, encima cuando su objetivo es unir a los pueblos, seguro que me falta información para poderlo comprenderFRANCISCO4 个月 前1:12:24 Qué hace ahí Zapatero? Está dormido!!Ignacio Hernandez4 个月 前Contando nubes, que es lo suyo.Orville Wright Jr4 个月 前It is both a great privilege and pleasure to listen to these rather obscure Schumann masterpieces; as well as, these particular Chopin Polonaises(some of which I've played for a long time). Grigory Solokov is a maestro beyond compare, especially with his many surprises in his interpretations here; including the sonorities he evokes from the piano, superior phrasing in passage work, along with gossamer pianissimos and thunderous bravura performances of the Chopin Polonaises.Giuseppe Cecafosso4 个月 前Sono sempre memorabili le interpretazioni di questo. Immenso pianista, dall'arte cristallina e dall'impareggiabile fraseggio. .FROK4 个月 前Very good. Thank you for posting and putting the timestamps. That takes some time. Thank you.Dejan Stevanic4 个月 前Thank you.David Martin4 个月 前It's a pity that this marvellous artist, music and session is spoiled by the presence of ...sans espoir4 个月 前Thank you for posting this fabulous concert. I have been listening to Sokolov's performances of the Chopin Preludes. He has a calm introspective style that makes you listen and focus on the music while delivering a sterling performance at the same time. This is so apparent in this concert and he has introduced Schumann's music in a way that want's you to investigate his less known pieces like the set of Fugues. I am very grateful to you for kindly sharing this amazing performance with us.Jun Kumazawa4 个月 前Thank you so much for your heartfelt and moving comments. I’m very glad that you enjoyed the whole program including Schumann’s unknown or esoteric works.Hans Langendorf4 个月 前Mr. Sokolov needs money :) I guess it is not very exciting to play in such boothAntonio Martínez Giner4 个月 前AMAZING! Thanks for uploading 🙏😍Friedemann Jaenicke4 个月 前Ein großartiges Konzert!Мефодия Лебедева4 个月 前Спасибо!Мефодия Лебедева4 个月 前Подлинный мастер, неповторимый гений! Счастье жить с ним в одно время.凡下4 个月 前A master.Rod Cleary4 个月 前Shows how the majority of UN members are uncultured as the numbers in attendance show !lourak6134 个月 前I love the music of Chopin - but I would say his music does not belong at a United Nations sponsored event. Why? Well - Chopin, great composer though he was - was a pretty miserable human being - with not much love of his fellows. Andras Schiff reports that he was an "anti-Semite, a self-invented aristocrat, a social snob, a dandy who hated contact with the rest of the human race and a man totally without loyalty to his fellow Polish exiles. Schumann, I guess, is fine. Sokolov should not have left the stage, separating himself from the attendees after the Schumann in the usual artist's self aggrandizing gesture. If he needed a rest or some distance in between the 2 parts of the concert, he might have spoken a few words to the attendees, in a manner to exalt the beauty and value of music in the enhancement of our lives - how music can serve the cause of universal love and peace among nations. But no wisdom was evident here, in the engineering of this program - unfortunately. Oh well - I guess this is the way things go - maybe I am too idealistic...The concert was great though - Sokolov was in top form (except for those constant pointillistic jabbing gestures he always employs in his playing). I just never got used to it...Barbara Trachtenberg3 个月 前@Hans Mahr I so agree that music should be available to us. Humans are flawed in general. We ourselves know the human condition if/when we have insight. This NY Times piece on Barenboim's choosing to perform Wagner says this well: www.nytimes.com/2001/07/09/world/playing-a-bit-of-wagner-sets-off-an-uproar-in-israel.htmlParoles et Musique4 个月 前What an idiot comment. The true nature of a musician reveals through his music, not on hazardous gossips on what he did or what people guessed he thought. Chopin is universal, his music transcends stupid politics and woke degeneracy.Hipolit4 个月 前what an idiot u are? to share a politics (in 19 century!) with Chopin's music? anti simitism even doesnt exist then u dumbHans Mahr4 个月 前If performers based their musical decisions on the personal views or flaws of the composers they play we'd be in trouble. Quite a lot of them were unpleasant or had stupid opinions. Thankfully, their music is free from their flaws and we can continue enjoying it.Michael Seberich4 个月 前Thank you for you kind words, there had to be a pause fore the cameras changing memory cards. He exeeded by far lenght protocols so the only way was doing it like this.Claudine Russo4 个月 前Beautiful environmental tonality Love your conceptsFriedrich Poeschel4 个月 前Schumann still inspires new pieces today, like this one from 2018 cnglobal.info/faq/yYmoh4fGgJ6qpcw/sh-p-n.htmlCuratica C4 个月 前One of the greats.S L4 个月 前I could never thank Maestro Sokolov enough for his music, so instead I'll thank CNglobal for preserving/recommending such glorious programme.Piotrek ELO4 个月 前Shame there were so few people in the room.Highinsight74 个月 前BUT... they had the good sense to video record it and share it with us... THANK GOODNESS!!!!Piotrek ELO4 个月 前sensational.Mike Daniels4 个月 前I hope the money was good enuff for a genius to waste his time on a couple of bored Rothschild globalist lackays who would have rather been at an Elton John concert rather than enduring a boring Schumann program boring them even more than they were already, wanna bet? Happy to see the maestro without that idiotic mask crap though.Arsentiy Kharitonov4 个月 前I guess, politicians bureaucrats don't like music. Only a handful of 3-4 people in the audience . what a shame. what has happened to the cultured europe?! :(Leszek Krzeminski4 个月 前Oddly low attendance.Leszek Krzeminski4 个月 前@Hans Mahr Hinweis: Bericht-KM4-Corona-1_geschw%C3%A4rzt.pdfLeszek Krzeminski4 个月 前@Hans Mahr Find the evidence yourself, there are enough of them. I feel sorry for individuals like you, ending any discussion with invectives. I am sorry to say that you are one of the poor victims of globalist disinformation. I find further discussion pointless.Hans Mahr4 个月 前@Leszek Krzeminski Of course, idiots like you always think you're free thinkers but in reality you just repeat some bullshit you've read on Facebook or some conspiracy website. I actually get my information about Covid from scientific papers and research done by people who know their shit. I also know doctors who work in hospitals, I guess they're all lying. Maybe you have some evidence to back up your claim? Would be interested to see it.Leszek Krzeminski4 个月 前@Hans Mahr I'll turn a blind eye to your rude hint. On the merits, yes, there is no pandemic. And it is not a question of faith, but a fact. As for the logic of my speech, it is impeccable: you are not going to argue that your neighbor's death is evidence of a pandemic? You are clearly uninformed and overly prone to lecturing others. Instead of repeating propaganda clichés, start thinking for yourself.Hans Mahr4 个月 前@Leszek Krzeminski You don't seem to distinguish between what's going on in your brain and reality. Your statement made no sense. What exactly do you believe? That the pandemic doesn't actually exist? That the more than 2 million people that have died worldwide didn't actually die? That every single hospital doctor and nurse is imagining that their intensive care units are full of Covid cases? If you truly believe that you're a moron.Jonathan Burroughs4 个月 前A rare and venerable talent. He ranks among the pantheon of the great classical pianists of our century.Борис Шалагінов4 个月 前Чудо! Нельзя оторваться!Beatrix Wildemann4 个月 前The best one!!!Martijn Willers4 个月 前So lovely to see and hear the maestro again, and in such a wonderful program! Unique as always, one of a kind. For me, it's not a matter of agreeing with the interpretation. I'm just thankful that we can witness his way of playing. He is such a special musical thinker! Thank you for uploading. And those happy few in the hall: I guess you will never forget this!Caleb Law4 个月 前Sokolov is a great pianist but his style doesn't fit well with Chopin Polonaise. Polonaise is dance music and Sokolov's playing is serious and slower than usual. It lacks the flow that makes the music special. Sokolov just made these pieces refine artworks, which are beautiful but not the type of Chopin Polonaise that I like. Rubinstein and Pollini are the bestopus 1114 个月 前I recommend listening to his older recordings on CNglobal, op.44 in particular. It's full of epicness. he is now 70yrs old, so there are changes in his interpretation and agility. Lately he seems to keep a very slow and steady pace with tempo, but throughout his career he has always put tone over tempo, so you have a fair point on that. along with his crisp tone and his yet mighty control of individual notes he still shines in contrapuntal music.bjorn viir4 个月 前his version of the f sharp minor is too slow and very unexciting.Rupert Austin4 个月 前I disagree - he plays them very beautifully and I love the slower more serious approach he uses. While the polonaise is a dance, Chopin took the dance and made it his own pianistic art form. He did the same with the waltz; you would not consider dancing to a Chopin waltz. Instead he made his own beautiful pianistic creations that were inspired by the waltz dance.Alfonso Murdl4 个月 前Der große Meister ......Happy Museum4 个月 前Schumann's Fugue! I've not listened it before. That No.1 and 4 is so beautiful.. Thanks for sharing!Simone Radesca4 个月 前WowJun Kumazawa4 个月 前I’m glad to hear that you discovered the beauty of Schumann’s Fugues. His late piano works like Gesänge der Frühe (Op. 133) and Geistervariationen (WoO 24) are underrated and not played much. I hope you’ll give it a listen! I always deeply moved...Ale Gal4 个月 前Grazie Maestro.Carmen Aballí4 个月 前Muy interesante escucharle, muchas gracias por tanto trabajo bien hecho.Carmen Aballí4 个月 前@Jun Kumazawa me parece un grandisimo músico Y qué lástima que haya tampoco público para un tan gran conciertoJun Kumazawa4 个月 前¡Gracias también por tus comentarios! ☺️Radovan Lorkovic4 个月 前Dafür die As Dur Polonaise endlich differenziert ausgestaltet. Wunderbar!Radovan Lorkovic4 个月 前Schumannfugen eine wunderbare Entdeckung, wunderbar gespielt. Die Bunten Blätter überinterpretiert. Es ist schlichter gemeint. Weniger wäre mehr.Dmitry Morozov4 个月 前Vielleicht würden Sie uns Vorspielen wie man die richtig interpretiert? Und wir werden zuhörenSH Jung4 个月 前What a beautiful performance!James Taylor4 个月 前It's SO shameful that the world best pianist alive only performed for a handful of bureaucrats ( a lot of them are corrupted) of an international organization.Jnov4 个月 前This! When I saw your comment, I thought I wrote this. You must be me. I love Maestro though, couldn't enjoy much.glenngouldification4 个月 前@Hans Mahr You are right on. The sad thing is that his political supporters are doubling down. Things are going to get worse. This bastard was successful in carrying out Putin’s agenda because his only personal economic salvation will come from his friends in Russia.Hans Mahr4 个月 前Trump is probably the most corrupt president in American history. The amount of money he must have made during his term must be staggering. He had diplomats and other officials stay at his hotels, paying normal prices, the secret service too. He violated the emoluments clause of the constitution pretty much every day. He lied more than any president in history, literally tens of thousands of lies while he was in office, starting with the attendance numbers at his inauguration (revealing his vanity and his narcissism) and ending with the lie that the election was stolen from him (a claim with zero evidence that was thrown out by judges in more than 60 lawsuits). He turned his followers into mindless drones believing every word he says, thinking he can do no wrong. An authoritarian personality cult. But as we know, he has always liked authoritarian leaders, Putin for example, what a great guy. Oh and of course there's Trump's reaction to Covid. 'Don't worry, it's harmless, it will go away.' He did absolutely nothing and sabotaged people like Fauci who wanted to deal with the crisis. The result: 433000 dead Americans and counting. Truly a great leader. Whoever still supports Trump is a moron. Brainwashed by Fox News, OAN and a compulsive liar and con-man. I almost pity you, you've lost your grip on reality, it's quite sad.glenngouldification4 个月 前@Crystal Ma He loves it enough to organize an armed assault on its Capital causing 5 deaths and attempt to overthrow democracy. Doing Putin’s dirty work every day for 4 years. He was and is a HORROR !!!glenngouldification4 个月 前@James Taylor So from now on Presidents can incite and direct supporters to break into Congress causing death ?Peter Lemken4 个月 前Great! 720p high definition video - and a one channel monaural audio track, technology from 80 years ago. Sad.Hisashi Nakajima3 个月 前@Michael Seberich Lissajous is 45-dgree straight line, indicating a mono signal was fed to left and right channels evenly before uploading.Michael Seberich4 个月 前its the uploadingJames Taylor4 个月 前It's a FREE concert for those bureaucrats, they don't care.Ursina Boehm - passionate piano player4 个月 前So beautiful! What a great pianist! I hope to listen to him in May in Paris (if the concert is not cancelled again). Thanks a lot for posting this!Benjamin Feldman4 个月 前A high priest of the piano.Highinsight74 个月 前certainly in my TOP ten of all time!Николай Горбушин4 个月 前Григорий Соколов - сокровище мировой культуры!Николай Горбушин4 个月 前@James Taylor Вины в этом самого пианиста нет. Все претензии к организаторам этого мероприятия.James Taylor4 个月 前Absolutely, the best pianist still alive today, sadly only a few attendees. If I was him, I would refuse to play regardless, it's an insult.Mark Isaacs4 个月 前A master.gyth0014 个月 前@James Taylor Having heard all of Sokolovs records and attended 15 of his recitals I would not be surprised if your proposition could include those who are not alive any longer too.Highinsight74 个月 前@James Taylor I second the motion...!James Taylor4 个月 前Yes, the best pianist still alive.Надежда Богданова5 个月 前Больше Спасибо!!! 23.01.2021.James Taylor4 个月 前Sadly, only a few attendees.