|Rudolf Buchbinder, born 1946, Vienna, Austria|
Sunday, July 20, 2014
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Thank you for posting this selection, FT.
And...in that last portion, just look at the joy on Buchbinder's face!ReplyDelete
He's also fully engaged with the orchestra.ReplyDelete
I've never heard that cadenza played so well!ReplyDelete
Even with my limited appreciation of Classical music and with my tin ear I can certainly tell that this is beautiful music. Culture and music as it was and ought to be again.ReplyDelete
In stark contrast stands the "eat shit" (as you cited below) served up by the purveyors of today's pop-culture. The polar opposite of beauty and elegance.
Not sure if this would be considered an "anti-concept" representing the opposite of what culture and music might be and ought to be. What would the world be like if it was programmed to accept anti-concepts in place of original perceptions of reality accepted over the last couple of centuries? Could be that we are already there, IMO.