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Ausgerechnet Ich book. Brendel isn A fascinating series of conversations with Alfred Brendel, the Austrian pianist who is probably best known for his recordings of Beethoven and Schubert.
Ausgerechnet Ich book. Brendel was not a child prodigy, he tells us, is not a great sight-reader, and was largely self-taught. It's always interesting to hear what the great pianists think are the great compositions, and the lesser compositions, the best and worst ways of playing, learning, and interpreting, and of course what they think of other pianists.
The definitive collection of Alfred Brendel's writings combines his two classic books, Musical thoughts and Afterthoughts and Music Sounded Out and also includes . Alfred Brendel - Ausgerechnet ich. Gespräche mit Martin Meyer. 2001 Carl Hanser Verlag, München.
The definitive collection of Alfred Brendel's writings combines his two classic books, Musical thoughts and Afterthoughts and Music Sounded Out and also includes new, previously unpublished essays. Since the 1950's, Brendel has been one of the most prolific recording artists in the world. And here, in one volume of his best work, he brings the clarity and originality of expression that characterize his performances to the printed page. Ausgerechnet ich. 2001, Ongakuno Tomo, translated by Kazuko Okamoto.
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Brendel, Alfred Alfred Brendel, 1931 in Wiesenberg/Nordmähren geboren, weltweit geschätzter Pianist, gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Interpreten er Musik des 20. Jahrhunderts. Als Schriftsteller ist er mit Essays und Gedichten hervorgetreten.
Translation of: Ausgerechnet ich. Originally published in German: Carl Hanser Verlag, c2001. Includes bibliographical references and index. Donor challenge: For only 4 more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.
A book of conversations with Martin Meyer, Ausgerechnet ich, was published in 2001, with the English version (2002) bearing the title, Me, of All People
A book of conversations with Martin Meyer, Ausgerechnet ich, was published in 2001, with the English version (2002) bearing the title, Me, of All People. This performance is co-produced by the Townsend Center for the Humanities and is made possible, in part, by Patron Sponsor Marie Bertillion Collins.
Alfred Brendel KBE (born 5 January 1931) is an Austrian pianist, poet and author, known particularly for his performances of Mozart, Schubert, Schoenberg, and especially Beethoven. Brendel was born in Wiesenberg, Czechoslovakia (now Loučná nad Desnou, Czech Republic) to a non-musical family. They moved to Zagreb, Yugoslavia (now Croatia), when Brendel was six and there he began piano lessons with Sofija Deželić.
Brendel, Alfred, Ausgerechnet ich Carl Hanser (Munich Germany), 2001, translation by Richard Stokes published as Me of All People: Alfred Brendel in Conversation with Martin Meyer, Cornell University Press (Ithaca, NY), 2002. Contemporary Musicians, Volume 23, Gale (Detroit, MI), 1999, pp. 50-53.
Alfred Brendel studied piano and composition in Zagreb and Graz .
Alfred Brendel studied piano and composition in Zagreb and Graz, completing his piano studies with Edwin Fischer, Paul Baumgartner and Eduard Steue. Besides music, literature has remained Alfred Brendel's foremost interest and second occupation.