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http://www.pianosociety.com/ is hosting many of my performances, feel free to download and listen, and apologies in advance for all the wrong notes. koji
post #2 of 15
Thanks for the link Koji. I checked out the site and listened to several of your recordings. And I didn't hear a single wrong note.
post #3 of 15
WONDERFUL. I especially liked Ondine. Got Bartok? Kai
post #4 of 15
What? No third movement of the Op.27, No. 2 (Moonlight) Sonata? Jon.
post #5 of 15
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Sorry no Moonlight or Bartok (I love the etudes, sonata and piano concerti). koji
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That's ok, the Appassionata will do just fine . Thanks for the link. Jon.
post #7 of 15
Thanks for sharing the link.  What a wonderful project.  The Beethoven Sonata No. 30 has always been a favorite.  Music is always more enjoyable when you "know" the performer.  Molto bene.
post #8 of 15
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I would love to hear some of your playing; do you have a Brahms or Reger clarinet quintet out there? koji
post #9 of 15
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I would love to hear some of your playing; do you have a Brahms or Reger clarinet quintet out there? koji
I wish I did.  I do more teaching and conducting than playing the clarinet.  (I am conducting the Mozart Gran Partita with my students.)  Most of my performing is on the organ.  How about some chorale preludes from Bach's [/i]Orgelbuchlien[i]? 
post #10 of 15
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Play any Messiaen? koji
post #11 of 15
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Play any Messiaen? koji
One of my favorite composers.  I love the way he restricted his compositions within specified limits yet created such exotic beauty.  I can play some of his "easier" pieces--some of the meditations from "La Nativite".  The organ in our church is a 100 year old tracker built by German immigrants and is not suitable for the French romantics, although I often play Franck, Dupre, and Langlais.
post #12 of 15
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Love those French guys (you play the Variations on Noel), Widor too. koji
post #13 of 15
The Scarlatti is superb. Could you keep us up to date with future performances?
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Thank you. I'll try and get people appraised if I go on any extensive tours in the future (just barely missed meeting Steve B. and Andrew Harris in Berkely ) koji
post #15 of 15
Thracozaag, Just wanted to let you know that I downloaded your performances and am enjoying them immensely. Thank you very much, and keep up the good work.
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