Klarinet Archive - Posting 000462.txt from 2010/11
From: "=?iso-8859-1?Q?sarah=20elbaz?=" <sarah@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] =?iso-8859-1?q?Sabine_Meyer?=
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 01:40:37 -0500
This is a very good example, because if I wanted to listen to violin Jasha =
Heifetz would be my last choice. =
Listen to this- it's not formal, the violin is singing and Bach sounds like=
a poem :-)
but this is a matter of taste , of course, I felt that the discussion about=
Sabine Meyer had more than taste.
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Kevin Fay <kevin.fay.home@-----.net>
> To: 'The Klarinet Mailing List' <klarinet@-----.com>
> Subject: Re: [kl] Sabine Meyer
> Sent: 27 Nov '10 05:47
> and most people think that this clarinetist is great (and I agree)
> When I wrote convincing I meant that I belive that her movements are
> sincere, I don't think that it's a show for the audiance.=A0=A0You can't=
> Spend some time on Google.=A0=A0*Lots* of folks thought Lennie's histrio=
> were a bit over the top.
> I don't mind so much if a conductor dances for the audience instead of
> assisting the musicians (their one and only true function) - great
> orchestras don't need that much help, at least for pieces firmly in the
> canon.=A0=A0After all, no one ever hears a conductor.
> For musicians - the people actually producing the sounds we like to hear=
> find excess movement to be an affectation, taking away from the performa=
> Since we're quoting Youtube, I'll aver that anything more than this is
> Of course, this is an instrument that *requires* some movement to produce
> tone.=A0=A0Clarinet, no.
> There are a pile of masterclasses by JH on Youtube.=A0=A0We can learn a =
> viewing them.
> IMHO, of course.
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