Chopin: Sonata No.3 in B Minor, Op.58 (Fialkowska, Kissin)

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    Ashish Xiangyi KumarAshish Xiangyi Kumar

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    Even among Chopin's late works, the Op.58 stands out as a work whose greatness is particularly hard to parse. It is characterised, especially in the first movement, by contrapuntal complexity, subtle motivic linkages that derive from the shape of melodic lines (see how 0:50 anticipates 1:33), and harmonic density; in the hands of a pianist whose grasp of its architecture and densely argued thematicism is anything less than perfect it comes across as oddly unproportioned. Chopin makes some bold structural decisions in the work: in the first movement's recapitulation, for example, Chopin nearly leaves out the first theme entirely, because it has been so aggressively explored in the development section (in passages that come close to being the best Chopin ever wrote), and because it resolves the long-term instability that the first theme group sets up. This sonata also features, in its last two movements, some of Chopin's most inspired textures: the third movement is a nocturne that sits right up there with the Arietta of B.’s Op.111 as an archetype of the transcendental/spiritual in music; and the fourth is a huge, exuberant, sonata-rondo, exhaled in a single breath, whose great technical challenges are almost easy to ignore because the whole movement sounds so damn good.
    MVT I - Allegro Maestoso
    EXPOSITION
    00:00 - Theme Group 1, Theme 1 (Note that the contour of the first two bars, including the upbeat, is motivically linked to the Theme Group 2, Theme 1)
    00:37 - TG1, T2
    00:50 - TG1, T3. Canonically anticipating TG2, T1
    01:10 - TG1, T4, cadential theme
    01:33 - TG2, T1
    02:20 - TG2, T2
    02:52 - TG2, T3
    03:23 - TG2, T4, cadential theme (Note motif in bass at 4:11, “closing motif”)
    DEVELOPMENT
    04:16 - Development of closing motif + TG1, T1. Note extensive use of counterpoint
    04:56 - Sequential treatment of TG1, T1
    05:09 - TG2, T2 in Db, then Eb
    05:57 - Spare, imitative contrapuntal treatment of TG2, T2, building in intensity
    06:21 - TG1, T4
    RECAPUTILATION
    06:41 - TG2(!), in B. Note how Chopin changes numerous rhythmic/melodic details throughout the recap
    09:15 - Codetta
    MVT II, Scherzo: Molto vivace
    09:41 - Scherzo (Note the structural link between with the trio in the melodic outline in RH of the first two bars of the scherzo - it mirrors the top voice of the trio)
    10:17 - Trio
    11:51 - Scherzo
    MVT III, Largo
    12:28 - Introduction
    12:52 - A Section
    14:13 - Transition
    14:56 - B Section. A beautiful section, improvisation-like, intricately voiced, with a theme like a plagal embrace built around the notes of the tonic triad
    18:31 - Transition
    19:22 - A Section, with decoration
    20:02 - Transition
    20:38 - Coda
    MVT IV, Finale: Presto ma non tanto
    21:37 - Introduction
    21:46 - A Section [triplets]. Note that the opening melody’s movement from the F# to D is based on contour of m.2-3 in Mvt 1
    22:29 - B/1 Section
    22:53 - B/2 Section
    23:16 - A Section [4/3 polythythm]
    24:02 - B/1 Section. Note the use of the enharmonic D#/Eb switch, already used extensively in the Scherzo
    24:27 - B/2 Section, with a dramatic extension at 24:42 to move back into B min
    25:07 - A Section [Semiquavers]. Note how the melody is now unadorned, for a more brutal, direct presentation
    25:58 - Coda

Ashish Xiangyi Kumar
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

Fialkowska: 00:00 – Mvt 1 09:41 – Mvt 2 12:28 – Mvt 3 21:37 – Mvt 4 Kissin: 26:40 – Mvt 1 36:22 – Mvt 2 39:06 – Mvt 3 49:19 – Mvt 4 I've heard many good recordings of the Op.58, and some with great individual movements, but there are very few recordings I'm familiar with which are totally and miraculously satisfying. Fialkowska and Kissin take very different approaches to resolving the knotty interpretative challenges the work. Fialkowska plays with stunning clarity and vigour, with crystalline touch and fine dynamic control, whereas Kissin approaches this more personally: his rubato is intense, his scales glittering and heady, the melodic arches perfectly balanced, and the Largo utterly still, poised, uplifting, with not a trace of superficiality.

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Orion Nash
Orion Nash

You have a great way of writing about music!

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Miguel Angel Corimanya
Miguel Angel Corimanya

No

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Vittu Harkonnen
Vittu Harkonnen

@Rees-Mogg for PM Marta Sosińska is genius.

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Valentina Lemiakina
Valentina Lemiakina

@Qwerty Fox в чьем исполнении Вы бы посоветовали послушать это произведение ?

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Qwerty Fox
Qwerty Fox

Одна пустая техника. Больше ничего.

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sky cloud
sky cloud

It's a very beautiful. I would be grateful if you uploaded the version of Cho Seong-jin.

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ツNitron
ツNitron

0:27

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이승현
이승현

54:28

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Phi Linh
Phi Linh

25:07 hits different

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AIR-piano
AIR-piano

26:40

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AIR-piano
AIR-piano

21:37 4

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MICAELR
MICAELR

36:56

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miguel pereira
miguel pereira

0:50

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roomforlove
roomforlove

Dont feel connected to Fialkowska, have tried many times.

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John Phillips
John Phillips

1:33 I used to think the lyrical section of Scherzo No.2 was beautiful

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Eyelll
Eyelll

because it really is

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raftom
raftom

Fialkowska's Largo is so exquisite, it's like a dream.

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Smikkelbeer
Smikkelbeer

53:59

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M S
M S

Kissin!!

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Lucyna Borowska
Lucyna Borowska

Mogę słuchać bez końca

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Vécio Nandes
Vécio Nandes

The clarity of Fialkowska is astonishing!!!

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Clive Marks
Clive Marks

Goggles

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Shrinidhi Prakash
Shrinidhi Prakash

53:04 what fantastic bass voicing

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Shrinidhi Prakash
Shrinidhi Prakash

2:36 what a wonderful moment for mankind

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johannsebastienbach
johannsebastienbach

So chromatic

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상감마마미워요
상감마마미워요

나는 희빈 장씨니라 꺄아하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하

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Vivian Tristesse
Vivian Tristesse

As a kid, I didn't like this piece and didn't know it was by Chopin. I find that so odd now.

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Leonid Zubkovskiy
Leonid Zubkovskiy

Кисуля (как я его называю) вот здесь написал, что любит Санкт-Петербург - http://os.colta.ru/music_classic/names/details/10510/ Примерно в 2009 году мне нашли все его концерты на потом вот здесь - http://www.kissin.dk/concerts.html Я знаю, что Кисуля в Москве играл в 2009 году, но с тех пор сначала написали во всех концертах, что один концерт Кисуля в Москве будет играть, но потом этот концерт именно в Москве почему-то убрали во всех концертах, значит его почему-то отменили. И с тех пор Кисуля в Москве почему-то больше не играл несмотря на то, что Кисуля в ютюбе сказал, что будет чаще в Москву приезжать. Только 8 сентября 2017 года Кисуля в Москве играл, а в Санкт-Петербургe 14 декабря 2017 года. С тех пор как мне нашли все его концерты - в Санкт-Петербургe до 14 декабря 2017 года ни одного концерта у него не было. А потом на этот раз не отменили Кисулин концерт в Москве 8 сентября 2017 года. Кстати он сочинил квартет для четырёх инструментoв, но фортепьяно в этом квартете почему-то нет, мы хотели его послушать, но в компьютере мы этот квартет почему-то не нашли.

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Leonid Zubkovskiy
Leonid Zubkovskiy

Домашний телефон Евгения Кисина в городе Нью-Йорк (я его называю Кисуля, я с ним учился) - 212 - 580 - 5296.

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朱冠曄
朱冠曄

14:55

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Олена Сьомка
Олена Сьомка

I listen Fialkowska and think - it`s ceiling, i hear Kissin and understand - it`s sky... but my heart choose Largo in Fialkowska`s interpretation

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Thu Hà Đỗ
Thu Hà Đỗ

Oh , the second movement is so beautiful .

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Ella
Ella

와..첫마디 나오자마자 왜 ㅇ ㅏ.... 이런탄식이 나올까..

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Sam A.
Sam A.

Richter was correct... first movement exposition repeat is an absolute MUST, omitting it and diving right into the development completely ruins the structure of the movement but so many pianists do it for some reason. Oh well

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

0:37 sounds like Joy to the World but it's Chopin lol

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Donald Allen
Donald Allen

Ashish -- when was the Fialkowska recorded? It's pretty stunning playing. I'm curious to know if this was after the cancer in her left arm. If so, she's returned to full form with a vengeance. That last movement is a technical bear, just exhausting unless you are a virtuoso like these two pianists, or Cortot or Lipatti or Rubinstein.

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Jian Cai
Jian Cai

Why Chopin sonata not famous?

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Jian Cai
Jian Cai

I really don't like this pease.

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Jian Cai
Jian Cai

Melody beautiful?

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Bob Schaaf
Bob Schaaf

Those mordents in the scherzo! Who the hell does this Chopin think he is?

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my- self
my- self

I listened to a lot of sonatas today I'm gonna listen to Liszt Sonata in B minor after I finish this

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my- self
my- self

@Isaac Anwar Watts 5 beethoven Sonatas and Chopins 3 Piano Sonatas and His Cello Snata In G minor Op.65 and His Piano Trio Op.8

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Isaac Anwar Watts
Isaac Anwar Watts

How many?

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Zuhair Bakdoud
Zuhair Bakdoud

Oh my God! I am so delighted to hear someone say this about the 3rd sonata of the Godly Chopin!! Everything Chopin wrote was extremely emotional, whereby the emotion may be melancholy or pure fury with utter beauty. I totally lose myself when I listen to Chopin. Just imagine what the universe would have won in music, if Chopin had lived to the age of the late 70’s with strong health!!! But no, he was to leave this world, in agonizingly super-lousy health, and at the stingily low age of only 39 years....

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Smikkelbeer
Smikkelbeer

I agree, I'm totally addicted to Chopin's later works. What a shame he died so young.

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Frédéric François Chopin
Frédéric François Chopin

❤️

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Pocnit
Pocnit

43:00

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* stella
* stella

出だしから素晴らしい。 心が動く。

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W0lfman0
W0lfman0

Kissin’s performance is breathtaking.

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John Phillips
John Phillips

Coda of the last movement sounds a lot like the coda of Scherzo 2

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Nicolas Alexandre Messina 19.06.1975
Nicolas Alexandre Messina 19.06.1975

Pourquoi pas la reprise ?

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Jules tartatin
Jules tartatin

Car c’est un peu trop longs après

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Aleksandar Tepeš
Aleksandar Tepeš

0:27

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Vᅦ또벤
Vᅦ또벤

띠리리리 삑-

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Aldo Mendoza
Aldo Mendoza

719,999 views

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Orlando Gonzalez
Orlando Gonzalez

Pure genius! How did he do this? Inspired by God...

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Paranoid Android17
Paranoid Android17

It boggles my mind how Chopin was able to create such masterfully crafted music. I'm a musician but I couldn't dream of composition talent like this.

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Radiohead Slowed
Radiohead Slowed

Dude radiohead AND chopin fan ily

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Stephen Rose
Stephen Rose

Your timestamps helped me understand this piece in a way I wouldn’t have easily accessed otherwise. Thank you

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Alvaro Jiménez
Alvaro Jiménez

Immediately subscribed. Came here for the score plus the recording but stayed for the many insightful comments on this mammoth of a piece.

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Nicolas Alexandre Messina 19.06.1975
Nicolas Alexandre Messina 19.06.1975

7,4 K likes. Bravo Chopin. I hope that in the future people will prefer your videos than stupid videos of cats.

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salamandra
salamandra

He escuchado varias interpretaciones de varios pianistas. Esta interpretacion de Kissin es mejor de todo. Estupendo !!!

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Lady of Shalott
Lady of Shalott

Si, de las mejores.

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salamandra
salamandra

KIssin es gran pianista e inte'rprete de larga vida como Rubinstein.

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Ramastic
Ramastic

ngl, the fingering is absolutely disgusting...

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Tom SwiftyPhilo
Tom SwiftyPhilo

does it feel to anyone else that they're slowing the trio down, making a weird logical break between scherzo and trio?

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JuanRamonSilva
JuanRamonSilva

Anyone else notice how remarkably similar the two pianos sound a like. Not only that but the pianists play in a similar tempo. This make it much easier to compare little nuances that are not affected by piano sound quality.

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EL CID
EL CID

I don't know if this is coincidence, but the A section of the fourth movement eerily resembles a sequence in Padre Antonio Soler's Sonata 23.

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Chris Blackwell
Chris Blackwell

Fialkowska absolutely Fialkowska!!!

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Partho Roy
Partho Roy

As always, you find the best recordings. One of my favorite pieces from my college days

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amogus ?
amogus ?

Reminds me of beethoven 101 and late beethoven sonatas in general

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Scherzina productions
Scherzina productions

I agree! 4:18 sounds like Chopin took directly the inspiration from the fugato in Beethoven's op 111! He made the feeling though more of wonder, in contrary to Beethoven who did it more directly.

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reign hard
reign hard

bruh the part around 11:55 sounds like The Fountain by Karl Bohm

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Scherzina productions
Scherzina productions

Lol

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Anthony C
Anthony C

Can someone give some tips.. although kissin is a professional and hes the best of the best, how does he play live yet no mistakes? Any tips on playing less mistakes live because i have an upcoming playing and i have a hard time playing without mistakes

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Smikkelbeer
Smikkelbeer

He's on another level

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Piano Mastery
Piano Mastery

I have all the methods and strategies from the best pianist composers in the world. Write me in private at crescenzoverde@yahoo.it.

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petroglyph888 McGregor
petroglyph888 McGregor

Best wishes

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Manu Petaia
Manu Petaia

Chopin b minor > Liszt b minor

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Mehdi Javanfar
Mehdi Javanfar

"An affirmation of lyric heroism and unusual nobility, the sonata in B minor, Op. 58 presents the performer with many problems of tempo, phrasing, and pedaling. Although composed in 1844, at moments it seems a 'late' romantic work." John Ogdon, English pianist, and composer, 1937-1989.

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shawn parker
shawn parker

i dont know if it is a coincidence that the b minor sonata shows up on my you tube page as i was practicing the largo section yestereday on my smart phone recorder so ............................. this sonata has a lot of power over my emotions and memores as for reason i get a lot of memories of the time i spent in paris namely at the louvre and many recalls of time spent in turkey truly amazing

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shawn parker
shawn parker

of course no where near the performance of this one bjut -was practicing the largo section and recorded it on my smartphone and here it is it happens all the time - so at least am getting some feedback

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NintendianaJones64
NintendianaJones64

Rhythmic mistake at 39:54?

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Smikkelbeer
Smikkelbeer

Sounds good to me Except for the disgusting cough lol

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Do Not Reply
Do Not Reply

My fucking fingers hurt looking at this

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Lorena Gabriela
Lorena Gabriela

Omg, the second movimento is so beautiful

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csdrew22
csdrew22

17:19 op. 49?

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Екатерина Матюкова
Екатерина Матюкова

THANK YOU!

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Xingyi Betty Chen
Xingyi Betty Chen

Absolutely stunning. I have so much love towards this piece and it's just beyond my expression.. the spaces between the notes, its colors and the passion embedded in the music (especially in the third movement) simply melt my heart. It's like having a glimpse to eternity. I am dissolving into this music.

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Derek Wang
Derek Wang

lalalalalalalalalalalalalalala

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Noah Limlengco
Noah Limlengco

"a glimpse into eternity" is by far the best description of this piece i've ever heard.

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jfg
jfg

A

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S. Wang
S. Wang

23:07 Beethoven sonata no.7

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Silas Kunkel
Silas Kunkel

Where?

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Anthony C
Anthony C

Why does kissin skip the first ending of the first movement.

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Jf Cajot
Jf Cajot

M4 AAA

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FL2070
FL2070

boring

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Ludwig Galaxy
Ludwig Galaxy

FL2070 you got me lol

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Ludwig Galaxy
Ludwig Galaxy

FL2070 oh...

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FL2070
FL2070

@Ludwig Galaxy you have been trolled, check the playlists on my channel

Vor 10 Monate
Ludwig Galaxy
Ludwig Galaxy

FL2070 so, not even listening to classical music and thinking it’s bad

Vor 10 Monate
FL2070
FL2070

@Ludwig Galaxy no

Vor 10 Monate
Miguel Fontes Meira
Miguel Fontes Meira

Chopin uses the motif of Theme 1 (the four descending notes) to close the first movement. I love these cyclic connections!

Vor 10 Monate
spiderwebb222
spiderwebb222

Virtually all of my favourite movement/piece endings incorporate some aspect of the thematic material into the final cadence. It's so much more interesting when it's not just "here's a perfect cadence to finish things off"

Vor 2 Monate
Ludwig Galaxy
Ludwig Galaxy

I never noticed that!

Vor 10 Monate
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

Didn't notice that at all, but now it seems so obvious!

Vor 10 Monate
alain spiteri
alain spiteri

op58-3 is not a " wonderfull sonata " no only a virtuoso clear sonority beautiful piano very far from meticulous pianist : Grandioso op 58 near of orchestra composition , above notes often dramatic piece , no many pianists play op-58 2 here there are good pianists ; only two sonatas is perhaps better than 32 it-s personnal for me mostly op35-2 is the great sonata of piano in front ot Lizts , sonatas of Chopin are fabulous in front of all composers by the soul of a all of a life . J don't talk about rhe two pianists mostly Kissin with a Notoriety more important than the talent often in the world of piano .

Vor 11 Monate
Martin Smith
Martin Smith

Just before the end, Kissin finds a hidden inner tune in the Alto that nobody seems to have spotted before - just 4 or 5 notes

Vor 11 Monate
Scherzina productions
Scherzina productions

Yes timestamp please

Vor 10 Monate
Alex Gu
Alex Gu

Martin Smith hmm could you provide a timestamp

Vor 10 Monate
Simón Prêcheur Llarena
Simón Prêcheur Llarena

53:03 that chromatic line

Vor 11 Monate
Arieonte Campbell
Arieonte Campbell

Amen 🙏🏾

Vor 11 Monate
JJ W
JJ W

2:17 The way that Chopin resolves the cadence in four different octaves of the same F# sounds absolutely exquisite

Vor 11 Monate
marsfuture
marsfuture

Blimey, did poor Kissin have to perform at the Corona hospital ward? The amount of coughing and noise from the audience during the Largo (Mvt 3) is unreal...

Vor 11 Monate
Tucán Pico Grande
Tucán Pico Grande

Are there any hints???

Vor 11 Monate
Robby Dyer
Robby Dyer

Moiseiwitsch: Best Mvt 1.

Vor year
Love of boss
Love of boss

La musique et forte

Vor year
alain spiteri
alain spiteri

Grandioso op58 !

Vor 11 Monate
Samaritan
Samaritan

At 6:21 isn't it TG1 T4 instead of TG2 T4?

Vor year
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

Good spot - corrected!

Vor year
Tim Cergol
Tim Cergol

1:33 such beauty😍

Vor year
Jason Louie
Jason Louie

3:25 is breathtakingly beautiful

Vor year
코탐정명난
코탐정명난

1:34

Vor year
internetworld 1
internetworld 1

Fantastic

Vor year
Qwerty Fox
Qwerty Fox

√4- такую вещь испортит отвратительным исполнением, бездушно колотя по клавишам.🤦

Vor year
Qwerty Fox
Qwerty Fox

Когда Шопен писал это у него явно был бред. Болел бедненький.

Vor year
조준희
조준희

25:20 chromatic bass

Vor year
Lucas P
Lucas P

While listening to this whole etude, I fell in love with the Finale. It's so nice Edit: sorry I meant sonata

Vor year
GoofyOOFer
GoofyOOFer

its not an etude

Vor year
WorstPianist
WorstPianist

I really appreciate your effort in the description.

Vor year
조준희
조준희

1:33

Vor year
Shadewave909
Shadewave909

00:00-26:39 best part edit: crap forgot 26:40-49:19 that is also the best part

Vor year
hysterikal
hysterikal

incredible piece. ive been listening to leif ove andsnes playing this, he also plays it _very_ well. plus he plays repeats (why don't these two?)

Vor year
hysterikal
hysterikal

@Sam A. Yes, thats what im saying... Leif Ove Andsnes -> plays repeats -> good Kissin, Fialkowska -> don't play repeats -> why don't they its in the damn score

Vor 2 Monate
Sam A.
Sam A.

I disagree, there's a reason that in most pieces with an exposition repeat in the score the exposition is much shorter than the development section (usually around half as short). This deposition repeat then lends to a much greater level of contrast when the development section comes along. I understand many pianists have been omitting these exposition repeats even since recordings were first being made, but I wish they wouldn't!

Vor 2 Monate
orlandocfi
orlandocfi

hysterikal I’ve wondered the same thing...I always assumed pianists omit repeats in competition only, but I guess I was wrong! I actually prefer pieces played without repeats because it gets...repetitive...

Vor 11 Monate
ksharpminor
ksharpminor

Great channel and commentary. Suggestion: Would you be able to show your timestamped commentary about the pieces in the video so I can follow along as the comments happen?

Vor year

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