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Trois grandes etudes pour les mains separees et reunies: etude no. 3
 
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Trois grandes etudes pour les mains separees et reunies: etude no. 3

1 Dec. 2012 | Format: MP3

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5:16
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  • Original Release Date: 1 Dec. 2012
  • Release Date: 1 Dec. 2012
  • Label: Piano Classics
  • Copyright: 2012 Piano Classics
  • Duration: 5:16 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00B9OII3C
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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To be 20 ids enough in itself and then, never mind. As long as you are 20 you can gallop and gallop again along the road of discovery. You will always find something to stop you, even to arrest you, and you will contemplate it for a while. And he is multi-rhythmic with each hand having their own tempos, till the left hand tells the right hand to slow down and maybe contemplate. The right hand obeys and a silence precedes the contemplation during which the left hand is trying to follow but can't really, to the point of stopping completely and the right hand can start trotting along the pleasure that contemplation is bringing to it. What on earth can that right hand be contemplating. The left hand is providing some slow tempo and the right hand, once finished contemplating, goes back to its galloping like a deranged frightened rat. And nothing will stop it for sure. The left hand just has to follow and try to build some kind of harmony that the right hand evades any time it wants. It is really a good thing to be 20. You can do more or less what you want and fully follow any folly at all.

To be 30 is a lot more dramatic. You have aged and you have done plenty of things but you have nothing left on your hands, except maybe some blood if you have gone to war. You can try to gallop again but you are not able to do that anymore So you start brooding, plotting, demanding, requiring, requesting from any one and any lord of this earth and life to give you what you can't get all by yourself because you are now a middle age man and that is not good to go flirting with the wind of sexual desire. But Faust is not far away. So let's ask him for guidance. He has the key to the door to Mephistopheles' fortress and temple. And for sure you can get what you want.
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