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Aside from that, the sheer number of notes and pen strokes a composer had to make has always been amazing to me, requiring boundless energy and persistence,   That's back when they didn't have computers and music notation software, too.  That it took months and years is no surprise, but it also indicates how much the composer had to carry in (almost always) his head and how much the composer had to HEAR in his head to then know what notes to put down, make the harmony make sense, keep orchestral balances, etc. etc.  Schumann as much as anyone.

 

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10 minutes ago, Ceptorman said:

Very impressive. A beautiful woman with a lot of talent on the piano.

 

Did the conductor have that look on his face saying...."you guys keep your eyes on the sheet of music"!

Lol,  there could have been few bum notes during rehearsals. 

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Very Nice Piano,

 I watched one of the follow up video's on the utube screen which followed, where a Brazilian pianist had a stuck pedal, and the stage hands rolled her piano to the stage elevator, and she kept playing the entire time, even while she went under the stage, and didn't seem to miss a note moving to a better piano and coming back up on stage, on the elevator platform, rolling over to the middle of the stage, still playing.... incredible also ...

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That's really awesome. I'm personally looking for a digital piano as we need a portable unit. I think Yamaha P45 Digital Piano it is one of the best digital piano on the market (read review on https://pickmypiano.com/best-digital-piano-500-usd/ ). You can easily connect your music device to this piano with the use of the auxiliary input port and the sound will come out of the digital piano’s speakers. This is great for when you want to play along to a pre-recorded track at the same volume as the piano.

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