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From the artist: "I had hesitated a long time before recording another album featuring Fryderyk Chopin's music. I did not want to make it in a hurry, knowing that I would have to make numerous choices, e.g. regarding the selection of the repertoire itself; I also knew that I needed space and time to reflect on the final result. Paradoxically, it was the pandemic, which paralyzed the concert life for a few months, that created this space. Consequently, after many years, I was able to spend a few weeks with Chopin's music all by myself and enjoy it's beauty in peace. I realized that it was this rare moment of reflection that I had been waiting for; a moment thanks to which I would be able to critically evaluate my own interpretations without the time pressure usually associated with such a process."
From the artist: "I had hesitated a long time before recording another album featuring Fryderyk Chopin's music. I did not want to make it in a hurry, knowing that I would have to make numerous choices, e.g. regarding the selection of the repertoire itself; I also knew that I needed space and time to reflect on the final result. Paradoxically, it was the pandemic, which paralyzed the concert life for a few months, that created this space. Consequently, after many years, I was able to spend a few weeks with Chopin's music all by myself and enjoy it's beauty in peace. I realized that it was this rare moment of reflection that I had been waiting for; a moment thanks to which I would be able to critically evaluate my own interpretations without the time pressure usually associated with such a process."
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Artist: Chopin / Szlezer
Format: CD
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From the artist: "I had hesitated a long time before recording another album featuring Fryderyk Chopin's music. I did not want to make it in a hurry, knowing that I would have to make numerous choices, e.g. regarding the selection of the repertoire itself; I also knew that I needed space and time to reflect on the final result. Paradoxically, it was the pandemic, which paralyzed the concert life for a few months, that created this space. Consequently, after many years, I was able to spend a few weeks with Chopin's music all by myself and enjoy it's beauty in peace. I realized that it was this rare moment of reflection that I had been waiting for; a moment thanks to which I would be able to critically evaluate my own interpretations without the time pressure usually associated with such a process."
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