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כמה צלילים נכנסים לתיבה מוזיקלית? על פי הסולואים של דניאל זמיר (סקסופון סופרן) ועומרי מור (פסנתר) קרוב לאינסוף. הנגינה במהירות כזו היא וירטואוזיות כשלעצמה אבל לעשות זאת בצורה מוזיקלית זו כבר גאונות.
How many notes can be condenced into a musical bar? listenning to Daniel Zamir (soprano sax) and Omri Mor's (piano) solo playing - seems like indefinite.
The ability to create music (and not just play a bunch of notes as sometimes occurs) at this speed and condensity does not only reflect on virtuous skills, it implies geniousity


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Hey, yes, he's definately quating Bach here. And, yes, if you google this piece on youtube you'll come across a video from their live performance in which Omri seems to be almost making love to the piano while playing it. must admit I was a bit embarassed to post it here, thought it would be a bit too much but worth seeing.
נובמבר 08, 2017 19:51
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You make an interesting point. Often times soloists who play very fast will either 'noodle' up and down scales or rely on existing arpeggios or patterns. This can make the music sound bland and the listener tune out. Alternatively, if the soloist plays so far 'out' of the harmonic and melodic structure, the listener can become lost and the possibility of connecting with the music is cut off. Here, these two brilliant musicians give a master class in complexity and dexterity while maintaining the overall form. In addition to their tremendous technical expertise, each soloist creates tremendous drive pushing the music forward and is able to convey both its intellectual and emotional core. I felt like I was watching a bunch of brightly costumed dancers all swirling around each other until I could no longer distinguish one from the other. On a more technical point, I heard a lot of Bach in Omri Mor's solo. More like this please!
נובמבר 06, 2017 22:46