Sorabji, beethoven, chopin, rachmaninoff
 

Sorabji, beethoven, chopin, rachmaninoff

    
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Sorabji, beethoven, chopin, rachmaninoff    17:22 on Wednesday, April 27, 2005
(Devi)
Who is better in terms of 1)musical creativity and composing and 2)Piano playing skill, song difficulty and complexity?
Chopin, Rachamninoff, beethoven or Sorabji?

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Re: Sorabji, beethoven, chopin, rachmaninoff    18:49 on Wednesday, April 27, 2005
(jen)
"Who is better in terms of 1)musical creativity and composing and 2)Piano playing skill, song difficulty and complexity?
Chopin, Rachamninoff, beethoven or Sorabji?"
I personally think its chopin... but its your own oppinion... weather you think a song is creative or complex or difficult... because diffrent people have diffrent talents and faults .... the reason I pic chopin is because all his workshas outstanding melodies and such... and usually composers who were from the romantic era usually used rubata(cant spell ..lol) in any compotitions ive been in... anypiece me or anyone else played that was by chopin... theyde never end up winning because we were either using to much or too little rubata and emotion... thats another thing... but yah...



   

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