November 3rd, 2008
Epoch Times – The Ultimate Goal of a Successful Piano Performance: ““Take Mozart’s works, for example. When you play the highly difficult technical parts, the piece may sound like a hunting dog pursuing a rabbit in a panic. Alternatively, you may play the same passages sounding like a stream smoothly flowing through the valleys with warmth. The latter is more profound and beautiful. These two ways of expression are completely different. You should let the people sense the pure beauty in the technique, rather than make them anxious and unable to catch their breath.””
Amazing, we talk about the projection of your inner feelings and breathing in your artistic interpretation, daily.