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In Reply to: RE: Cho's Chopin: most unobtrusive and delicate trills, but slight hesitations bug me posted by email@example.com on June 07, 2017 at 07:37:46
You might want to point out examples of this "hesitation"..... I personally have not picked this up, and I listen to him quite a bit.
I would call Cho the best pianist in the world, at this very moment. His Chopin Scherzo 2 is in Antonio Barbosa territory.
measures of lovely ascending melody that I cued up. Others are far worse, or "poetic": try Sokolov in same place!
I didn't like his Chopin discs. I had to use Rubinstein (a lot more straightforward) to cleanse the palate.
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