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Ivan Bessonov
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Neil
2021-01-31 16:45:08 UTC
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Try this:


And there are more recent recitals on youtube with him playing Bach and Mozart with distinction.

In a world of wunderkinds I think he stands out. But time will tell. He seems to have a voice, the kind of player who you can pick out from the crowd. (I'm thinking about young Sokolov or Glenn Gould -).
Henk vT
2021-02-01 09:24:29 UTC
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In a world of wunderkinds I think he stands out. But time will tell. He seems to have a voice, the kind of player who you can pick out from the crowd. (I'm thinking about young Sokolov or Glenn Gould -).
Thanks for the link! As you say, time will tell. There seem to be so many talented youngsters in Russia and the East that only the toughest will survive.

Henk
Frank Berger
2021-02-01 15:15:57 UTC
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In a world of wunderkinds I think he stands out. But time will tell. He seems to have a voice, the kind of player who you can pick out from the crowd. (I'm thinking about young Sokolov or Glenn Gould -).
Thanks for the link! As you say, time will tell. There seem to be so many talented youngsters in Russia and the East that only the toughest will survive.
Henk
Yes, there are so many of them that in "following" them all,
Steve Haufe (Bozo) seems to not have had time to post here
since September. Unless it's something else. Hope not.
Al Eisner
2021-02-01 17:58:28 UTC
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In a world of wunderkinds I think he stands out. But time will tell. He
seems to have a voice, the kind of player who you can pick out from the
crowd. (I'm thinking about young Sokolov or Glenn Gould -).
Thanks for the link! As you say, time will tell. There seem to be so many
talented youngsters in Russia and the East that only the toughest will
survive.
Henk
Yes, there are so many of them that in "following" them all, Steve Haufe
(Bozo) seems to not have had time to post here since September. Unless it's
something else. Hope not.
Don't know for sure, but I did last hsar from him on New Yea's day,
no hint of a problem. Of course lots of people have stopped posting
here over the years - there are some I wish would come back. Apart
from the political threads, the atmosphere does seem less toxic than
at some previous eras, but the range of interests seems to be reduced.

As for the subject of this thread: I wish these new wunderkinds would
play something other than that piece - I find it hard to listen to it
so much.
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Al Eisner
Henk vT
2021-02-01 20:15:09 UTC
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Steve Haufe (Bozo) seems to not have had time to post here
since September. Unless it's something else. Hope not.
As far as I know, everything is going well with Steve. We email each other regularly.

Henk
Frank Berger
2021-02-01 20:35:36 UTC
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Post by Frank Berger
Steve Haufe (Bozo) seems to not have had time to post here
since September. Unless it's something else. Hope not.
As far as I know, everything is going well with Steve. We email each other regularly.
Henk
Good to know.

raymond....@gmail.com
2021-02-01 15:37:05 UTC
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In a world of wunderkinds I think he stands out. But time will tell. He seems to have a voice, the kind of player who you can pick out from the crowd. (I'm thinking about young Sokolov or Glenn Gould -).
Thanks for the link! As you say, time will tell. There seem to be so many talented youngsters in Russia and the East that only the toughest will survive.
Henk
His head keeps obscuring the 1st violinist. Pest.
And yes, he is yet another Russian wunderkind.

Ray Hall, Taree
Graham
2021-02-01 16:10:57 UTC
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In a world of wunderkinds I think he stands out. But time will tell. He seems to have a voice, the kind of player who you can pick out from the crowd. (I'm thinking about young Sokolov or Glenn Gould -).
Thanks for the link! As you say, time will tell. There seem to be so many talented youngsters in Russia and the East that only the toughest will survive.
Henk
His head keeps obscuring the 1st violinist. Pest.
And yes, he is yet another Russian wunderkind.
Ray Hall, Taree
Sign of the times? Did you notice the composition of the orchestra?
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