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Extractions: Above all pianists - indeed, above virtually any musician of the last fifty years - Arthur Rubinstein represented in both his life and his music-making a unique joie de vivre . That alone would set him apart in this serious musical age, where there is a high degree of skill but very little charm or poetry. Arthur Rubinstein was able to communicate joy in his playing. He loved the piano, he loved the music he played, and he was always able to charm audiences all over the world with one of the most extraordinary personalities that this century has seen. Of course that charm was buttressed by the mind of a superb musician, and by the fingers of a spectacular technician. Rubinstein coaxed a big, sonorous, golden tone from the instrument, and his fingers were in total command of anything in his repertoire. And that, paradoxically, was true even when he dropped notes or smudged passages here and there. For it was clear that a sloppy episode resulted not from lack of native ability but rather from sheer scorn of pedanticism. He was daring, he took chances, and if a few notes suffered en route that was unimportant. He was a natural, born to play the piano, and when he was on the concert stage one felt as though the piano itself was welded to his body. Musician and instrument were one. innigkeit of others, or the egoism of still others. Rubinstein played every piece in a natural, healthy, extroverted manner, with sweep and a big line, with color and fire. As he played, everything sounded natural and logical.
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Extractions: "On stage, I will take a chance. There has to be an element of daring in great music-making. These younger ones, they are too cautious. They take the music out of their pockets instead of their hearts." B Joachim, who remained the young Rubinsteins close advisor, introduced him to Heinrich Barth. It was under Barths tutelage that Rubinstein made his first steps toward serious performance. After only three years of study in Germany, Rubinstein made his debut at the Beethoven Saal with the Berlin Philharmonic. He played works by Mozart, Chopin, and Schumann, as well as Camille Saint-Saenss Concerto no. 2 in G, which he would continue to play throughout his career. Amazed by Rubinsteins performance, one critic wrote "He played everything, not as a child prodigy, but as a mature, adult musician."
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Extractions: Artur Rubinstein S ince his death in Switzerland in 1982, aged 95, Artur Rubinstein's musical and personal reputation has A rthur Rubinstein was born in Lód´z, Poland, in 1887; Arthur Rubinstein became one of the great pianists of the twentieth century. At age three, Rubinstein began to study piano, and within five years he had given his first public performance. When Rubinstein was ten, his mother took him to audition for the famous violinist, Joseph Joachim. Impressed by the young boy's performance of Mozart, Joachim agreed to be responsible for his general and musical education. Leaving her son to study in Berlin, Rubinstein's mother returned to Lód´z. He would never return to live with his family. C hopin's music formed part of Artur Rubinstein's cultural heritage, but although born in Lodz in 1887 and Polish by birth, Artur Rubinstein was by training a product of the great 19th century German school of piano playing. After some rather unfortunate experiences with inadequate teachers in Poland, Rubinstein left for Berlin under the protection of the great violinist and colleague of Brahms - Joseph Joachim. Joachim was instrumental in Rubinstein's introduction to Heinrich Barth , one of the most important pedagogues in Berlin whose later pupils included
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Extractions: Arthur Rubinstein S inds zijn dood in Zwitserland in 1982, op de leeftijd van 95, is de muzikale en persoonlijke reputatie van Artur Rubinstein onderworpen aan kritieke herwaardering. Dergelijke postume nieuwe beoordelingen zijn misschien het onvermijdelijke resultaat van bijna universele populariteit, maar ondanks de pogingen om hem te ontmythologiseren, blijft Rubinstein voor velen de grootste Chopin vertolker van de laatste eeuw. Toen Rubinstein in de vroege jaren 1900 begon met het programmeren van Chopin, beschouwden de eigentijdse critici zijn pianospel als te droog, objectief, letterlijk en zonder enige poëtisch gevoel. De zelfde kritieken werden ook geuit tegen Busoni, Hofmann, en later tegen Rachmaninov. Allen behoorden tot een nieuwe generatie van pianisten die bewust inspanningen leverden om zich van de uitvoertraditie, die in de jaren na de dood van Chopin was gegroeid, te onderscheiden. C hopin zelf had in de 1830's ten gevolge van de steeds groter wordende fysieke broosheid aan zijn carrière als pianist een eind gemaakt om zich verder aan piano-onderricht te wijden. Tegen het eind van de 19de eeuw, hadden de leerlingen van Chopin zich als wat Rubinstein beschreef ' de verkeerde
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Extractions: A survey of pianist Arthur Rubinstein's career and a guide to his finest records in the BMG Rubinstein CD Collection - his Chopin early records solos chamber music ... concertos and final recordings Recent scientific studies confirm the poets' claim - love really does make the mind work differently. Legendary pianist Arthur Rubinstein (1887 - 1983) loved life to the fullest. He once described himself as the happiest person he had ever met. His music is a unique reflection of that outlook. Yet, his attitude also raised suspicions of shallowness. We expect great artists to suffer. Yet, as Harold Schonberg noted in The Glorious Ones , Rubinstein was one of the very few musicians who died contented, having lived a fabulous and rewarding life and having achieved all he had wanted professionally. Schonberg muses that Rubinstein's only regrets were the cigars he hadn't yet smoked and the wines he hadn't yet tasted (to which perhaps should be added the women he hadn't yet loved). Rubinstein's teen years raise the question that would haunt his reputation throughout his life - if only he had more discipline and focused more on his art, could he have developed into a deeper interpreter? Seizing upon Rubinstein's life-long devotion to philandering and high living, detractors repeatedly (and perhaps jealously?) faulted him for laziness, technical lapses, narrow repertoire and simplification of difficult musical passages (all of which were true). Rubinstein's art was not superficial but reflected the joy and contentment of the total experience of living.
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