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“Of all my students, I like Alma Moodie the best” Carl Flesch, violinist and pedagogue
“We can’t shut the sound out, you know. Our ears are just kind of permeable. Our bodies are permeable and porous to sound, and sound and vibration have such a huge impact on our psyches, our psychological states and our emotional state.” Liza Lim, Composer
Over the next few weeks, “Tall Poppies: The Podcast,” will feature a series of 10 minute excerpts from archived interviews with renowned Australians. We are calling these, Tall Poppies Postcards. The first features the Australian poet, Robert Gray, who hails from the Australian state of New South Wales.
“I have always tried to work out a way of coming up with a single image or analogy or a metaphor, that makes it really clear to a non-specialist, the phenomenon of hearing that piece of music”.
Chopin: 24 Preludes Cédric Tiberghien Chopin: 13 Preludes(from the 24 Preludes)Sviatoslav Richter Tokyo 1979 Bach JS: Prelude and Fugue No. 7 in E flat, BWV 852 – Well Tempered Clavier, Book I, Performed by Wanda Landowska, Harpsichord, 1949 Bach JS: Goldberg Variations –Harpsichord, Performed by Wanda Landowska (First Rec 1933)iTunes