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She always manages to find colours, textures and intentions that every other pianist misses. Other pianists play - she listens. And in doing so she hears the true heart of the music, and she inhabits it. In Chopin she also understands, as many pianists do not, that the music isn't all about pretty lyricism - it has "big bones". It needs an epic sound at times (in addition to the obvious requirement for delicacy) and above all it needs a very strong sense of direction. This is why Fedorova is so outstanding - she is not playing notes, she is going somewhere all the time. The architecture of the piece is present in everything she does.
Really poetic interpretation ! Great piano talent... Bravo Anna !
Surely she knows her mistakes, they don't have to be pointed out. OH what more could ask for than to be talented and beautiful. Oh MY! (and young) HJH www.portwhitmantimes.com
That Shigeru Kawai delivers the perfect piano sound, in my opinion. That aside, I have now listened to the winners from 2010 and 2015, Claire Huangci's performances and a lot with Daniil Trifonov, and simply can't hear a qualitative difference. Well, I guess you are all lucky, that I'm not a judge in this competition, because I would have to go outside with some dices and make a decision, if you know, what I mean. To my ears this one is the most interesting of all the performances and Anna Fedorova was eliminated after second stage in 2010! At least you can say, that it is good, that you can have a career anyway: Anna Fedorova is doing very well and so is Claire Huangci, and to many Daniil Trifonov is the Chopin of our generation, but Yulianna Avdeeva is living a bit the quite life on the tour. And she won the 2010 competition! Something is wrong with that picture.The only points of slight imperfection I can find about Anna Fedorova and her performance is the two tiny drops of sweat below her lips.....
the best and so gorgious
Brava, for ladies, Bravo for men
Anna Fedorova yes Casatorio Civil Arthur Giorgio 28 Sept. 2019 Madrid España ------ Anna Fedorova good night wonderful Thank you Love you Kisses Berlinale Germany yes New York City .U.S.A. yes Columbia
Left me in tears
Magnifique. À aussi écouter Maria Grinberg : ru-clip.net/video/tisgd2_FVvc/video.html ou encore Youra Guller : ru-clip.net/video/RVmG3uVPbJE/video.html ou Stanislav Neuhaus : ru-clip.net/video/ylMJI08jVAQ/video.html
An utterly MAGNIFICENT rendition of this great work -- one of the very best of the hundreds I've heard over many decades. This beautiful young woman plays with true ARTISTRY as well as an authoritative, splendidly developed technique. Her SOUND is abslutely superb. Just BEAUTIFUL in every regard.. Why was she nt a finalist? I enjoyed Anna'splayingMUCH more than did the expertise, glibness and well-coached "good taste" of some of the winners.
I agree with you. I think it's because she uses too much pedal, the judges don't like that
Liefst AnnaHet verlangen naar jou groeit Door letters naar elkaar voor en Door elkaar daar waar de harten kruizen en dezielen blinken geluide KLingeke en het originele nooit verloren gaat en nooit zal dovenEn de eenvoud met elkaar zal komen in de geest van zijn in het ontwaken van onze spirt en mij Door jou Genezen daar is onze licht de liefde voorelkaar zijn wij samenWouter joannes regina
...gosto desta mulher! ...esta mulher é grande! ...
...ela expressa a beleza usando o coração e as mãos! ...
Beautiful, wonderful, magnificent -- BRAVISSIMO!!! Anna's exceptional musicianship deeply touches my emotional core. Her astonishing introspection, insight and understanding of Chopin's music is breathtaking! What an absolutely captivating artist she is!
Beautiful performance, only recording could be better
Absolutely beautiful. ...and the music's great too.
You mean the piano?
@Elizabeth Wilson You took the words right out of my mouth.
Himmlische Anna Fedorova ,...super Belle !
It is a shame that the dynamic range compression they are using here completely distorts the dynamics of this music.
You mean about the judges? Like what happened with alexei sultanov
Incredible piece and performance! I fell in love at first sight...
Absolutely gorgeous, and so is the music.
Me hace recordar al estilo de Claudio Arrau, más lento justo donde debe ser, y esto permite apreciar el sentimiento de cada fragmento de la melodía
Ik hou van je prestatie
She plays with great feeling, clear and authentic.
Me gusta el Chopin de Anna Fedorova.
Good technique but some mistakes..especially at 5:30 and 10:46..
@Lawrence Krupp But none of us has heard Carl Tausig, "the most flawless pianist of the century," as critic Harold C. Schonberg wrote. He also wrote that Anton Rubinstein called him "the infallible."
Kissin doesn’t play like a robot. He also misses notes. He is often flawless than note, but so not a robot
You gotta be kidding. That’s just a tiny one. It’s allowed and compensated by great feeling. This is not yuja wang here
aaddjb aaakkxxzz Actually he does make mistakes. I've heard mistakes in every single live performance of his.
You OCD types with your concentration on mistakes need to get psychiatric help. This was a LIVE performance before an audience, not a studio recording where mistakes are edited out with retakes and digital fixes. Not a single living or dead concert pianist has EVER played without mistakes in a live performance. I've been in the audience at live concerts by Van Cliburn, Rubinstein, Horowitz, Graffman, Bronfman, Lugansky, and Simon Trpceski and I never heard a perfect performance. It’s total stupidity to point out mistakes as some kind of measurement of a performance. It’s bullshit from a bullshitter who has probably never performed before an audience in their life.