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Ah, yes, possibly. Who was playing? Was it that Bowyer chappie?Good grief! What were you imbibing or ingesting the previous evening? You weren't listening to too much Sorabji, by chance? Clearly, this experience was not as you like it, but was all well that ended well?
Nothing weird ingested or imbibed...! And I hadn't been listening to any Sorabji, let alone too much (is there even such a thing? ). I had listened to Gmeeoorh just before bed, though, that may have had something to do with it.
Good grief! What were you imbibing or ingesting the previous evening? You weren't listening to too much Sorabji, by chance? Clearly, this experience was not as you like it, but was all well that ended well?
also a version by the Japanese keyboard player Tomita, which I found appallingly bland and pointless.The 10-year-old Oliver Sudden found it very exciting, though, and it could be said to have played an important role in his first 'classical' music experiences. Same goes for Tomita's Debussy.
I heard some of that Tomita stuff in my teens, Birmingham Central Library had a few of them. Didn't think they were particularly dreadful.
The CD of Haydn's Creation which I was recommended on here. Also just spent £60 replacing Murail's Gondwana etc. I love that disk, shame it's out of print!
...particularly the organ piece Gmeeorh which still hasn't been commercially recorded.
...he played the solo parts in the pieces with orchestra recorded under Arturo Tamayo.