Author Archives: EdwardianPiano

About EdwardianPiano

I am a classical music enthusiast, history geek, artist and writer.

Hearing Colour, Neil Harbisson, artist, part two.

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Hearing Colour- Neil Harbisson, Artist, part one

Neil’s talk is very interesting and full of humour- he is witty and so positive!  His jokes made me laugh out loud- such as  references to eating his favourite songs and maybe if teenagers had Lady Gaga salads they might … Continue reading

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Allemande from Handel’s D minor Suite HWV 428, played on a real 18th century harpsichord

Allemande from Handel’s D minor Suite HWV 428, played on the William Smith (c1720) harpsichord at the Bate Collection in Oxford, by Douglas Mews. This instrument quite possibly was played by Handel himself and is certainly built in a style … Continue reading

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Mozart: piano concerto no. 24 in C minor, K 491, on period instruments.

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5 Basic Tips For An ’18th century’ Mozart Fingering on Keyboards

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Wim Winters plays Chopin on his Erard 1866 Grand Piano

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Beauty and sadness

Originally posted on Zlatko Music Art:
Beauty and sadness, abstract portrait (acrylic on canvas). Art painting by contemporary artist Zlatko Music I was out of inspiration so I decided to clean up my workspace. I’m a pretty messy, and often…

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