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Color:Remote Control Switch

Desk lamp adopts advanced luminous technology, no flicker, no shadow, soft light, which can prevent blue light from damaging the eyes.
Product Name: Creative Retro Desk Lamp
Product material: Alloy + glass
Product voltage: 111-240V (inclusive)
Product power: 31-40W (inclusive)
Light source: LED, incandescent lamp, energy-saving lamp
Switch type: push button switch/dimmer switch/remote control switch
Applicable scenarios: bedroom, living room, study room, student room, etc.
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Online Discounts Shop Eye Protection Lamp Vintage Bedroom Bedside Table Lamp Dimmable Max 78% OFF

Krystian Zimerman: Great Pianists of the Twentieth Century, Vol. whether you are buying on line for the first time or you are an avid e-shopper, we wants to make your shopping experience as pleasurable as possible. Online Discounts Shop Eye Protection Lamp Vintage Bedroom Bedside Table Lamp Dimmable Max 78% OFF Eye Protection Lamp Vintage Bedroom Bedside Table Lamp Dimmable Cheap Clearance Sale Store You could make a strong case that of the pianists born since 1950 and coming to prominence in the last quarter of the twentieth century, Krystian Zimerman is the most distinguished. Born in Poland in 1956, he studied at Katowice Conservatory and won first prize at the 1975 Warsaw Chopin Competition, the youngest of all the contestants. Since then he has gone on to enjoy a major international career, although I believe his career has been primarily centered in Europe. For a pianist of his eminence over the last quarter-century, his recorded output is surprisingly modest, bespeaking his meticulous preparation and his reluctance to record until he feels he can make a definitive statement. (His "big," red-blooded Chopin is a revelation, and I have long wished that he would record more of it; so far we have been offered only a tantalizingly small portion.) Everything in this generous (total timing 2.20:48) two-CD selection from Zimerman's limited discography is well chosen and shows him in peak form. His versatility, his big technique, his handsome tone, his dynamic range (listen to the buildup to the stunning first climax in the Chopin ballade), his clarity, his characteristic intensity are all on display here. He is a DG recording artist, and the recordings here range from 1981 to 1991; inevitably, given six different venues, the sound is somewhat variable, but it is never less than quite good. Indeed the two magnificent Chopin performances (recorded in 1987) feature the best piano sound I have heard from DG. These and the seven Debussy preludes are my favorites of the selections included here. The only sour note for me is the silly liner notes, by one Peter Cosse: 4 ½ pages, in small print, of verbose, vacuous, highfalutin gush, from which the reader takes away nothing more than a general sense that the writer admires Zimerman's pianism. A waste of time and space. Come on, Philips; you can do better than this. But the notes are a minor annoyance, easily ignored. This is a fine introduction to a superb modern pianist, and can be confidently recommended to anyone who enjoys great pianism.Krystian Zimerman is the pianist who can express the most refined iyricism and the most powerful thunder at the same time. With his playing, we can easily be moved into the 'real' world of genuine musician. In Brahms's E flat major piano concerto, we can see to what extent he revelates the composer's musical ideas. He is just Perfect! His Chopin is not a fragile, weak melody any more. It has got the internal strength beneath the texture. The pity is that the D minor concerto of the same composer and same performer is not in this CD. It's even much better. We can easily forget in these days what music can do for the human life, but Zimerman wonderfully makes you to think of it in new and deeper terms. CDs Vinyl => Classical => Forms Genres

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