My favorite playlist: Introduction

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This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Favorite Playlist

What is the point of this blog? To share my musical activities, tastes and experiences with all of you. So I just thought one of the basics of a musician’s life is our relation to the composers and our preferences.

Of course, I have some favorite pieces. It’s always a hard choice, but I know more or less what I would bring to a lost island, even the list is long – it’s ok, now with the MP3 devices we don’t need CDs, so it wouldn’t take so much place. :D

Anyway, I thought it would be a nice subject to introduce you to my favorite composers and to some of their works that aren’t essentially the most famous ones; they are actually the ones that made me realize how much I loved those geniuses. Maybe you know them, or maybe you are contaminated by all the famous pieces that are played again and again in every concert program, like Beethoven Waldstein Sonata or Ravel Gaspard de la Nuit (it seems Ravel didn’t write anything else!).

So what do you say, let’s enjoy and listen some great non-commercial pieces?

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