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    I do have a question about the 2nd movement. There is a passage during the first part before the change of the tempo and the piano is playing a variation of the first (maybe second) theme. It seems that some soloist is playing a off beat version while others are playing a traditional version. Does anyone notice that? I like the off beat version, great articulation form Jan Lisiecki.
    If you do not what I am referring to, please see 16:18 to 16:57 of the following link:

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    I'm inspired to do a little comparative listening this weekend. I own Bilson/Gardiner, Curzon/Britten, Anda/CASM. TC never fails to trigger the desire to keep listening and learning. Thanks!

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    Uchida has a similar variation that I was talking about. Very good musical phrasing and articulation. I cannot stand her facial expression....no offense.
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    I have those four to choose from.
    I enjoy Perahias soft, velvety touch, somewhat romantic; but then, I always enjoy his approach with anything he does.
    The Haskil seems somewhat fierce in comparison.
    Brendel and Haebler are both very good. I enjoyed listening to them all this afternoon, all different and interesting, no bests !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jos View Post

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    I have those four to choose from.
    I enjoy Perahias soft, velvety touch, somewhat romantic; but then, I always enjoy his approach with anything he does.
    The Haskil seems somewhat fierce in comparison.
    Brendel and Haebler are both very good. I enjoyed listening to them all this afternoon, all different and interesting, no bests !
    Must have been a very pleasant afternoon.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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