The corridors of the 41st Sharjah International Book Fair witnessed the presentation of the famous Italian pianist Gloria Campaner, an interlude of Chopin’s endless music to the melodies of “piano” in a unique presentation, in the presence and enjoyment of a large number of exhibition goers.
The famous Italian pianist Gloria Campaner presented an interlude of Chopin’s endless music to the tunes of “piano” in a unique presentation, within the activities of the 41st Sharjah International Book Fair, in the presence and enjoyment of a large number of exhibition goers.
Gloria’s music included a journey through 24 introductions composed by the Polish genius “Chopin” more than 200 years ago, where she played them in an intense listening experience, with which the audience interacted widely.
Gloria said that she started playing the piano at the age of four under the supervision of Daniela Vidali, and held her first concert at the age of five, while she debuted with the Venice Symphony Orchestra at the age of twelve with the Margola Concerto for Piano.
The Italian pianist added, “It is interesting to see the emotions that the listeners seem to have while they listen to the musical pieces, and this work is not easy, but it is due to work and training intensively so that I can present something valuable on the stage.”
Gloria stated that the entire sequence of the pieces is difficult to perform, due to the variety of small details and the difficulty of controlling the sound, which requires a lot of musicians to play it.
The Italian pianist added, I started presenting these pieces about 5 to 6 years ago, but despite all this period, it is necessary to train on a daily basis in the techniques of art, so that we can overcome the anxiety and tension that may afflict us, and this is more reflected in our expressions. .
These pieces were composed by Frédéric Chopin between 1835 and 1839, and systematically explored 24 major and minor keys according to the cycle of fifths; It is a series of notes spaced at symmetrical intervals, and each introduction has its own peculiarity; Some are very easy to play and are usually taught to beginner piano students, while others are extremely talented, while the alternation of speeds, tones and even sudden rhythms make the entire work unique and difficult to fully present.
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