Versatile, adventurous Pianist Simone...

Versatile, adventurous Pianist Simone Dinnerstein asserts her u...

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Why did pianist Simone Dinnerstein rent a studio, hire a crew and record and release her own version of J.S. Bach's "Goldberg Variations"? Perhaps she felt she had something to say with the piece she hadn't ...

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Alex

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Nov 26, 2008
First!

But I've got to disagree here, Rob. Chutzpah? For recording the Goldberg Variations? A radically different approach? She still played the same 32 movements, right?

How adventurous can this be?

If Radiohead just released their version of "Abbey Road" they'd be ridiculed. More like MISadventurous.

Fair comparison?

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