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Mahan Esfahani

I think in Baroque music, especially in the case of Bach, what really transformed Bach's musical lan ...

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And it totally has transformed my relationship with someone like, say, Bach. You know, Bach is born ...

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When I say that there's commonality, I mean more in terms of the sort of techniques by which we perc ...

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I mean, already in the French Revolution, the harpsichord becomes identified with the aristocracy, w ...

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Well, within a phrase. And with a series of phrases, you can certainly create the effect of diminuen ...

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As long as there's a place for sundials and gardening and beautiful things, there's a place for the ...

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Gorecki, you know, there's a kind of personal thing there for me. I had, you know, kind of become ob ...

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I mean to me, the harpsichord has a huge dynamic range. And I always say to people, come and listen ...

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I played piano. I've always liked piano. My father played piano. Actually, to be fair, the sound of ...

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I think, you know, for someone who does play, let's say, old music or, you know, Baroque music or Re ...

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One of the tracks that I have is Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - by the way, that's Bach's second son - ...

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The harpsichord was actually ideologically considered a very questionable instrument in that period, ...

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Well, harpsichord is kind of a big guitar, isn't it? I mean, it is plucked, after all.

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Bach, of course, was my first love. He still is. I mean, he's the man of my life, that's for sure. A ...

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