excerpt from 'With Florestan in Australia and New Zealand, September/October 2001' pp. 113 (92 words)

excerpt from 'With Florestan in Australia and New Zealand, September/October 2001' pp. 113 (92 words)

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With Florestan in Australia and New Zealand, September/October 2001

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...[A] sad honour awaits us: our concert in the huge Melbourne Concert Hall is ot be the last in the long-running Sunday afternoon series.... Nevertheless, and despite the gloomy warnings of the promoters, I thoroughly enjoy the concert. Ant is very cheerful after the Beethoven, and says that he only now feels that he understands it, after months of performing it. I feel happier today, because the piano is excellent, and because I seem to be able to fill the hall with sound without straining, even though the hall is so enormous.

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