- hl_soLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Kevin: That's some very touchy comment right there. Either of them have way better technique than I do, so I wouldn't want to compare one pianist to another, especially over superficial aspects such as technique.
If one is merely looking for 指法 and 熟練性 (well, I guess that's what PianoProShop is all about), then I'd invite you to take a walk on the practice floor at Juilliard, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes, Curtis, etc.. Pretty much every first-year student could play it faster and more secure, except, perhaps, yours truly. As for 感染力: very subjective. Either you like it or you don't; I have no comment on that. If you said that you like it, that would only tell me what kind of taste you have.
My appreciation for Yundi in this video is not how fast or secure he was playing. If you've performed on this piano at this hall you'd know that this is a piano with a very muted treble. To get a shimmering sound out of it and to balance treble and bass was quite a task, and Yundi was certainly not doing a bad job. He did missed a few notes at the end, but that was totally understandable. Bravo for him!
- 1 decade ago
Ya, Yundi LEE performed very well, his technique is worse than Long Lang wo~^^