Within solo piano music, it happens that the individual must play two very differing things at the same time. In Beethoven’s Opus 110, the right and left hands have different patterns of articulation and emphasis.
For me, it would be best if the heavy, syncopated comic accents in the left-hand music do not in any way effect the folk simplicity of the paired-note articulation above, in the highest voice in the right hand part.
In doing these two emphasis-patterns, perhaps the solo pianist is called upon to be two (or three) people, to summon two feelings?
Making certain music, I am a duo, or a band. I’m a schizophrenic? Or in the nuanced possession of a capacity to be, or do for two.Related