Sitat Sitat fra Odd J Se Innlegg

Personlig synes jeg ikke gryntingen og snøftingen plager meg så mye, men jeg synes selve pianoklangen er tynn og dårlig. Så var vel konserten gjennomført på et reserveflygel i all hast, har jeg lest.
https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stori...keith-jarrett/

Her er en artikkel som beskriver konserten og hvordan de var ment å bruke ett Bösendorfer 290 Imperial flygel, men kjørte feil flygel på scenen, ett mindre Bösendorfer baby grand som i tillegg var ett øvingsflygel.

Though the piano was not – to put it mildly – to Jarrett’s satisfaction, for those of us who don’t possess perfect pitch or aren’t pianoforte connoisseurs, the state of the instrument doesn’t impact on our enjoyment of Jarrett’s virtuoso performance.

According to the record’s producer, ECM boss Manfred Eicher, Jarrett’s reason for taking this approach was to compensate for the piano’s perceived shortcomings: “Probably [Jarrett] played it the way he did because it was not a good piano. Because he could not fall in love with the sound of it, he found another way to get the most out of it.”

Her er en Youtube video som viser ulike flygel (Bösendorfer Imperial 290, Steinway 274 og Yamaha CFX).