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David Bryce was born in 1970, started the piano as a
youngster and attended the Royal College of Music Junior Department. He then
opted for what seemed sensible and secure at the time: a career in Physics,
leading to a Ph.D. and is currently a Research Scientist, principally in Applied
Optics, based in Malvern, UK.
Rather than having Nimrod take up valuable limited headspace
on his many walks of surrounding Elgar Country (with wife and son's lagging
accompaniment), he finds himself more regularly yearning for the piano masters
such as Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin and Debussy. Examples of recent projects
include comparing and contrasting a selection of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier
Book 1 with pieces from Hindemith's Ludus Tonalis, rounding off with Franck's
Prelude Chorale & Fugue.
Whilst recent years have seen family’s hungry mouths and
minds eating into practice time, he has always strived to keep the music ticking
over; taking lessons, attending the Morely College weekly Advanced Piano Class
during a spell whist living in London, along with the Hereford summer school,
various Jackdaws Music Trust weekend courses, and the odd concert or two.Artist Donation
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