Jeno Jando

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Postby Anonymous » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:19 pm

I don't know that much about Jeno Jando, but his interpretation of Beethoven's Pathetique isn't that good. In my opinion. And I must say I'm very very sensitive when speaking of Pathetique, it's my favorite sonata. Still, his performance of Appasionata is excellent. Much better then Gazarov's or, I dare to say, Brendel's.

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Postby toki » Tue Dec 12, 2006 12:47 am

I have a recording of him playing Liszt's transcendental etudes, and while a couple of them are less than appealing (No. 2 is a favorite of mine but he obviously butchers it), the rest are fairly awesome. His recording of Harmonies du Soir is one of my favorites.

In general the dude's obviously got his chops up. I have a lot of respect for anyone that can play music and make it sound beautiful, and he's managed to do that for me.

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Postby rsmullyan » Sun Apr 01, 2007 12:55 pm

jesus_loves_u wrote:Do you think any of the pianists on this site are better than Jeno Jando?

Yes,I do!


Postby Anonymous » Fri Apr 20, 2007 2:46 pm

Jeno's interpretations of Mozart's Piano Concerti are excellent, but not genius. Some of the movements are, though. (like 20 Mvmt. 3)

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