Bach on Harpsichord, Haydn & Mozart on Fortepiano + Travel Q&A November 2019 | Tiffany Vlogs #92

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  1. Hi, I am a Patreon member and received notification of a "lens" video. When I open Patreon and login, I only get a message "Thanks for watching". It won't allow me to actually watch it. Presumably a problem at your end. I look forward to a fix so I can finally watch it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Amazing Tiffany! So nice to see you having a lovely experience. How lucky are you?!!? Youโ€™re right as well, you look like a giant playing some of these older instruments and it makes one admire the composers all the more that they could compose such masterpieces on relatively limited instruments. ๐Ÿ‘

  3. The fortepiano section was so great, I watched yesterday and was still thinking about it ๐Ÿคฃ, it's incredible to see you bring these historical instruments back to life!

  4. You look stunning even w/ only 4 hours sleep! And Tiffany, you r HEAVEN every time your beautiful fingers touch that keyboard! Your sound is just amazing beyond words! Love laughter of "Friends" forever! Thanks for sharing & Keep Striving! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Quite possibly, the world's greatest piano salesman of our time, for those with the vision (like Steinway, for example). Others, perhaps, not so much, satisfied with the mediocrity of guaranteed stolen wealth, thinking themselves wise, thinking nothing of tomorrow, thinking there is no tomorrow, thinking wrong

  6. Tiffany, it shows that you were in heaven. I once went to e Chopin performance by one of the greatest pianists in the world of the past 50 years. In a large hall. On a full size concert Steinway. Everything mf was played ff and so on. The intimacy was completely lost. Some time later, I went to another concert in the series. The famed pianist had reported ill and was now replaced by a stand in. Speed daemon. All the notes were perfect – not a single miss. But no soul. I actually prefer the sound of the Steinway over old instruments. Question: after you played these period instruments, do you play the same notes differently on the Steinway? (I would hope so ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

  7. Svyatoslav Richter broke his absolute pitch after trying to play Bach on a harpsichord with period pitch. He could never play anything by memory after that. Victoria Mullova suffered the same loss, but she recovered. Now we know her as a period instrument player.
    Anyway, thanks for paying attention to the period instruments! Everything new is forgotten old.
    And also, the keys were narrower than now. And Beethoven used to break the strings every time.

  8. Tiffany, could you please tell your fans from different countries about what's happening in Hong Kong? We would be appreciated if you could do this for us and our home. We believe in your influences to people. Please help us! #HongKongProtests

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