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Name: David J Roberts
From: England
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Listening to your radio interviews for the BBC made me realise how time flies and that it must be at least 15 years since we last spoke. Your playing still manages to convey both your scholarship and your passion for the music, and I still believe that you are the only player I have heard who can make the instrument truly sing.
 
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Name: M Heru Kurniawan
From: Indonesia
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My daughter name is Mitzi Firsyani Kuniawan, hope she can become like you, thanks

Admin reply: What a lovely thing to say. I spent a long time in Indonesia, but I never met anyone else with this name. Perhaps we will meet some day....
All best wishes, MM

 
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Name: Mark Raymond Seifert MD
From: Highland, CA
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Are you a relative of onetime classmate Roger Myerson, economist extraordinaire at Univ of Chicago?
 
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Name: Marietta Wike
From: Chicago
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Admin reply: Hello! How amazing and wonderful to get a note from you. I am so sorry---I cannot exactly remember us playing together. Bet we were terrific! Herman Spier was the best teacher I ever had. I wish I had stayed with him longer. Please stay in touch. Are you a musician now? You are very nice, but I have changed incredibly since I was seven!
Mitzi

 
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Name: Gilbert
From: London
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Your 10 Cds for a Desert Island are a puzzling choice. One would suppose that you have only a mild interest in classical music and don't like the sound of harpsichords!

I like the rest of the web site and your wonderful playing.

Admin reply: Hello. Thank you for your remarks. I think hearing music for me is a little like a bus driver choosing to go for a ride on his day off. I teach in a concservatory and hear classical music all day, every day. Of course I like it! but when I am not working I like to have quiet, or something very different. Many people were bothered by my list; quite a few professional musicians told me (secretly) that they don't listen to music unless they have to. I think we live in a rarified screwy way. Music should be uplifting, and it IS, but I hear mostly imperfections, ways to make it better--- acoustic, timing, gesture. There is something lost and something gained, I suppose. So, I like Janis Joplin. I just hop around to that, and do not think about the timing of trills.
All the best to you! MM

 
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Name: Alin
From: Romania
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Admin reply: Hello! Who are you? I do not remember the name? That is so long ago......
 
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Name: Stewart Ross
From: Kenosha, Wisconsin
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Name: Paul McNulty
From: czech republic
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Name: Ivan
From: US
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Hi, its very interesting. Thx!
 
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Name: Rebecca McAnly
From: DeKalb, Ill.
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Wonderful website! Love your artistry, Mitzi!
 
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