Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Nobuyuki Tsujii: Cliburn Competition 2009 Winner

Yesterday, I saw on the news that the blind Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii shared first prize with Chinese pianist Zhang Haochen at the 13th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition on 6/7.


I'm not a pianist, so I can't comment on his talent, but I think his work touches the hearts of people. I always think that the true artist has the sense to convey a message and create some kind of impression on people. How amazing. His performance was impressive. Too beautiful for words.

I learned a lot from him!

I found his video at YouTube! I hope the page is accessible...
Also, I found one when he was 12 years old, playing Chopin! Amazing!

Please click below and vote for me.

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6 comments:

  1. Ochi,

    I did not recognise music but I always thought that piono is the best music intrucment in this world.

    And the girl who play with piano is the most beautiful girl,this is my thought.

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  2. Hi Ochi,
    I like to play piano when I was young.....but my family's economy not allowed me to learn.

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  3. Hi jose,

    I didn't know that you like piano that much :)
    I learned piano for about 10 years, but I didn't improve since I didn't like to practice.
    Maybe I am not a piano person. Ha-ha!

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  4. Hello anGeLine,

    It's never too late to learn piano.
    You don't have to be professional, you know!!!
    It is always better to learn when you want to.
    Also, if you pay for your lesson by yourself, you'll improve a lot ;)

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  5. Goodmorning!

    I watched NHK news last night,and really..amazing talent!


    about my post,my sisiter son,who ate the donut.

    and they're real worker.
    but,milk is too much.

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  6. Hello merce-san,

    Yes! He is amazing!
    Nice you saw on NHK ;)

    The donut wasn't you! Ha-ha.
    I might do that, though ;)

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