The talent of this married couple is incredible. Lang Lang and his wife, Gina Alice Redlinger, play Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 5.
Imagine them practicing separately each day–for hours!
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HT: Trissina Kear
I don’t think I could have practiced next to him! LOL 🙂
This is the best !!!! Thank you for sharing this with us all!
I love the intensity, the passion, the exchanges looks and the Union! God is so good, He alone can create total individuals to come together so beautifully!
Bravo! For sure!
He’s quite the ham. She is very elegant. Fun.
They’re so cute together, and extremely talented! <3
Wow! He is very animated during his playing!
Bravo and thank you very much. I play the piano, so I enjoyed this Faun Friday greatly. You are so kind to share these with us, Mr. Laub.
Doubtless these two practiced quite Incessantly. I don’t think I’ve ever seen two Pianists perform together on camera.
Loved it. I’m of an age where hearing classical music began with watching cartoons. Classic cartoons were a classy act, at least so far as music went. Be blessed always.
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D.
Linda Riggs Mayfield
The music was magnificent, but their personal interactions made me LOL!!! Don’t you feel like you KNOW them a little bit, just from watching that clip for about 3-1/2 minutes? She’s intelligent, elegant, reserved, and understated. She follows the rules: her back posture and hand positions were perfect. She spends a lot of her time bemused at her bend-the-rules, let-it-all-hand-out, it’s-all-about-the-experience husband. Sometimes he slouched, sometimes there was no curve in his fingers at all. But each adores the other and together, they made beautiful music, and they appreciate that. Did you hear his “Bravo!” at the end? Loved it. Can we write so that the reader KNOWS our characters so quickly?
What fun to watch! Thank you.