Pianist Peter Cappuccio is a big fan of the genre, but that doesn’t mean he is a fan of every song.
The Italian musician has recently begun to play a few pieces that are not from his repertoire.
Here are some of the best examples:Aristotle’s Meditations on the Body: “I don’t play the music.
I just sit in silence and think about what’s happening inside the body.”
This is an excerpt from the meditations of Aristotle.
It is one of the most famous meditations in classical music.
Cappuccia’s Music for a Piano: “In a musical performance, there is no choice of music or instrument.
You are always forced to improvise, to improvising with the instruments that are in front of you, just as you are in a play.
So, what are you doing when you are playing the piano?”
Cappucio’s Piano Concerto: “This is the greatest work of music I’ve ever heard, and it’s not even in my repertoire.
And yet it’s still so beautiful.”
Here is a transcription of the Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach: “And in a moment of silence I will go and compose the melody.”
The piece was composed for piano by Bach, but Cappucia was also involved in the development of it.
This version of the piece was released in 2009 and features a number of additional parts, including the introduction by the late pianist Anton Rubinstein.
Here are some other piano pieces that you might not have heard of:Cappuciio’s music is not necessarily a classical one, but it is a wonderful example of what can be accomplished with piano.
It is a very beautiful piece of music that you can hear in concert or at home with a recorder or even a small orchestra.