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Phrases and tune to forty Hits with Ukulele diagrams and guitar chords together with: train Me this night, Goody see you later, Am I losing My Time On You?, The fowl tune, in the street Of remorse, within the Wee Small Hours Of The Mornin'. Plus entire list details.
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A philologist and philosopher, Nietzsche was also a pianist and composer who maintained a lifelong desire for a career as a musician. The lack of success for his compositions did not discourage his reﬂections on music, and those who have written on his work have given music exemplary status for his entire philosophy. indb 49 10/18/11 8:03 AM 5 0 • W H Y I A M A G R E AT P I A N I S T philosophy? Or rather a philosopher-musician who transformed thought into art? For is not his great work Thus Spoke Zarathustra a sublime symphonic poem?
He did so surrounded by his mother and his sister, later dedicating his ﬁrst compositions to them. Nietzsche would always associate piano playing with a shared intimacy, a union of solitude and communion. indb 51 10/18/11 8:03 AM 5 2 • W H Y I A M A G R E AT P I A N I S T playing. He did the same with his music-loving friends: Gustav Krug, Erwin Rohde, Franz Overbeck, Heinrich Köselitz (aka Peter Gast). He composed pieces for four hands or for two pianos, offering his playing, as well as his compositions, as a dialogue intended to map out constellations of friendships.
Under the watchful eye of Charles Schweitzer, Sartre had set himself out to be a writer. But it was now against the person of Joseph Mancy that he decided to write: “So he was perpetually the person I wrote against. All my life. ” Even if the piano was not consciously invested with this same mission, it nevertheless participated in the same confrontation. The Schweitzers loved the music of Bach; to play Chopin was a diversion. But Joseph Mancy did not like music, and so piano playing itself became an act of opposition.