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Cordelia Williams
Concert Pianist | BBC Music 'Rising Star' | International Piano 'One to Watch' | BBC Young Pianist of the Year 2006 | Theology graduate |
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Cordelia Williams 8h
After 5 months of slow/technical/small sections practice, Rach 3 is starting to come together again. It is GLORIOUS. March 14th
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Cordelia Williams Mar 3
Please sign and help save the Wiltshire Music Service - it was so important to me and so many others. via
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Cordelia Williams Mar 2
Just arrived! Only a few tickets left - if you can bring three extra people and give us a full house I will give you a hug... ;-)
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Cordelia Williams Mar 2
Tonight, performing Schumann for the first time since recording it in Jan - always so enjoyable! Cafe Muse
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Cordelia Williams Mar 2
Me too! See you later...
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Cordelia Williams Mar 2
thanks - will we see you there?!
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Cordelia Williams Mar 2
Went to a dinner party last night & they were playing our CD! Am I allowed to say that I thought it sounded quite nice?!?
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Cordelia Williams Mar 2
Cafe Muse in tonight: live music (by me), drinks, food, relaxing . Ticket incl 1st drink!
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Cordelia Williams Feb 28
Last night's speakers seemed to agree that the best poetry has its own music within it; less good texts can often be great to set to music.
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Cordelia Williams Feb 28
Muller: I can neither play nor sing, yet when I write verses I sing &play...My words lie in black &white until music breathes life into them
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Cordelia Williams Feb 28
please retweet. Cafe Muse on Monday: live music (by me!), drinks, food, socialising.
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Cordelia Williams Feb 28
please retweet. Cafe Muse on Monday: live music (by me!), drinks, food, socialising.
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
'That the words [in a song] mean something is crucial; what they mean, perhaps, less so.' Ian Bostridge
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
When I colour a note, it may be to point up meaning. But it may also be simply to create a kind of verbal music. Ian Bostridge
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
Ancient Greek poetry had an integral melody (pitch inflections of the language) and rhythm (e.g. dactylic) - so poetry = music?
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
All ancient Greek poetry was music. Lyros (lyre) -> lyric. All of Homer etc. was intended to be at least partially sung. (Armand d'Angour)
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
Time is fundamental to both music and poetry because time happening is what they are. Poet Fiona Sampson at
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
'Poetry has in common with music rhythm, breathing... seemingly limitless possibilities' Richard Bronk at Mlitfest
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
Been practising Rach3 for absolute hours today. Tired hands. It's a completely different experience now that it's not the first performance!
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Cordelia Williams Feb 27
Tonight going to hear speak about the common foundations of music and poetry and how they unite - can't wait!
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