"Music is the language of emotions."
"There is music in the sigh of the reed;
There is music in the bubbling of the stream;
There is music in all things, if men could hear it. "
George Gordon, Lord Byron
"Interpretation is a reflection of the personality of the pianist. It expresses the interpreter is outside his own life but through which cultural identity. The emotion he feels and it transmits to the public is the culmination of the work on the musical text and interpretative choices depend on his creative imagination. This quality is the result of a mind that is released from the constraint imposed by the score, while remaining faithful to her. "
Extract of touch panistique - III. Touch the piano in musical literature - Martine Lutringer-Flecher