Mexico City isn't in South America.
All of your tracks sound so great. What components (other than stellar performers, obviously) most contribute to the sound you achieve?
I certainly am not saying that I feel that Bach is without emotion. Bach reaches the most fundamental core of my being. I was simply saying that the Russian nationalist movement did not revere Bach's music with the same passion of the western world.
If you're an angry, unhappy person, you ought not bring everyone else down. This man owes you nothing. Don't be a miserable little lout and spoil the enjoyment for everyone else.
I really enjoy your interpretation, especially your adventurous phrasing of the grace note first appearing in the tenth measure. The only bothersome quality for me is your tendency toward the end to let the accompaniment overwhelm the melody. Wonderful playing, though!
Looks like John Dufilho to me. He's standing next Robert Scneider.
This pieces is known both as 'Oriental Romance' and 'The Nightingale and the Rose'. N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov composed it in 1866, and it is part of his second opus, '4 Romances'.