Why call Rachmaninoff "Rach"???

The events, schools of music, pupils, great performers, and all other possible avenues of contribution that Rachmaninoff inspired, The continuation of his influence in modern society, culturally, musically, and intellectually.
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Postby RACHBOY » Wed Jun 27, 2007 11:22 am

haha Rock Martin, that sounds great!

Risha wrote:Lol, this reminds me of a time about a year ago, when I performed the Allegro Scherzando from the Sonata for Cello and Piano with my sister (me on the cello, her on the piano). A few days later, one of the guests remarked to me, "I really liked that song you played. Who was the composer again - Rock Martin or something like that?" :shock: :D Wasn't sure whether to laugh or cry on that one. Rock Martin indeed... :lol:

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Postby morakeo » Fri Jul 06, 2007 10:58 am

Rock Martin :?: :shock:

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Postby Sasha » Wed Aug 15, 2007 11:41 pm

I don't know if anybody already has mentioned this, but....

We have this men's clothing brand called "BACHRACH" in the US.
I can't help buying gifts from there for my musician friends in Europe.
Cuz, you know, it's like having Bach and Rachmaninoff all together! 8)
(Their product lines are mostly formal or semi-formal, but every now and then you see T-shirts with their logo on them)

Someone told me that Bach was a quite important figure to Rachmaninoff... Is that true? If so, BACHRACH is really something!!!

By the way, the name wasn't made up, but it came from the founder Mr. BACHRACH.

Love it! :o
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