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Braingle Interview #102 - PianistChris

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Smithy*en

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new Posted: 01:59PM Aug 13, 2013

As the sun sets on Skybet's time in the, er, sun, he has asked me to kick off the next interview on his behalf.

To keep the British (Overseas Territory) theme going, I present to you, our next victim and winner of Most Tanned Brit 2013:

PianistChris

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new Posted: 04:04PM Aug 13, 2013

Welcome to the hotseat, Chris!

1. What is your most burning ambition?

2. If you went into a public toilet, which cubicle would you choose if there were 5 in a row?

3. Which person in the world would you say you are most like, and why?

4. If you won a Nobel Prize, what would it be for?

5. Which person, past or present, do you hate the most?


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PianistChrisAgi

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new Posted: 04:35PM Aug 13, 2013


Well... It seems you people now have a good reason to dive into my Gibbo personal life.

SKYBET
1. What is your most burning ambition?
Hmm... Not thought of that at all.

Ideally what I would like is to earn enough money to live in a house up the Rock of Gibraltar. I might add, in Gibraltar, it is full of flats, with houses being a rarity and usually up the rock and costing around 50,000 to 1/2 Million. The reason for this is so I can live in Gibraltar whilst having the luxury of peace and quiet from the cluster of, friendly, people. To achieve this I want to be an expert at programming and have the ability to work from home, which usually is easy to do as a programmer. My ideal place in programming would be in gaming - I would love to work on 1st party PC or console games, and I'd love to work on 2nd party games as any app, so I'm hoping the opportunity will arise when I return to Gibraltar from University.

Concerning hobbies, I would like to also reach a master level at my piano performance, though tricky, I'm thankfully already quite far in my piano skills. Another one of my ambitions is to open a large dog shelter in Gibraltar. Little background info: Gibraltar is NOT an ideal place for dogs, as there are 'forbidden' signs everywhere and its at the point where dogs aren't allowed on the beach...IN WINTER! So, on top of having a good amount of dogs as pets, I'd like to be able to help care for strays and the rest.

2. If you went into a public toilet, which cubicle would you choose if there were 5 in a row?
Hmm... I'm going to assume this is your ordinary public toilet and in which case I would say that I don't use them. Unless on the verge of defalcating myself. But if I had to choose I would chose the first one. Why might you ask? Well... The first one is psychologically going to be missed by the person looking for a cubicle, as they would either assume someone already got to the first one, or didn't want to be bothered by people walking around, the second one would be the first I'd think people would go for, the third is the third, the fourth is the fourth, and there is likely to be some sort of dirty undergoing in the last cubicle as its furthest from the entrance to the toilet.

3. Which person in the world would you say you are most like, and why?
I'm not sure what to say.

I'd say I'm sort of like Matt Smith's version of the Doctor in Doctor Who: I'm kind, thoughful and come up with brilliant ideas, and usually know how to deal with difficult situations, and I am also quite 'goofy' in how I think and how I speak. However, to reach what I am like, you would have to replace 'brilliant ideas' with 'brilliant ideas that everyone else thinks are daft, and they are usually right', replace 'usually know how to deal with difficult situations' with 'knows how to deal with difficult situations, but there's usually a much easier and logical way' and though I can be 'goofy' in the way I think and speak, its usually much more dark in humor...

4. If you won a Nobel Prize, what would it be for?
I feel as if this is a sarcastic joke directed at me...

I think I would win a noble prize for some weird and fantastical idea I came up with that worked. I, and Sky can back this up, am quite odd in the sense that I come up with the strangest ideas... More often than not because I suddenly grasped an idea and didn't think it quite through, and usually Sky is there to correct me, much to my dismay.

So if I were to be offered a Nobel Prize, it would be for something weird that people thought wasn't, which is unlikely to happen.

5. Which person, past or present, do you hate the most?
Lets see...

Jack the Ripper I'd say. I suppose a better choice would be someone such as Hitler who murdered in the masses, but I dunno... Thinking about it, I can't help but gain a greater dislike for someone who murdered thoughtfully and with the intention of carving victims to his delight. I remember seeing the image of his last murder victim, and seeing, (as best as the photograph would allow), the ripped facial features and after learning how the young girl had cried for help, only to be ignored, I don't know, it pulls at me harder.

Not to say that I like Hitler more than the Ripper... I understand the foul things that went on in the concentration camps. But as I said; when someone takes the time to attack people for the intention of slowly carving them up and letting them slowly and painfully die - I just find that more sinister.



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JQPublic

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new Posted: 11:05PM Aug 13, 2013

Darn ... I missed Sky's interview ... I should be more active.

(I do check every day, but not every forum and I haven't been clicking on GD, so ...)

I have lots to ask you, Chris .

1. What is the hardest piece you've ever played?
2. Favourite baroque composer?
3. Favourite classical composer? (excluding late-classical early-romantic)
4. Favourite romantic composer? (excluding late-classical early-romantic, including Debussy, Ravel, Rach, Fauré, Scriabin, etc.)
5. Favourite modern composer? (including Poulenc, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, etc.)


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new Posted: 01:06AM Aug 14, 2013

Hey Chris

1. What's the deal with your tan?

2. Have you been to any performances or concerts, and (if so) which was your favourite?

3. What's the most inconvenient thing about living in Gibraltar?

4. What's something about Gibraltar that most outsiders don't usually know about it?

5. How many total countries have you travelled to?


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PianistChrisAgi

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new Posted: 03:53AM Aug 14, 2013


JQPublic

1. What is the hardest piece you've ever played?
The most difficult piece I have played would have to be Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata Movement 1 and Movement 3.

Both Movement 1 and 3 of that Sonata are the two most difficult pieces I have used in my performance, and no matter what, my music teacher would not give me much praise for it, but that helped me to practice harder. I would have included another piece, which would be Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Movement 3, as that is the MOST difficult piece I have ever had the pleasure of learning, but I only managed to get to about halfway through the piece before I went to University, and I never performed that piece in public.

2. Favourite baroque composer?
Hmm, split between Henry Purcell and Johnann Sebastian Bach. I think I will go with Bach though.

I've studied Bach greatly, and he was the composer my music teacher loved to force on us, especially when it came to his Chorales, and his 'invention' of the modern scale. I always heavily dislike Bach when I studied music, but that was mainly because of the work we had to do about him. Looking back on it, there's few other Baroque composers that I prefer compared to the brilliance of Bach and his work.

3. Favourite classical composer? (excluding late-classical early-romantic)
Beethoven. Hand's down.

Though Beethoven was considered in his own era, due to the fact that he was a mixture of a classical composer and a romantic composer, I will include him here in the classical question because he's more classical in my view. What I love about Beethoven's pieces is the robustness that he puts into his music. An example would be his Pathetique Sonata 1st Movement. If you listen to the opening, and the part in which the piece speeds up the tempo, you will understand what I mean. He is very dominant when he performs on the piano in the sense that he always sounds like he owns it.

4. Favourite romantic composer? (excluding late-classical early-romantic, including Debussy, Ravel, Rach, Fauré, Scriabin, etc.)
Not too much a fan of the romantic era I must say. If I had to choose...Frederic Chopin.

Listening to his pieces just astound me. As Beethoven, Chopin knows how to own a piano performance, but he does it through very complicated rhythms and sequences, and it is that complexity that would cause me to pick him as my favorite.

5. Favourite modern composer? (including Poulenc, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, etc.)
Difficult Question.

I'd say, for now at least, Ludovico Einaudi. His pieces tend to be simplistic in rhythm and style, and they repeat quite often (which is more noticeable in a simple piece). But with his music comes a lot of emotion, and that's what pulls me towards him. I would also like to add John Cage here too, just because he is such an interesting composer in the way he works, (take a look at his 4"33 piece, or his interview on his description of music). If you want to take a look at an example of Ludovico Einaudi, I would suggest looking at his piece entitled 'Anacora'.

HarryPutter

1. What's the deal with your tan?
I was genetically modified at birth.

Well, I live in sunny Gibraltar, where the temperature can get as high as 42 degree +. A lot of the time, I don't bother putting on much sun screen, so when I go to the beach I burn and burn and burn. But I usually tan in the most oddest of places... an example would be my kneecaps, my feet, my inner thigh... But yes, that's the deal with my tan.

2. Have you been to any performances or concerts, and (if so) which was your favourite?

Hmm... I have been to performances and concerts here in Gibraltar, and have participated in a few of them. I've gone to see various Virtuoso Violinists and Pianists and Cellists and Flutists, and etc. But I have never gone to see a proper full orchestra, which I am hoping to do soon. (Unfortunately, it is both difficult to get that sort of group over to Gibraltar, and find a suitable venue for them).

3. What's the most inconvenient thing about living in Gibraltar?

I would say, for Gibraltarian's it is living next to Spain. If you were to take a look at Gibraltar, or UK news at the moment, you would find various articles about how Spain wants Gibraltar to be Spanish, and we are doing everything wrong and blah blah blah. Gibraltar is constantly used as a scapegoat by the Spanish Government whenever they are in trouble, as they currently are.

Other than that, there's not much inconvenience, unless you count apes that climb down to the streets, and are sometimes seen travelling upon the top of a bus.

4. What's something about Gibraltar that most outsiders don't usually know about it?

I would have to say how British Gibraltar is. Though we are influenced by Spain, there have been many people who stated Gibraltar was more British than Britain. Here there are many, MANY fish and chip places, with freshly caught fish. We have a truckload of tourists who go to the main street to take pictures in front of our red phone boxes, which I learnt from British tourists was apparently lacking in Britain and I don't think you will find another place in the world more proud to be British... And I am not joking, when National Day occurs, everyone is chanting for Britain, whilst drinking... 30,000 people dressed in red and white.

5. How many total countries have you travelled to?
I'll make a list for this one:

1. Spain
2. England
3. Poland
4. ...

Actually, that's about it. Quite sad really... I need to get out more.



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JQPublic

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new Posted: 09:44AM Aug 14, 2013

Phew ... Then your hardest piece is also mine.

Pathétique is my favourite Beethoven piece too - I like it even better than the hard ones like the Tempest and Les Adieux. I must say, though, I'm really surprised you don't like the Romantic period (personally, it's my favourite) ... I think should listen to Brahms' two rhapsodies and the Op 118 No 2 intermezzo, Liszt's fourth Consolation, second Liebestraume, 19th Hungarian Rhapsody, Dante sonata, Tortentanz and late works like grey clouds, all of Mendelssohn's SWWs, Scriabin's Op. 8 No. 12 étude, Schumann's Walderscenen and Abegg variations, Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy, etc., and see if you change your mind.

Also, thanks for the suggestion, but I'm not a big fan of Einaudi (and composers with a similar style like Yiruma). IMHO, he's better off making electronic music and soundtracks for video games and films. He just doesn't has the touch as the classical greats like Beethoven and Chopin do. (TBH, I think I could compose his kind of music myself ...)

but anyway, more questions

1. Least favourite composer apart from Schoenberg (since everyone seems to hate Schoenberg)?
2. Favourite high-level (compiled) programming language?
3. Favourite server-side scripting language?
4. Favourite DBMS?
5. What is the one social problem in Gibraltar you would most like to fix, and how would you fix it (given the power to do so)?


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new Posted: 11:18AM Aug 14, 2013

Just have one question for you:

Out of all your programs you made, which one are you the proudest of?


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PianistChrisAgi

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new Posted: 05:24AM Aug 15, 2013


Right...

JQPublic

1. Least favourite composer apart from Schoenberg (since everyone seems to hate Schoenberg)?

I'm going to keep this to the past, because if it was nowadays I'd need to give you a list, and that would take a couple of pages...

Quite difficult to choose from, as there's not many I would think were least favourite. I have a decent amount of knowledge about past composers, and I've listened to a vast variety of pieces, but to pick one I least favour. I think I will choose Luciano Berio. First off, let me start by saying that I believe Berio to be brilliant and his pieces inspiring; but the reason I'd say he is my least favourite is because I would not return to listening to his pieces, especially not his Sequenza works, and I believe he was the composer I least wanted to study, simply because I did not enjoy the music - I understand that his music in Sequenza might have served as more of a though process than enjoyment, but I still wouldn't return to his works.

2. Favourite high-level (compiled) programming language?
Favourite language...

I'd have to say HTML5. I would have gone for C#, but I found that, although I disliked it at first, I really enjoyed using HTML5; and this would include jQuery and Javascript too. I find the language easy to use in the sense that the code is made up of English, compared to a language like C where its nothing but gibberish, and with the flexibility it has with databases and the range of abilities it is used for, (Online Games, Websites, Online Databases, etc), I'd have to say that it is definitely my favourite at this time. Though next year I may be turning on to C++ programming coupled with an OpenGL library, we shall see.

3. Favourite server-side scripting language?

This answer will be quite short I am afraid as my server-side scripting language isn't very wide. I've only used Javascript, so unfortunately I only have knowledge and experience with Javascript. But, saying that, I still greatly enjoy the language, and have used it for addon's in websites such as sliders, videos, etc. and I have used it to create mods for a game - So at the current time, Javascript would have to be my favourite server-side scripting language.

4. Favourite DBMS?

This will be an even shorter answer I am afraid. I have little expeirence with MySQL databases, and it's the only type of DBM I have used. Currently there is not much that I need a DBM for, so I don't get to use it much at all. From the little experience I've had with it, I would have to say that I don't like it at the moment. When I began using, my University tutor gave us a, what I think was, University created MySQL site, and it was horribly managed so I had horrible experiences with it. I was attempting to introduce a high-score system and my tutor, rather than explain the code to me, just implemented it....

I'm hoping next University year to further my understanding of DBMS.

5. What is the one social problem in Gibraltar you would most like to fix, and how would you fix it (given the power to do so)?
Pride.

A big social problem, in my opinion, is that Gibraltar's people are much too proud to be British. I don't find this a bad thing, at all, I'm proud to be British, but when you let that pride help govern Gibraltar, problems are caused and pride grows stronger. Let me explain:

The Spanish Government changed, then the Gibraltar Government changed to a party that was known to have problems with the new Spanish party in Government. Later, Spanish fishermen were fishing in Gibraltar's waters with tiny nets because the fish around the coast of Spain were dissapearing due to their use of tiny nets. We told them to bugger off, heated debates ensued, Spain tried to declare Gibraltar Spanish, etc.

Now, to my point. Instead of trying to help cities close to Gibraltar with their debt, therefore trying to approach the heated verbal war helpfully, (though Gibraltar does help Spain in many ways), our government leader was on a podium with Gibraltarien Cuflets shouting 'We are British and we will remain British!!' Which ofcourse, caused more problems...

extremeblueness

1. Out of all your programs you made, which one are you the proudest of?

Well, my part on programming focuses on games. But I must say that what I am most proud of is a penguin game that I have developed with a team of three, including myself. This was called Penguin Slide and was a simple game where you use the arrow keys to slide across the ice in attempts to reach a goal. Very simple. The reason I'd say it is my proudest game is because it was programmed using C which is a language made up of gibberish and complex ways to achieve things. We had spent a long time trying to get different things to work, but we had so many errors it wasn't even funny. Once the game was complete, it turned out to be one of the best of the class if not the best, and was highly praised at a convention we set up in. (Brilliant 1st year game haha).

Here's a link to the site where you can find the game. Simple to set up, won't take that long. You can also find some other games I've done too: (Though I'd ignore BlayZ, that was a bit of a fail).

WEBSITE




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new Posted: 08:42AM Aug 17, 2013

I was actually asking about compiled languages for #2, but I figured that would be c#. (BTW, JS is actually a client-side scripting language.) Anyway ...

1. Do you think HTML5 will beat Flash?
2. What makes you like C#, and what features of C# do you like that are not present/as good in languages of a similar level?
3. What is your favourite thing about Gibraltar?
4. If you were allowed to learn instantly and perfectly one extremely difficult piece (Gaspard de la Nuit, Hammerklavier, Islamey, Transcendental Etudes, that sort of thing), which one would you choose?
5. In your opinion, who is the greatest Gibraltarian in Gibraltar's history?


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new Posted: 09:39AM Aug 17, 2013

1. Why is C#, aka Java 2.0, better than Java?
2. Have you heard of a site called Project Euler?
3. If so, have you done any of the problems? How many?


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PianistChrisAgi

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Sorry for the late reply, been a little busy.

JQPublic
Haha, figures I get the type of code wrong. I'm useless at that part, in the sense that I'm used to being told a language to code in and coding in it.

1. Do you think HTML5 will beat Flash?

Yes, yes and yes. I believe whole-heartidly that Flash will disappear to be replaced by HTML5. Now, I am being a little biased here because I've had bad experiences with Flash, but Flash can't be around forever, and HTML5 seems like a very good contender to take it over. The reason is simply because of control. Rather than have to rely on a third-party application like Flash, programmers can develop media directly and work with it to their liking.

2. What makes you like C#, and what features of C# do you like that are not present/as good in languages of a similar level?

What I love about C# in the simplicity of the language. Starting out programming last year, I found the beginning to be quite confusing, and with all the languages being forced down on me by my University, it was quite a relief that C# was so easy to use. Once I started with the language, I got a much better understanding of how everything worked, code-wise, and I suppose that's why it's my favourite language so far. I could say the same about HTML5, in that it is also simple, but what C# has that HTML5 doesn't is the ability to put everything into classes. In my opinion, C# has the best organized environment, though I suppose alot of that is contributed to Visual Studio - but still, with the simplicity and the ease of use, C# is still my favourite.

3. What is your favourite thing about Gibraltar?

Hmm. I won't say the Sun, heat or beaches, because you can find that pretty much anywhere else. What I would say is the community. Gibraltar is a generally safe place to live in, and everyone knows eachother or is related to eachother in some weird fashion. We had one problem with a robbery a couple of years ago, and a scam someone had commited where he shot himself in the foot and blamed it on Spanish smugglers, but other than that, I can't emember anyone who was murdered, or brutally beaten, or kidnapped, or raped, or anything else, at least not for a good long amount of years - a lot of English people come to live in Gibraltar, just because of how safe it is.

But I digress. What I love is the comminuty and the friendliness everyone has with eachother. You won't find any streets where people are kept to themselves. Because of this, Gibrlatar is just such a friendly safe place to live.

4. If you were allowed to learn instantly and perfectly one extremely difficult piece (Gaspard de la Nuit, Hammerklavier, Islamey, Transcendental Etudes, that sort of thing), which one would you choose?

One? Just one?

Beethoven : Sonata Hammerklavier opus 106. I've stated my reasons for my love for Beethoven in a previous question, but if there is any piece that I would want to learn instantaneously, it would be that piece. It has the 'pompous' or robust qualities that I love about Beethoven, coupled with a sweet, low melody that regains it robustness at a later point, whilst having rushed-type sections that just add to the overall brilliance.

5. In your opinion, who is the greatest Gibraltarian in Gibraltar's history?

Very difficult question. I know great events in history, but not many great people.

I'd have to say Albert Hammond simply because he is the one I know best, though that's not saying much. What I know about him is that he is an internationally well-known singer/songwriter, and he has sponsered quite a few events that I was part of. Apologies for the short answer, but I'm not good with historical people of Gibraltar haha.

extremeblueness

1. Why is C#, aka Java 2.0, better than Java?

C# is an overall much simpler and more well organized language. When I simpler though, I do not mean it has less involvement in coding that other languages; I simply mean to say that it follows more of the English language in coding, rather than use what I like to call 'understandable gibberish'. There is plenty of things that can be done in C#. It is also the first language that i got used to and enjoyed using, so I suppose that came into play in my liking of it too. I am not saying at all that Java is a bad language, or that it has less usefulness, but I will say that C# has better user-friendly ability than Java does.

2. Have you heard of a site called Project Euler?

I have never heard of that site, but I wouldn't mind taking a look.

3. If so, have you done any of the problems? How many?

This site, after a good look, seems to be quite interesting. From what I'm getting, it follows difficult mathematical problems. I'm not all that great at maths though, might be a problem when it comes to coding, but my problem solving skills and creativity make up for that!

I, at the moment have done no problems, but I will give some a try.



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What's the most interesting thing about Gibraltar?

I'm just an ordinary average guy with nothing to lose.
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