A pianist who regards mathematics as an art form is one of only a handful of Indians who understand its arcane depths
Eknath Ghate’s eyes light up as he explains to your columnist the intricate, chaotic beauty of Fantasie Impromtu, a piece of piano music composed 179 years ago by Frédéric Chopin, a Polish prodigy. Ghate, 44, a pianist schooled in Western classical music, talks of the popular composition’s time signature, a notational convention that signifies tempo.
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