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Leslie Howard 16 Dec
Happy Birthday Beethoven! Here's vid of a Beethoven work in it's original piano version, never before recorded.
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Leslie Howard 08 Feb 13
“The key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.” What are your priorities this weekend?
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Leslie Howard 07 Feb 13
One of the finest little books about music is Sullivan’s Beethoven: his Spiritual Development. I wish he had written such a book about Liszt
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Leslie Howard 05 Feb 13
Pop Quiz! What piece was the first to use the low A (A0) on the piano?
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Leslie Howard 05 Feb 13
It is surprising that the piano solo version of Totentanz, which is extremely well done is so rarely encountered.
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Leslie Howard 04 Feb 13
Learning Liszt’s Sonata in B minor? Make sure you have the corrected Urtext Edition:
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Leslie Howard 03 Feb 13
What is your favourite music during the winter season?
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Leslie Howard 02 Feb 13
Piano Tips & Pitfalls | Pictures at an Exhibition. Retweet so we can diminish these common blunders!
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Leslie Howard 01 Feb 13
From the 1988 BBC Proms when I performed with Sir Charles Mackerras:
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Leslie Howard 31 Jan 13
What is your favourite piece in the Harmonies poétiques et religieuses S173 set?
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Leslie Howard 30 Jan 13
Here is an interview I gave on WNCN-FM, New York in 1987!
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Leslie Howard 29 Jan 13
How much is Wagner indebted to Liszt?
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Leslie Howard 28 Jan 13
What are your favourite piano encores?
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Leslie Howard 27 Jan 13
Happy Birthday Mozart! The 3 Da Ponte operas tell you as much about the human condition as any works ever written.
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Leslie Howard 27 Jan 13
Collection of Rachmaninoff video clips, including his voice:
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Leslie Howard 26 Jan 13
The Grosses Konzertsolo is unaccountably neglected by students who would benefit from consulting it before the Sonata!
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Leslie Howard 25 Jan 13
What piano works would you leave the house to hear performed live? Any legendary works that you have only heard about (or on CD)?
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Leslie Howard 24 Jan 13
I am currently listening to _________________. (Fill in the blank)
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Leslie Howard 24 Jan 13
Anyone up for a rousing sing-along next time I’m in your town?
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Leslie Howard 24 Jan 13
The last four studies are among Liszt’s finest works. Busoni’s epithet ‘like a packet of yellow love-letters’ hits the mark.
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