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Hwan W. Rhee 10h
are a set of 3 piano études by , composed between 1845–49 and published in Paris as Trois caprices poétiques with the 3 individual titles as they are known today. F. Liszt / Trois etudes de Concert, S.144, No.3: 🎧
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Nikolaus Mella 3h
Today marks the 269th anniversary of the birth of the Italian composer, Antonio . He had as disciples 's son, Franz Xaver, , & ! :-) 🇮🇹
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Warner Classics USA Aug 16
“Franz definitely has a special place in my life,” says . On her debut , she plays Consolations and other works by this Romantic composer as well as the works of his contemporary, . Listen to the first two singles🎹:
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Charlie Patterson 7h
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Nolan Miller Aug 12
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Argerichfan 13h
Today: Martha plays Piano Concerto No. 1 in with the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra & Kazuyoshi Akiyama Radio broadcast by
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The Piano Files Aug 15
As I am currently in Lisbon, I thought I would pay tribute to a remarkable Portuguese : the last surviving pupil, José Vianna da Motta. No banging, no rushing, no histrionics... pure music-making with clarity of vision and execution
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Joseph Kingma, Pianist Aug 8
One of my favorite pieces by Liszt. Perfect for a rainy day in South Florida.
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Judy Rae Jae Aug 9
Replying to @9to5Pianist
Very beautiful indeed Julie Ann I adore ...he's my second favorite composer.....👩🎹🙂🎼❤️👍
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Rosaria Rizza Aug 15
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Elgin Symphony Aug 15
Our Franz Liszt was involved in one crazy feud with Brahms. Lucky for us, both the of Liszt and traditional music of Brahms is in the line up this season!
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Orpheus Aug 15
Replying to @mehditranslates
No lifetime is enough for discover
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Elgin Symphony Aug 13
We are one month away from the opening weekend of our 70th Anniversary Season!! Have you purchased your tickets to Liszt & Rachmaninoff yet?
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mozart1205 Aug 11
Listening to “ : Prometheus, S 99” by Bernard Haitink: London Philharmonic Orchestra
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Florian Mitrea Aug 10
There’s nothing quite like this moment in this gigantic piece. Can’t wait to play it tomorrow !
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Radio Classique Live Aug 15
: Concerto pour piano n° 2 - S.Hough / Orch Philh Bergen / A.Litton .
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Portland Piano Int'l Aug 12
When Franz Liszt's talent runs in your veins: Michael Andreas is Liszt's great-great-grandson, and the musical gene was definitely passed down to this teen.
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Emily C. Fransen Aug 9
Hey, you know what’s cool? When you’re in the middle of playing a piece, and your thumb is like.... “Nah, man. I gotta spasm. Come back later.”
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Classical Radio Aug 9
📣 New channels! We’re proud to present 4 brand new channels 🎶 First up; the Liszt channel - The Hungarian virtuoso and composer Franz was a prolific , and one of the most famous concert superstars of the 19th century!
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Judy Rae Jae Aug 14
I've posted this before..well worth watching and listening to.......Thank YOU:)
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