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Suzana Bartal Aug 12
What a wonderful surprise today to be "CD of the day" on Klassik Radio Austria 🇦🇹 : "Suzana Bartal plays in an impressive manner through all three of the volumes of the "Pilgrimage Years" by Franz Liszt" 🙏🤩❤
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Paul Banks - Tenor 🎶🇪🇺 Aug 8
and some real exquisite listening at that. and The sublime . Happy Sunday xxx 🎶🎵🎼
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Susamajii2 Aug 12
Lamenting improvisation based on Liszt's "En Rêve". Even though I've practiced a lot of this melancholy kind of improvisation, I don't often post it. The piano can be such a sad sounding instrument
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Josu Okiñena 9h
[en] One of the promotional images of my album about that I presented this week in San Sebastián. Eleven very little known and intimate compositions by this great pianist of all time
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simplycharly Aug 12
Simply Chopin presents a multifaceted portrait of the great Polish composer and piano virtuoso Frédéric Chopin, who wrote some of the world’s best-loved piano pieces during his tragically short life.
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Susamajii2 Aug 6
100% authentic not sped up octave improvisation by me
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Tippet Rise Aug 7
Our series continues Thurs, Aug 13 at 6PM MT with a stream featuring the extraordinary pianist 's 2019 recital at Tippet Rise. With works by , and -, the stream will remain available through the summer!
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The Piano Files Aug 12
A previously unknown broadcast recording of György has been uploaded to YouTube: a 1964 performance of 's No.1. The glorious sound of this live recording captures his subtleties and dynamic virtuosity perfectly!
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Noel Patterson Aug 9
Thinking back to our holiday hotel in Vienna. Not quite sure why we weren't added to their celebrated previous guest list .
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World Concert Hall Aug 8
Today, Kopachevsky plays and in
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Pierre P. Cherrier Aug 12
For your listening pleasure
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Warner Classics USA Aug 7
🎹 describes 's Wiegenlied (Cradle Song) as "ambiguous", "evoking both the innocence of infancy and the resignation of a life nearing its end." Listen to his rendition of the piece, featured on his next :
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James Fernando Aug 7
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World Concert Hall Aug 9
Right now, the Capricorn Trio performs , Saint-Saëns and in
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Michael Vecchio Aug 7
Eternal geniuses whose masterpieces have never stopped being totally sublime. Having visited the tomb of Chopin, this is particularly emotional for me.
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l'Album Sylvie Vartan Aug 6
♪Valentina Lisitsa plays Franz ’s Hungrian Rhapsody No.2 in Hagia I... (Live 2018)
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Stephen Weber Aug 6
Excited about soon sharing some lighter works by brilliant composers who illumined my path as a performer and composer.
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Matt Drinkwater Aug 5
I remember swearing a lot learning this, but a it's gorgeous once it's there ❤
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James Anderson 🏛 Aug 6
Just gave myself a piano recital to kick the evening off
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Samantha Holderness Aug 10
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