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Hadi Karimi Jun 29
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Barky Cat Bros Mar 26
Grabass. Noun. (uncountable) (slang) Horseplay; play fighting, wrestling. Any sort of playful or casual activity that might be mistaken for fighting. (Sound up for Liszt 🙌.)
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Hadi Karimi Jun 18
Been working on this for a couple of hours, thought maybe I'd share the progress this time. 🎶
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Berliner Philharmoniker Apr 3
L is for Savour the composer’s ‘Faust Symphony’ in this 2013 concert with Riccardo Chailly
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Poland.pl Apr 19
In February 1832, at the , Fryderyk gave his 1⃣st concert , which brought him "great reputation". The city's musical elite was in attendance, including . Chopin embarked on a career as a private 🎹 teacher. 🎼
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Wibi Soerjadi Apr 1
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MozartCircle Aug 3
3-REICHA THE EXPERIMENTAL TEACHER/MENTOR OF A NEW GENERATION TO THE 20th CENTURY 2 Just the names of GREAT pupils tell all influence on modern contemporary music, with his new theories & complex rich treatments: !
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🎼Naoya Sakamata🎼 Jul 18
【2020.07.18 Update!!】 Liszt - La Campanella / Synthesia Piano By 📺️🎥YouTube⏬
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medici.tv May 23
🎵🎹 It’s one of the most romantic piano pieces ever and we can’t get enough of it: Liszt’s Liebestraum! This time performed by the fabulous Khatia at 2011. 🎵🎹
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Richard Caiyin Jun 25
Beethoven's symphony No.5 "Fate" transcribed for piano by Liszt !
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JosephJoachim2020 Jan 6
Happy New Year! The provisional program for the bilingual conference Joseph Joachim: Identities/Identitäten is now available online at
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Evgeny Kissin Apr 3
A behind the scenes video of my first rehearsal with Antonio Pappano in Rome from back in October. ~Liszt Concerto #2~
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Music History Jul 19
in 1886 Final public performance by Franz at the Luxemburg Casino.
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Susamajii2 Jul 24
Improvisation based on works from the romantic era
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Sheng Cai Jun 6
Liszt's hungarian Rhapsodies are always fun to perform, especially this one, lots of octaves up and down !
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Simon Lepper Feb 26
An unedited clip from the recording sessions with and . If you want to hear Stéphane sing an Aflat, the CD of Ballads is released March 6
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Martina Filjak Apr 29
Another wonderful review of my album, published in Germany's Crescendo Magazine - grateful that this is happening even during this crazy times:
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Jenina Clarisse Feb 5
Seong-Jin Cho- Liszt, Piano Concerto No. 2 in A Major S. 125: 4. Allegro-animato - Stretto (molto accelerando) with Pittsburgh Symphony Radio and Maestro Manfred Honeck From:
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Jenina Clarisse May 7
Seong-Jin Cho: Liszt, Piano Sonata in B minor, “Lento assai/Grandioso” in participation of ’s -19 fundraiser.
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Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra 3h
Our second Oxford Digital Piano Festival recital is now on our YT channel! Watch Kausikan Rajeshkumar’s recital, as well as all the others as they premiere here: 🎹 (Excerpt of ’s Etude-Tableau in D major, Op.39 No.9)
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