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Category Archives: Franz Liszt
1844 Erard exhibition piano, once played by Franz Liszt. Special one-of-a-kind Erard piano completely restored. Built for the 1844 Paris Exhibition and played by Franz Liszt. Advertisements
Artur Rubinstein plays Liebestraum nº3, Franz Liszt.
Franz Liszt, Liebestraume (“Love’s Dream”), on an Erard piano. Liebestraume by Liszt, played on Erard historic piano (perfectly restored), by Giovanni Velluti. f
Liszt in the World – Documentary. Travel the globe with pianist and UC San Diego Professor Emeritus Cecil Lytle for an in-depth look at the music and long and prolific life of the world’s first international musician, Hungarian composer Franz … Continue reading
BEETHOVEN – transcriptions by Franz Liszt – Yury Martynov on a Erard piano (1837) This is of interest to me as I love the 7th Symphony and it is interesting to see how Franz Liszt transcribed this for piano. I … Continue reading