Browse: Liszt - La leggierezza - Étude de concert No. 2, S144
This page lists all recordings of La leggierezza - Étude de concert No. 2, S144 by Ferencz Liszt (1811-86).
From the personal archives of his friend and former pupil, Pavel Lobanov, never-before-released recordings of the Russian Master's famed lessons
Vladimir Sofronitsky (piano/teacher), Pavel Lobanov (pupil)
A fascinating glimpse into the teaching methods of a Russian master pianist...Sofronitsky’s charisma, the fascination he held for so many musicians...shine[s] through...Sofronitsky’s spontaneity... — More…
Eileen Joyce (piano)
This is such a cornucopia of good things it is hard to know where to start...[in the Bach] Joyce's deft, sparingly pedalled light touch, her nonchalant speed and fluency and a palpable enjoyment... — More…
Volume Five: an undated performance, including 1929 Odeon recordings
Simon Barere (1896-1951) piano
Carlo Zecchi (piano), Arrigo Tassinari (flute), Gioconda de Vito (violin)
EIAR Symphony Orchestra, Fernando Previtali
Carlo Zecchi performs his Scarlatti with a delicate bell-like sonority, is a marvel of fleetness, his selection of familiar and unfamiliar numbers spun off with exhilarating brilliance and vivacity.... — More…
Arthur Rubinstein (piano), Van Cliburn (piano), Byron Janis (piano), Philippe Entremont (piano), Yukio Yokoyama (piano), Gary Graffman (piano), Stanislaw Drzewiecki (piano), Kathryn Stott (piano), Evgeny Kissin (piano), Jorge Bolet (piano), John Ogdon (piano), Vladimir Horowitz (piano), Angela Brownridge...