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Browse: Liszt - Valse oubliée No. 3, S.215/3

Composer: Ferencz Liszt (1811–86)Genres: Instrumental » Piano Solos
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  • CD

    Original price ($12.25) Reduced price $9.75

    This item is currently out of stock at the UK distributor. You may order it now but please be aware that it may be six weeks or more before it can be despatched.

    No digital booklet included

  • Liszt Late Masterpieces

    Michele Campanella (piano)

    The piano's sound is slightly but tellingly different from today's cross-strung concert grand...The tone that results is mellow, more than powerful enough, and beautifully clear...Campanella... More…

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  • Camerata Transsylvanica, György Selmeczi

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  • Marco Rapetti (piano)

    CD

    $15.25

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  • Istvan Antal (piano)

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  • Tyler Hay (piano)

    The monumental rhetorical stance of the ‘B-A-C-H’ Fantasy and Fugue poses significant challenges for the pianist, least its grandeur devolve into 12 minutes of undifferentiated banging. Fortunately,... More…

    CD

    $18.75

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  • Nathalia Milstein (piano)

    CD

    $18.00

    Usually despatched in 4 - 5 working days

    This release includes a digital booklet

  • For sheer virtuosic panache and the ability to translate Liszt's ever-changing moods, Leslie Howard must be heard More…

    CD

    $15.75

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    This release includes a digital booklet

  • From 1958-61 live concerts in Moscow & Budapest

    Sviatoslov Richter (piano)

    Hungarian State Orchestra, János Ferencsik

    Richter in his prime and at his best, excelling in music not central to his repertoire. Could even Liszt play better? It seems unlikely. Superb booklet notes. More…

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