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N. 7 In Re Minore - Liszt*, Gyorgy Cziffra - Rapsodie Ungheresi (Box Set, Album)


9 thoughts on “ N. 7 In Re Minore - Liszt*, Gyorgy Cziffra - Rapsodie Ungheresi (Box Set, Album)

  1. Liszt* - Cziffra* Liszt* - Cziffra* - Polonaise N°.2, Sonnet De Pétrarque N° , Fantaisie Et Fugue Sur Le Nom De B.A.C.H., Un Sospiro, Tarentelle, La Leggierezza, St-François De Paule Marchant Sur Les Eaux ‎ (LP, RE, Gat) Philips: France: Unknown: Sell This Version.
  2. Liszt has been described is the greatest pianist the world has seen. It is not difficult to see why with his pyrotechnic displays on this album. The playing of Michele Campanella is excellent and does justice to the compositions. My favourite pieces are dances 2, 7 and 9 - but they are all very enjoyable/5(34).
  3. Georges Cziffra () invariably polarized critical opinion, arousing stormy controversy everywhere he played. In works by the Viennese classicists Cziffra was rightly censured, yet his performances of Franz Liszt could provoke near hysteria among audiences.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Liszt: 10 Hungarian Rhapsodies - György Cziffra on AllMusic -
  5. Impassioned Liszt is great, as a force, it has a mood of its own, a time of its own. I wouldn't want to listen to Cziffra exclusively because there's Bolet, Horowitz, Stephen Hough, etc, and one must make time for them, but when it's time to listen to Liszt-Cziffra, this CD commands the moment, commands it well and I am in its grip completely/5(9).
  6. Liszt* - Gyorgy Cziffra - Quatre Rapsodies Hongroises ‎ (LP, Mono, RE) Columbia, Plaisir Musical, La Voix De Son Maître FALP PM , 2 xla , FALP PM /5(1).
  7. Dec 29,  · Franz Liszt-- Hungarian Rhapsody No 3 in B flat major Gyorgy Cziffra, piano.
  8. Find album release information for Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies - György Cziffra on AllMusic.
  9. Arranged for orchestra by Liszt and Franz Doppler, –60, as Hungarian Rhapsody No.3 in D major (= S/3) Published –75 by Schuberth & Co. (Leipzig) Orchestral version arranged for piano 4 hands by Liszt, (= S/3).

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