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28

Mar

59 plays

J.S. Bach (1685-1750): Gigue (from French Overture, BWV 831)

Schiff András - piano (20th November 2001, Budapest)

25

Feb

wehadfacesthen:

spectredelarose:

Nini Theilade in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1935

Directed by Max Reinhardt & William Dieterle

23

Feb

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Unknown Hungarian(?) composer with lots of corrections by Liszt Ferenc (1811-1886): Fünf Rumänische Tänze, S129a

Trino Zurita - cello (arrangement), Antonio Simón - piano (Érard, 1884)

"At the Médiathèque Musicale Mahler, in Paris, there is an unpublished manuscript signed by Liszt in Weimar, in June 1875. It is mostly transcribed by the hand of a copyist, with numerous corrections and some passages of varying length interpolated by Liszt himself. Until a few years ago, the piece was listed among the Hungarian composer’s works for violin and piano. However, through study of the original clearly reveals a work composed for cello and piano. The piece is made up of five brief dances, folkloric in nature, which the leading specialists on Liszt’s work, Michael Short and Leslie Howard, have included in their monumental, and as yet unpublished, Thematic Catalogue as S129a. The first modern performance of this unpublished work was given by Trino Zurita and Antonio Simón at San Sebastian’s Quincena Musical in the summer of 2011.” (written by Antonio Simón and Trino Zurita)

18

Jan

Chopin - Waltz Op.Posth in A minor - Animation (by dewenhsu)

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29

Oct

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Kodály Zoltán (1882-1967): Dances of Marosszék

Krausz Adrienne - piano

17

Mar

Riverdance

(by Waleed Al-Ashari)

05

Jan

How to dance Disco (by Lukáš Matějka)

16

Dec

Kodály Zoltán (16th December 1882 - 1967): Dance of Marosszék (1927)

Vásáry Tamás - piano (1997)

22

Oct

Liszt Ferenc: Valse-Impromptu, S. 213

Cziffra György - piano

(by TheVirtuosoPianist)

04

Oct

Kodály Zoltán (1882-1967): Táncnóta (Dancing song)

Kobra Ensemble

(Source: youtube.com)

11

Jun

Rameau Gardin’ wow

Essence of love, dance, fun and sweetness. That’s Rameau

(thx Augustin, via orangejamtw)