Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Fantasia on Paganini's La campanella
Franz Liszt 4:14
2 Nocturne No.3 in A flat major (Reve d'amour)
Franz Liszt 4:51
3 Mephisto Waltz No.1 (d'apres le Faust de Lenau)
Franz Liszt 11:22
4 Les Jeux d'eau à la Villa d'Este
Franz Liszt 7:21
5 Valse Oubliées No.1 in F sharp major
Franz Liszt 2:56
6 Rhapsodie espagnole
Franz Liszt 12:24
7 Valse impromptu
Franz Liszt 6:45
8 La Ronde des lutins (Concert Etude No.2)
Franz Liszt 2:48
9 Grand Galop Chromatique
Franz Liszt 3:23
10 Apres une lecture de Dante (fantasia quasi sonata)
Franz Liszt 15:23
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Polonaise d'Eugène Onéguine
Franz Liszt 5:52
2 Rigoletto, paraphrase de concert
Franz Liszt 7:18
3 Tarantelle de bravoure sur des thèmes de " La Muette de Portici"
Franz Liszt 7:39
4 Valse de Faust
Franz Liszt 10:48
5 Improvisation sur les thèmes de Guillaume Tell (Rossini)
Georges Cziffra 13:48
6 Valse triste (Vecsey)
Georges Cziffra 3:00
7 Tritsch-tratsch polka (Johann Strauss)
Georges Cziffra 3:25
8 Le beau Danube bleu (Johann Strauss)
Georges Cziffra 8:28
9 Danse hongroise no. 5 (Brahms)
Georges Cziffra 3:34
10 Fantaisie roumaine (Improvisation dans le style tzigane)
Georges Cziffra 11:07
11 Le Vol du bourdon (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Georges Cziffra 2:55
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Islamey
Милий Алексеевич Балакирев 8:34
2 Toccata Op. 7
Robert Schumann 4:54
3 Mendelssohn: Andante & rondo capriccioso, Op. 14
Georges Cziffra 6:16
4 Rondo Op.11
Johann Nepomuk Hummel 4:38
5 Polonaise Op.89
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:13
6 Rondo a capriccio, op. 129
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:11
7 Andantino en si mineur
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 3:49
8 Bourrée en mi bemol majeur
Johann Ludwig Krebs 1:24
9 Sonate K. 159
Domenico Scarlatti 2:23
10 Le Tic-toc-choc ou Les Maillotins
François Couperin 2:40
11 Les Barricades mystérieuses
François Couperin 2:33
12 L'Anguille
François Couperin 3:06
13 La Bandoline
François Couperin 2:42
14 Les Petits Moulins à vent
François Couperin 1:47
15 Les Folies françaises
François Couperin 7:18
16 La Poule
Jean-Philippe Rameau 3:03
17 Le Rappel des oiseaux
Jean-Philippe Rameau 2:58
18 Gavotte en rondeau
Jean‐Baptiste Lully 3:57
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Variations en ut majeur, WoO 78
Ludwig van Beethoven 8:39
2 12 Variations en la majeur, WoO 71
Ludwig van Beethoven 12:16
3 32 Variations en ut mineur, WoO 80
Ludwig van Beethoven 10:53
4 Fantaisie en fa mineur, Op. 49
Frédéric Chopin 12:35
5 Variations sur un theme de Paganini, 1er cahier
Johannes Brahms 11:45
6 Variations sur un theme de Paganini, 2ème cahier
Johannes Brahms 9:09
CD 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Piano Sonata No.8 "Pathetique" I
Ludwig van Beethoven 9:04
2 Piano Sonata No.8 "Pathetique" II
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:01
3 Piano Sonata No.8 "Pathetique" III
Ludwig van Beethoven 4:39
4 Piano Sonata No.10 I
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:39
5 Piano Sonata No.10 II
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:04
6 Piano Sonata No.10 III
Ludwig van Beethoven 3:24
7 Piano Sonata No.12 I
Ludwig van Beethoven 8:17
8 Piano Sonata No.12 II
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:59
9 Piano Sonata No.12 III
Ludwig van Beethoven 7:04
10 Piano Sonata No.12 IV
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:53
11 Piano Sonata No.13 I
Ludwig van Beethoven 6:25
12 Piano Sonata No.13 II
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:19
13 Piano Sonata No.13 III
Ludwig van Beethoven 8:59
CD 6
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Carnaval Op. 9 Preambule
Robert Schumann 2:20
2 Carnaval Op. 9 Pierrot
Robert Schumann 0:55
3 Carnaval Op. 9 Arlequin
Robert Schumann 0:39
4 Carnaval Op. 9 Valse noble
Robert Schumann 1:20
5 Carnaval Op. 9 Eusebius
Robert Schumann 1:43
6 Carnaval Op. 9 Florestan
Robert Schumann 1:04
7 Carnaval Op. 9 Coquette
Robert Schumann 1:06
8 Carnaval Op. 9 Replique
Robert Schumann 0:49
9 Carnaval Op. 9 Papillons
Robert Schumann 0:45
10 Carnaval Op. 9 A.S.C.H., S.C.H.A., lettres dansantes
Robert Schumann 0:44
11 Carnaval Op. 9 Chiarina
Robert Schumann 0:50
12 Carnaval Op. 9 Chopin
Robert Schumann 1:31
13 Carnaval Op. 9 Estrella
Robert Schumann 0:25
14 Carnaval Op. 9 Reconnaissance
Robert Schumann 1:46
15 Carnaval Op. 9 Pantalon et Colombine
Robert Schumann 0:51
16 Carnaval Op. 9 Calse allemande Intermezzo: Paganini
Robert Schumann 2:15
17 Carnaval Op. 9 Aveu
Robert Schumann 1:10
18 Carnaval Op. 9 Promenade
Robert Schumann 2:12
19 Carnaval Op. 9 Pause
Robert Schumann 0:17
20 Carnaval Op. 9 Danse des Davisbundler contre les Philistins
Robert Schumann 4:00
21 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 I Des Abends
Robert Schumann 3:14
22 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 II Aufschwung
Robert Schumann 3:32
23 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 III Warum
Robert Schumann 3:04
24 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 IV Grillen
Robert Schumann 3:08
25 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 V In Der Nacht
Robert Schumann 4:08
26 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 VI Fabel
Robert Schumann 2:41
27 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 VII Traumes Wirren
Robert Schumann 2:13
28 Fantasiestucke Op. 12 VIII Ende Vom Lied
Robert Schumann 6:52
29 Carnaval de Vienne Op. 26 I
Robert Schumann 10:14
30 Carnaval de Vienne Op. 26 II
Robert Schumann 2:17
31 Carnaval de Vienne Op. 26 III
Robert Schumann 1:56
32 Carnaval de Vienne Op. 26 IV
Robert Schumann 2:20
33 Carnaval de Vienne Op. 26 V
Robert Schumann 5:56
CD 7
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Fantaisie hongroise en fa majeur
Franz Liszt 14:32
2 Totentanz, paraphrase sur le "Dies irae"
Franz Liszt 14:53
3 Variations symphoniques
César Franck 15:18
4 Concerto pour piano en la mineur: I. Allegro molto moderato
Edvard Grieg 13:47
5 Concerto pour piano en la mineur: II. Adagio
Edvard Grieg 7:03
6 Concerto pour piano en la mineur: III. Allegro moderato molto e marcato
Edvard Grieg 10:27
CD 8
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Concerto no. 2 pour piano en la majeur: I. Adagio sostenuto
Franz Liszt 3:55
2 Concerto no. 2 pour piano en la majeur: II. Allegro agitato assai
Franz Liszt 3:12
3 Concerto no. 2 pour piano en la majeur: III. Allegro moderato
Franz Liszt 6:13
4 Concerto no. 2 pour piano en la majeur: IV. Allegro deciso
Franz Liszt 2:53
5 Concerto no. 2 pour piano en la majeur: V. Marziale, un poco meno allegro
Franz Liszt 4:16
6 Concerto no. 2 pour piano en la majeur: VI. Allegro animato
Franz Liszt 1:45
7 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en mi bémol majeur: I. Allegro maestoso
Franz Liszt 5:45
8 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en mi bémol majeur: II. Quasi adagio
Franz Liszt 4:51
9 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en mi bémol majeur: III. Allegretto vivace
Franz Liszt 4:14
10 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en mi bémol majeur: IV. Allegro marziale animato
Franz Liszt 4:16
11 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en si bémol mineur: I. Allegro
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 18:54
12 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en si bémol mineur: II. Andante semplice
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 6:44
13 Concerto no. 1 pour piano en si bémol mineur: III. Allegro con fuoco
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 6:37

Credits

CD 1

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1956-12 – 1957-03) (tracks 1–9)
Georges Cziffra (1965-01-30) (track 10)
arranger:
Franz Liszt (track 2)
composer:
Franz Liszt (tracks 3, 7, 9–10)
Franz Liszt (1838 – 1840) (track 1)
Franz Liszt (1850) (track 2)
Franz Liszt (1862 – 1863) (track 8)
Franz Liszt (1863) (track 6)
Franz Liszt (1877) (track 4)
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1956-12 – 1957-03) (tracks 1–9)
part of:
The Music of Liszt (number: S. 219) (track 9)
arrangement of:
O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst, S. 298/2 (second version) (track 2)
arrangements:
Fantasia quasi Concerto "After Reading Dante" (arranged by Dreznin) (track 10)
Grand Galop chromatique, S. 616 (for piano four hands) (track 9)
has revision:
Grand galop chromatique, S. 219 bis (simplified version) (track 9)
Valse-Impromptu, S. 213 bis (simplified version) (track 7)
Valse-Impromptu, S. 213a (extended revision) (track 7)
is based on:
is the basis for:
orchestration of:
orchestrations:
Rhapsodie espagnole, BV B 58 (for piano and orchestra, Busoni) (track 6)
part of:
recording of:
Grand galop chromatique en mi bémol majeur, S. 219 (1956-12 – 1957-03) (track 9)
Les Jeux d'eaux à la Villa d'Este, S. 163 no. 4 (1956-12 – 1957-03) (track 4)
Rhapsodie espagnole, S. 254, R. 90 (1956-12 – 1957-03) (track 6)
Valse-Impromptu, S. 213 (1956-12 – 1957-03) (track 7)
Zwei Konzertetüden, S. 145, Nr. 2: Gnomenreigen (1956-12 – 1957-03) (track 8)

CD 2

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1956-12 – 1957-12) (tracks 5–11)
Georges Cziffra (1956-12-27) (track 1)
Georges Cziffra (1958-01-15) (tracks 3–4)
Georges Cziffra (1959-07) (track 2)
composer:
Franz Liszt (tracks 1–2, 4)
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1956-12 – 1957-12) (tracks 5–11)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1956-12-27) (track 1)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958-01-15) (tracks 3–4)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1959-07) (track 2)
part of:
The Music of Liszt (number: S. 434) (track 2)
is based on:
Faust (track 4)
recording of:
Polonaise aus Tschaikowskys „Eugen Onegin“, S. 429 (for solo piano, Liszt) (1956-12-27) (track 1)
Valse de l'opéra "Faust", S. 407 (1958-01-15) (track 4)

CD 3

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1956-12 – 1957-03) (tracks 5, 7–10)
Georges Cziffra (1956-12 – 1957-05) (track 1)
Georges Cziffra (1956-12 – 1957-12) (track 4)
Georges Cziffra (1958-02-25) (track 6)
Georges Cziffra (1960-12-19 – 1960-12-21) (track 2)
Georges Cziffra (1968) (track 3)
Georges Cziffra (1980-04 – 1981-06) (tracks 11–18)
composer:
Милий Алексеевич Балакирев (Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev) (track 1)
François Couperin (French composer of the Baroque era) (tracks 10–15)
Jean‐Philippe Rameau (French composer of the Baroque era) (tracks 16–17)
Domenico Scarlatti (track 9)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1795) (track 6)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1814) (track 5)
Felix Mendelssohn (1824) (track 3)
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (1829 – 1833) (track 2)
dedicated to:
Ludwig Schunke (track 2)
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1980-04 – 1981-06) (tracks 11–18)
part of:
Works of Mily Balakirev by opus number (number: op. 18) (track 1)
Works of Robert Schumann by opus number (number: op. 7) (track 2)
Works of Felix Mendelssohn by opus number (number: op. 14) (track 3)
Works of Ludwig van Beethoven by opus number (number: op. 129) (track 6)
arrangements:
Les Baricades mystérieuses (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
Les Barricades mistérieuses (for five players, Adès) (track 11)
is the basis for:
later versions:
Islamey (for two pianos, Yoffe) (track 1)
orchestrations:
"Islamey, Oriental Fantasy", op. 18 (orchestrated by Casella) (track 1)
Oriental Fantasy, op. 18 "Islamey" (orchestrated by Lyapunov) (track 1)
part of:
parts:
recording of:
"Islamey, Oriental Fantasy", op. 18 (for solo piano, original version) (1956-12 – 1957-05) (track 1)
Toccata in C major, op. 7 (1960-12-19 – 1960-12-21) (track 2)
Rondo capriccioso, op. 14 (1968) (track 3)
Nouvelles Suites de Pièces de Clavecin: La Poule (1980-04 – 1981-06) (track 16)

CD 4

piano:
Georges Cziffra (tracks 5–6)
Georges Cziffra (1956-12-27) (track 4)
Georges Cziffra (1957-12-19) (track 3)
Georges Cziffra (1958-01-14) (track 1)
Georges Cziffra (1958-02-15 – 1958-06-13) (track 2)
composer:
Johannes Brahms (tracks 5–6)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1796 – 1797) (track 2)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1802 – 1803) (track 1)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1806) (track 3)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1841) (track 4)
dedicated to:
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1956-12-27) (track 4)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1957-12-19) (track 3)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958-01-14) (track 1)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958-02-15 – 1958-06-13) (track 2)
part of:
Works of Fryderyk Chopin by opus number (number: op. 49) (track 4)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 71) (track 2)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 78) (track 1)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 80) (track 3)
is based on:
God Save the Queen (national anthem of several countries in the British Commonwealth) (track 1)
is the basis for:
part of:
parts:
recording of:
Fantaisie in F minor, op. 49 (1956-12-27) (track 4)

CD 5

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1965-01-30) (tracks 7–10)
Georges Cziffra (1968-04 – 1968-06) (tracks 4–6, 11–13)
Georges Cziffra (1970-01 – 1970-03) (tracks 1–3)
composer:
Ludwig van Beethoven (1798) (tracks 1–3)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1798 – 1799) (tracks 4–6)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1800 – 1801) (tracks 7–13)
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1968-04 – 1968-06) (tracks 4–6, 11–13)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1970-01 – 1970-03) (tracks 1–3)
arrangements:
is the basis for:
Concerto (track 2)
Great Expectations (track 2)
Interludio (track 2)
Overture (track 1)
This Night (track 2)
part of:
parts:
recording of:
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Romance (track 2)

CD 6

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (tracks 21–28)
Georges Cziffra (1957-04) (tracks 1–20)
Georges Cziffra (1958-06-06 – 1958-12-02) (tracks 29–33)
composer:
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (– 1837-07) (tracks 21–28)
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (1834 – 1835) (tracks 1–20)
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (tracks 21–28)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1957-04) (tracks 1–20)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1958-06-06 – 1958-12-02) (tracks 29–33)
orchestrations:
Carnaval, op. 9: I. Préambule (for orchestra, arr. Maurice Ravel) (track 1)
Carnaval, op. 9: IV. Marche des "Davidsbündler" (for orchestra, arr. Maurice Ravel) (track 20)
part of:
Fantasiestücke, op. 12 (tracks 21–28)
Carnaval, op. 9 (for piano) (tracks 1–20)
recording of:
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: I. Des Abends (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 21)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: II. Aufschwung (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 22)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: III. Warum? (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 23)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: IV. Grillen (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 24)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: V. In der Nacht (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 25)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: VI. Fabel (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 26)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: VII. Traumes Wirren (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 27)
Fantasiestücke, op. 12: VIII. Ende vom Lied (1956-12-16 – 1957-01-04) (track 28)
Carnaval, op. 9: I. Préambule (1957-04) (track 1)
Carnaval, op. 9: II. Pierrot (1957-04) (track 2)
Carnaval, op. 9: III. Arlequin (1957-04) (track 3)
Carnaval, op. 9: IV. Valse noble (1957-04) (track 4)
Carnaval, op. 9: IX. Papillons (1957-04) (track 9)
Carnaval, op. 9: V. Eusebius (1957-04) (track 5)
Carnaval, op. 9: VI. Florestan (1957-04) (track 6)
Carnaval, op. 9: VII. Coquette (1957-04) (track 7)
Carnaval, op. 9: VIII. Réplique (1957-04) (track 8)
Carnaval, op. 9: XI. Chiarina (1957-04) (track 11)
Carnaval, op. 9: XII. Chopin (1957-04) (track 12)
Carnaval, op. 9: XIII. Estrella (1957-04) (track 13)
Carnaval, op. 9: XIX. Pause (1957-04) (track 19)
Carnaval, op. 9: XVII. Aveu (1957-04) (track 17)
Carnaval, op. 9: XVIII. Promenade (1957-04) (track 18)

CD 7

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 4–6)
Georges Cziffra (1961-01-13 – 1961-01-14) (track 3)
Georges Cziffra (1964-02-14 – 1964-02-15) (tracks 1–2)
composer:
Franz Liszt (track 2)
Edvard Grieg (1868) (tracks 4–6)
César Franck (1885) (track 3)
conductor:
André Vandernoot (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 4–6)
André Vandernoot (1961-01-13 – 1961-01-14) (track 3)
André Vandernoot (1964-02-14 – 1964-02-15) (tracks 1–2)
dedicated to:
Louis Diémer (track 3)
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 4–6)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1961-01-13 – 1961-01-14) (track 3)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1964-02-14 – 1964-02-15) (tracks 1–2)
premiered at:
[concert] (1886-05-01) (track 3)
publisher:
Enoch & Cie. (1893) (track 3)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 4–6)
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London, United Kingdom (1961-01-13 – 1961-01-14) (track 3)
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London, United Kingdom (1964-02-14 – 1964-02-15) (tracks 1–2)
part of:
Franck Werke Verzeichnis (number: 46) (track 3)
arrangements:
Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16: I. Allegro molto moderato (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
part of:
parts:
Totentanz, S. 126: II. Variation I (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: III. Variation II (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: IV. Variation III (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: V. Variation IV (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: VI. Variation V (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: VII. Cadenza (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: VIII. Variation VI (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: IX. Cadenza (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
Totentanz, S. 126: X. Allegro animato (for piano and orchestra) (track 2)
recording of:
Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16: I. Allegro molto moderato (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (track 4)
Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16: II. Adagio (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (track 5)
Variations symphoniques pour piano et orchestre (1961-01-13 – 1961-01-14) (track 3)
Totentanz, S. 126 (for piano and orchestra) (1964-02-14 – 1964-02-15) (track 2)

CD 8

piano:
Georges Cziffra (1957-01-28 – 1957-01-29) (tracks 7–10)
Georges Cziffra (1957-04-06 – 1957-04-12) (tracks 11–13)
Georges Cziffra (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 1–6)
composer:
Franz Liszt (1830 – 1856) (tracks 7–10)
Franz Liszt (1839 – 1861) (tracks 1–6)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1874-11 – 1875-02) (tracks 11–13)
conductor:
Pierre Dervaux (French conductor and composer) (1957-01-28 – 1957-01-29) (tracks 7–10)
Pierre Dervaux (French conductor and composer) (1957-04-06 – 1957-04-12) (tracks 11–13)
André Vandernoot (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 1–6)
dedicated to:
orchestra:
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire (1957-01-28 – 1957-01-29) (tracks 7–10)
Orchestre national de la Radiodiffusion française (1957-04-06 – 1957-04-12) (tracks 11–13)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 1–6)
premiered at:
[concert] (1857-01-07) (tracks 1–6)
publisher:
Schott Music (Germany) (1863) (tracks 1–6)
recorded at:
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1957-01-28 – 1957-01-29) (tracks 7–10)
Salle Wagram in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1957-04-06 – 1957-04-12) (tracks 11–13)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 1–6)
part of:
The Music of Liszt (number: S. 125) (tracks 1–6)
is based on:
is the basis for:
AMERICA (STAGE 1) (City Connection) (track 11)
Concerto (track 11)
Tonight We Love (Freddy Martin 1941 hit) (track 11)
part of:
partial recording of:
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 2 in A major, S. 125 (single movement) (1958-07-04 – 1958-07-05) (tracks 1–6)
recording of:
version of:

Release

ASIN: FR: B000002SBW [info]