Liszt*, Mischa Levitzki Liszt*, Mischa Levitzki - Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 6 2 versions Victor Red Seal.
Misha Dichter, pianist extraordinaire, performs the Rhapsodies of Franz Liszt. This cd invites the dedicated aficionado to keep it for reference in the study of the Hungarian Rhapsodies. The nineteenth century genius Franz Liszt was the first artist to make his living by giving concerts. He pursued a prodigious composing and performing schedule /5(9).
The Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 is among the more varied and popular of the 19, featuring the pompous and the playful, the exotic and the flashy. In a sense, this work -- good though it is in its catchy, light manner -- is precisely the kind of piece that had wrongly tagged Liszt as shallow and virtuosic. It opens with a bold march-like melody.
MISCHA LEVITZKI: Hungarian Rhapsody #6 in D-flat (Liszt), 2s. 12” gold Flags Label Col. A, POM-7 Jan, M-A, choice bright copy has occasional faintest rub, inaud. MB 15 J MISCHA LEVITZKI: Valse de Concert / Waltz in A (both Played by the Composer); Troika en traineaux (Tschaikowsky). 12” gold Flags Label Col. D, POM
6 Hungarian Rhapsody No.6 (Liszt) Mischa Levitzki 7 Ballade Op.8 (Cleve) Erwin Nyiregyházi Carnival of Vienna (Strauss–Rosenthal) Moriz Rosenthal Rhapsody Op No.3 (Dohnányi) Lester Donahue 10 Impromptu Op No.4 (Schubert) Sergei Rachmaninoff 11 Wild Hunt (Etude No.8) (Liszt.
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