Richard Ozanne Artist

Richard Ozanne Award Winning Visual Artist/Designer

My Music Richard Ozanne (Compositions)-Music-Links

    A New Measure of Thought for the Music of the 21st Century

During the course of the last hundred years, as well as hundreds of years before, the world stage has changed in its dynamics and vision. The world of classical composers as well as Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms have passed to the new vision of increadible ideas launched in modern music. It has been over one century of experiment and modernistic trials and tribulation. This is true in the visual arts as well as the musical arts.

    We stand on a threshold of wonderful technology but equally as many challenges as the modern era 1960-present have brought extreme challenges with our modes of thought about 'modernism' in general. From the 1960's forward, modern viewpoints have permeated the culture of art, its exhibit, and performance creating an age of popularism of art as a media through the 1980's and then into a state of general decline in interest the 1990's to the present day. Today we have less (classically based) performances per capita than during the period of 100 years ago.  The guilded age of art and its metaphore of a 'great old cultural river', in many ways has diminished to a trickle. Cultural obsessions on Pop and Media have created an offset to a point where many organizations (representing classicly oriented art) as well as the more conservative musicians no longer have the venues to play as they did in the 1960's and 70's. A virtual American <cultural revolution> of media and popularity have  driven out many prospects for education in the arts. Some of the modern facilities are present, but not being filled to capacity, or having the general interest as they once did in former years. Education in the arts have been reduced as well as the possibilities in higher education as well as local prospects. The somewhat tragic case of the 'arts in jepordy ' continues Keeping the flame alive are only a relative handful of  active classical artists in America (although some may disagree that there are just-still too many)  We need a renaissance in thought that includes the finer aspects of art and music as well as the popular modes of rock, pop expression.

    Richard Ozanne was born into a family of classical musicians as well as concert artists. His background goes back to a unique childhood and young adulthood with both parents being reknown concert pianists with international experience. From the time Ozanne was born he was introduced to a plethoria of some of the highest artistic technical craft available-and this past as a legacy form generation to generation. His grandfather was a concert violinist, his other grandfather a concert flutist and first chair (Herbert Benkman) of the San Francisco Symphony 1928 to 63 (His father-my great grandfather was a violinist in Germany-Austia Hungary before he came to America in the late 1800's) That music has been in the heart and mind can be considered a part of the legacy.......

Throughout his life music has been an important asset to his visual art as well as his inspiration. He has continued many experiments in the fusion of the musical arts a well as dedication to his art as times have passed, doing periodic concerts and smallers events (in performance) as well as a self satisfying and private love for the keyboard giving piano lessons as part of the continued magic of expanding musical capabilities

A MUSICAL-ARTISTIC LEGACY 

      Richard Ozanne began to study piano at 4 (1963) years old and wrote his first composition, ironicly a variation of a piece by Johanne Sebastian Bach soon after that. This was part of an ongoing personal growth beyond the scenes. He took piano lessons with both his parents, Ozan Marsh (His father a renowned concert pianist,virtuoso, recorded with RCA,Columbia - then on tour with orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic and Boston Pops-around the country) and Patricia Benkman (A remarkable pianist and prodigy who had a wonderful pianistic and pedagogical career during her life, student of Isabelle Vengerova, Petri)- His grandfather was first flutist of the San Francisco Symphony (1928-1962) His other grandfather a noted violinist,and later the owner of a Los Angeles Music Insturment Store (some cross-country reviews from as early as 1915 are interesting) On a note, his grandmother was a well noted Russian actress Eltka Tchereginska, and the legacy of artists go way back to "Les Ozanne" artists from the 18th and 19th centuries.

     Not far from this musical  legacy is another added interest: The artist being in the direct-last line- decendancy of William the Conquerer though the matriarchal lines of the French decendants "Ozanne", and Poland's Stanislas Augustus (noted Democratic King of Poland, and links to Catherine of Russia)- But such is history confirmed mid 19th century-

It is simple to say young Richard Ozanne had a very rare upbringing in music and the arts with both parents being concert artists and professors of music.  Richard was not pushed into playing the piano or the concert field for that matter but enjoyed a quiet 'behind the scenes education in music' that was rare...

   He met as a child, Egon Petri (one of his first recollections was his hands being placed at the keyboard during the masters visit to the family home in San Francisco), Later he met very famous musical illuminaries (Cliburn, Rubenstein, Horowitz and many others) and conductors and composers- such as a part of his ongoing life legacy in the arts which drifted towards the visual arts but kept at heart the primary legacy from which he arrived..music.

Who is to say it is not possible to share the serious with the serious in two venues to create a new hybrid of form--multi media 

Educational and Formal Musical Training- 

Richard Ozanne attended the University of Arizona and Chautauqua Institution in the studies of music (piano) through his graduate degree in Art (BFA in Visual Arts after attending the music school for 3 of 4 years for a performance-toward education degree) as well as continued on privately with lessons to experiment in new venues, outside the general frameworks of conservatory or university music, exploring new realms for his visual art. 

    Richard Ozanne has performed in concert venues in the United States and Europe in such cities as New York, Prague (Czech Republic) Poland, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Italy. His latest concert at the Festival of the Arts in Mappano Italy (Mappano Mappanese) was and unusual combination of his own work and the masters, Ginestera, Villa Lobos, Moskowski, Chopin, Liszt. On this particular program he inaugurated a multi-media production with Poet Laureate of Italy Signor. Zappia in the reading of Ozannes work "Variations on 9ths and 11ths, ironicly written in Phoenix Arizona the night before the disaster in New York. The piece was accompanied by Signor Zappia in a reading of a famous Italian poet who, just before the day of the tragic event wrote a poem about the towers. On this occassion there was an exhibit of artwork of Ozanne in the presentation bringing the audience to tears after the presentation. There were more performances in Italy of this particular piece at the Legion of Italian Poets consortium as an encore.

    Richard Ozanne has performances on CD-DVD Disk as well as Video for his own archive, and has professionally recorded his own works as well as works of other composers for use in venues in his art. 

    Richard Ozanne  produced over 100 pieces for various instruments as well as piano, synthesizer and symphonic varieties of work for his own archive as well as background music for films and experimental art. One such piece is his "Mars Symphony" which was composed for the landing of the Mars Rover and a subsequent CD. Ozanne is a member of BMI and permanent artist registries for his work.

*Some of his personal work as well as those of other composers has been under licence and private contract for backgrounds in music in film under several different names other than his own---


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Richard Ozanne will provide Piano/Music Lessons on a (one-month in advance paid contract) at $35-50 one/half -one hour long sessions     

 

Richard Ozanne Sample Music-

 

The Liszt Piano Concerto #1 in E Flat (extreme low resolution) 2 Piano Version

Last Project-2010/ 2 Movements only- Unfortunate bad recording mateial-lack of a second piano had me playing the entire issue myself-over dubbing the 2nd piano as the lights flickerd, a lightening storm-bad wiring, and a difficult (if not impossible situation) to do this properly- the rent was due in the final movement, I took it at a terrific tempo at a furious and eccentric pace.. at my fingertips, only hours left-trying to do the best I could...still not good enough!

Saens Saens Piano Concerto #2 (Two Piano Version)

Cesar Frank Symphonic Variations (Two Piano Version)

Others:

Prague Piano Concerto #4 "Prague" Arranged String Orchestra-Czech Republic/Performance at Svetlor Theater in Prague other performances-first performance- Chautauqua Music Festival New York 1981

Chopin Concerto #1 E Minor-Arranged String Orchestra

Grieg A Minor Piano Concerto, Arranged Orchestra-Arranged Orchestra-Czech Republic/Performance

Mendleshon Piano Concerto #1 G Minor-Arranged Orchestra-Europe

Hungarian Fantasia on Bohemian Themes, Arranged Orchestra-Czech Republic/Karlovy Vary (Performance)

Others...

Anis Fuhlihan Piano Concerto (Two Piano Version) This was a first ever recording! Unfortunatly due to time restrictions not completed...

Numerous 'Music Minus Ones' of classical concertos with orchestral background...

etc, for my own exercise......

 Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #1 in F# Minor (Extreme Low Resolution) Vivace, Andante Cantabile, Allergro Vivace (Two Piano Version-Richard Ozanne c 2007)

Vivace: 00:00 - 11:10

Andante Cantabile:

Allegro Vivace: 

*A version of this piece (low resolution has been included in the Online US Internet Archives for active listening-2011 

Sergi Rachmaninoff  "Variations on a Theme by Corelli" for Piano-Richard Ozanne c. 2007 

*A version of this piece (low resolution has been included in the Online US Internet Archives for active listening-2011 

Part of several recording sessions I laid out for myself as a pianist from the years 2006-2009/10

His favorite composers:

Franz Liszt

Alexander Scriabin

Furrucio Busoni

Dimtry Kabalevsky

Dimtry Shostokovitch

Fredrick Chopin

Rodion Schedrin

John Cage

Stockhausen

Wolfgang Von Beethoven

Alberto Ginestera

John Fields

Howard Hanson

and many others.......

 

 

 

 

On the Web where one might be able to hear his playing:

 

My Virtual Concert (Pending) 

Europa Classics-Recordings Live/Recorded 1980's-2007

Europa Classics

 

Kabalevsky Concerto #4 Prague Op 99

Piano Concerto #4 Prague Dmitri Kabalevsky Op 99 Three Movements-Allegro molto e energico - Meno mosso: Improvisato - Tempo I Vivo- Dmitri Borovitch Kabalevsky Op 99 Richard Ozanne Keyboard, Recording form Prague (Extreme Low Resolution)

My History with the Concerto #4 Prague

In January 1980 I was invited to travel with my father for one of the last classical concert tours of the former Soviet Union- Celebrating the 75th Anneversary of Composer Dmitri Kabalevsky. During this time I met the celebrated composer for the second time (the first being at the ISME competition in London Ontario 1978-Kabalevsky being the celebrated composer for the ISME) I was deeply enlightened by Kablevskys Muisc from the times of my youth and I was enthusiastic to be a part of this tour, my father being the featured pianist with the Moscow, Leningrad, and USSR State Orchestras with his dynamic performance of Concerto #2 In G Minor. In Leningrad (St. Petersburg) we met at the Hotel Europa for dinner one night after as series of rehersals of my father with the Leningrad Orchestra-right across the street. Kabalevsky, a genuine and warm hearted individual mentioned his "new" piano concerto that he had just completed in finality. The piano concerto was called "Prague" as the composer had mentioned it was from sketches done from Bohemian Themes during his musical residency in Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic) in the years previous. Deeply impressed by Prague he mentioned that "If one could ever live in Prague, one would be deeply taken by the history as well as the "magic" of that city.."  Mr Kabalevsky was impressed by my love of art as well as music, since he had been an artist. Soon, and quite soon indeed, during our first dinner Kabalevsky had an associate who joined the table at the Hotel Europa. This associate was the head of the St. Petersburg Academy of Art and a famous Russian Artist. The table was soon filled with talks about art and music- That night I was invited to tour the academy in St. Petersburg (I was invited back later, if I so chose for graduate study in Russia after a view of my portfolio, and a second meeting with the director) But mostly we talked about music that night and about Kabalevskys new works. I was anxious to hear Concerto #4 as well as another sketch of a Piano Sonata that he had written.

Later in the tour I was asked to do a portrait of Kabalevsky for his 75th Anneversary and talked to the composer about his love for art that was somewhat eclectic. While in Moscow I had the chance to visit the composers home at the apartments of Soviet Composers (Photograph Below done of Kabalevsky and My Father) shortly after the performance of my father at Tchaikowsky Hall in Moscow. At that dinner he gave us two composers scores of the Prague Piano Concerto, playing the piece out on his piano-a memory which I will not forget. The next day I began to learn the concerto on the piano at the Hotel Rossyia in Moscow and fell in love with the piece. Since that time I have played it on numerous occasions, mostly as a personal inspiration to visit and live in Prague where I played this piece many times...

Compositions and Music of Richard Ozanne

All of these works aside from brief experiements are unpublished material-

Home or Private Piano Recordings-Some Studio (1976-2011) 

Piano Works of Beethoven, Bach, (Early composers) Chopin- Etudes, Preludes etc , Franz Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev etc-

Some brief pieces can be heard online- All work copywritten 

Richard Ozanne Compositions for Piano, Instrumentation, and Synthesizer as well as traditional instruments (1975-2012):

    *After June 2011, due to the contrast and problems with maintaining a studio, piano and necessary equipment it has been extremely difficult, perhaps to the specific modern cultural problems with music, music culture and lack of support in any way, shape or form-to maintain a studio for the purpose of composing my own works and facilitate my art, a venerable injustice from the artists perspective. Unfortunately this has been especially true in Sedona Arizona where I am currently living and express a feeling of sadness..to the point of possibly having to sell my studio and gear. A good solution has not been found in the culture I have been dealing with.

A Cultural Octopus... 

    The artist suggests to all musicians and artists not to publish or otherwise syndicate works via Social Media except in brief forms...under 3 minutes, and be extremely careful about releases of music in any shape or form due to corporate/private usuary of the internet or other media of this form...even for pictures, photographs, paintings, media works etc 

For private reference... 

I have over 100 works in my personal archives-digitalized for safety- I will not release these in any fashion whatsoever unless suitably accommodated by just renumeration for use of these works in full or partial forms-

Italian Preludes

Central European Preludes and Fantasy Pieces

Alchemical Etudes 11- Deep Preludes 18

Variations for Temperments

Orchestral Etudes-Studies- Compositions for Symponic Poems-

Violin Concerto (Sedona- unfinished 2009)

Flute Concerto- Studies 

Music Research-Lesson Material

Carl Czerny:



  6 Octave Studies, Op. 553  
  24 Studues for the Left Hand, Op. 718 Complete  
  24 Studues for the Left Hand, Op. 718, Book 1  
  24 Studues for the Left Hand, Op. 718, Book 2  
  24 Studues for the Left Hand, Op. 718, Book 3  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849 Complete  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849, Book 1  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849, Book 2  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849, Book 3  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849, Book 4  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849, Book 5  
  30 New Studies in Technics, Op. 849, Book 6  
  100 Progressive Studies without Octaves, Op. 139 Complete  
  100 Progressive Studies without Octaves, Op. 139, Book 1  
  100 Progressive Studies without Octaves, Op. 139, Book 2  
  110 Easy and Progressive Exercices, Op. 453 (1-60)  
  110 Easy and Progressive Exercices, Op. 453 (61-110)  
  125 Exercises in Passage-Playing, Op. 261 Complete  
  125 Exercises in Passage-Playing, Op. 261, Book 1  
  125 Exercises in Passage-Playing, Op. 261, Book 2  
  125 Exercises in Passage-Playing, Op. 261, Book 3  
  125 Exercises in Passage-Playing, Op. 261, Book 4  
  160 Eight-Measure Exercises, Op. 821 (1-80)  
  160 Eight-Measure Exercises, Op. 821 (81-160)  
  Daily Exercises, Op. 337  
  Practical Finger Exercises, Op. 802  
  Practical Finger Exercises, Op. 802  
  Practical Finger Exercises, Op. 802  
  Practical Finger Exercises, Op. 802  
  Practical Finger Exercises, Op. 802 Complete  
  Preliminary School of Finger Dexterity, Op. 636 Complete  
  Preliminary School of Finger Dexterity, Op. 636, Book 1  
  Preliminary School of Finger Dexterity, Op. 636, Book 2  
  Preliminary School of Finger Dexterity, Op. 636, Book 3  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 1-5  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 6-10  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 11-15  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 16-20  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 21-25  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 26-30  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 31-34  
  School of Velocity Op. 299: Etudes 35-40  
  The Art of Finger Dexterity Op. 740, Book I: Etudes 1-8  
  The Art of Finger Dexterity Op. 740, Book II: Etudes 9-16  
  The Art of Finger Dexterity Op. 740, Book III: Etudes 17-24  
  The Art of Finger Dexterity Op. 740, Book IV: Etudes 25-32  
  The Art of Finger Dexterity Op. 740, Book V: Etudes 33-41  
  The Art of Finger Dexterity Op. 740, Book VI: Etudes 42-50  
  The Little Pianist, Op. 823 Complete  
  The Little Pianist, Op. 823, Book 1  
  The Little Pianist, Op. 823, Book 2  

Music (Piano) Lesson Research Material Download (Low Price!)

 

Selected Sheet Music for Download-Piano Students-Fredrick Chopin Etudes Studies

3 New Etudes
3 New Etudes: Etude No. 1
3 New Etudes: Etude No. 2
3 New Etudes: Etude No. 3
12 Etudes Op. 10
12 Etudes Op. 25
Etude Op. 10 No. 1
Etude Op. 10 No. 2
Etude Op. 10 No. 3
Etude Op. 10 No. 4
Etude Op. 10 No. 5 "Black Key"
Etude Op. 10 No. 6
Etude Op. 10 No. 7
Etude Op. 10 No. 8
Etude Op. 10 No. 9
Etude Op. 10 No. 10
Etude Op. 10 No. 11
Etude Op. 10 No. 12 "Revolutionary"
Etude Op. 25 No. 1
Etude Op. 25 No. 2
Etude Op. 25 No. 3
Etude Op. 25 No. 4
Etude Op. 25 No. 5
Etude Op. 25 No. 6
Etude Op. 25 No. 7
Etude Op. 25 No. 8
Etude Op. 25 No. 9 "Butterfly"
Etude Op. 25 No. 10
Etude Op. 25 No. 11 "Winter Wind"
Etude Op. 25 No. 12 "Ocean"

Impromptus

Impromptu No. 1, Op. 29
Impromptu No. 2, Op. 36
Impromptu No. 3, Op. 51

Mazurkas

Mazurka Op. 6, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 6, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 6, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 6, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 5
Mazurka Op. 17, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 17, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 17, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 17, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 24, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 24, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 24, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 24, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 30, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 30, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 30, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 30, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 33, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 33, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 33, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 33, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 41, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 41, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 41, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 41, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 50, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 50, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 50, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 56, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 56, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 56, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 59, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 59, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 59, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 63, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 63, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 63, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 67, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 67, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 67, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 67, No. 4
Mazurka Op. 68, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 68, No. 2
Mazurka Op. 68, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 68, No. 4
Mazurka Op. Posth.
Mazurka Op. Posth.

Nocturnes

Nocturne Op. 9, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 9, No. 3
Nocturne Op. 15, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 15, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 15, No. 3
Nocturne Op. 27, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 27, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 32, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 32, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 37, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 37, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 48, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 48, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 55, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 55, No. 2
Nocturne Op. 62, No. 1
Nocturne Op. 62, No. 2
Nocturne Op. Posth. in C sharp Minor
Nocturne Op. Posth. in E Minor

Pieces

Easy

Mazurka Op. 6, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 67, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 68, No. 2
Nocturne in E Minor (Posthumos)
Nocturne in E flat Major Op. 9, No. 2 (simplified version)
Prelude Op. 28, No. 4
Prelude Op. 28, No. 7
Prelude in A Major, Op. 28 No. 7
Prelude in C minor, Op. 28 No. 20
Prelude in D flat Major, Op. 28 No. 15 ’Raindrop’
Prelude in E minor, Op. 28 No. 4
Waltz in F Minor Op. 70, No. 2

Solo

3 Ecossaises
Allegro de Concert Op. 46
Barcarolla Op. 60
Berceuse Op. 57
Bolero Op. 19
Cantabile
Contradanse
Fantasy-Impromptu Op. 66
Fantasy Op. 49
Feuille d’Album
Fuga
Introduction and Rondo, Op. 16
Largo
Marche Funebre Op. 72, No. 2 (Posth.)
My Joys from Polish Songs (Arr. F. Liszt)
Prelude in A Major, Op. 28 No. 7
Prelude in C minor, Op. 28 No. 20
Prelude in D flat Major, Op. 28 No. 15 ’Raindrop’
Prelude in E minor, Op. 28 No. 4
Romanze from Concerto No. 1 (Arr. by W. Backhaus)
Rondo in C minor, Op. 1
Tarantella Op. 43
Variation No. 6 from Hexameron
Variations (Sur un Air National - Allemand.) Posth.
Variations Brillantes Op. 12
Waltz Op. 64, No. 1 ’Minute Waltz’ (Arr. by M. Moszkowski)

Polonaises

Polonaise No. 1, Op. 26 No. 1
Polonaise No. 2, Op. 26 No. 2
Polonaise No. 3, Op. 40 No. 1
Polonaise No. 4, Op. 40 No. 2
Polonaise No. 5, Op. 44
Polonaise No. 6, Op. 53
Polonaise No. 7, Op. 61
Polonaise No. 8, Op. 71 No. 1
Polonaise No. 9, Op. 71 No. 2
Polonaise No. 10, Op. 71 No. 3
Polonaise No. 11 Op. Posth.

Preludes

24 Preludes, Op. 28 (1-12)
24 Preludes, Op. 28 (13-17)
24 Preludes, Op. 28 (18-25)
24 Preludes, Op. 28 (complete)

Rondos

Rondo Op. 1
Rondo Op. 16
Rondo a la Mazurka

Scherzos

Scherzo No. 1, Op. 20
Scherzo No. 2, Op. 31
Scherzo No. 3, Op. 39
Scherzo No. 4, Op. 54

Sonatas

Sonata No. 1, Op. 4 (complete)
Sonata No. 1, Op. 4, Movement 1
Sonata No. 1, Op. 4, Movement 2
Sonata No. 1, Op. 4, Movement 3
Sonata No. 1, Op. 4, Movement 4
Sonata No. 2, Op. 35 (complete)
Sonata No. 2, Op. 35, Movement 1
Sonata No. 2, Op. 35, Movement 2
Sonata No. 2, Op. 35, Movement 3
Sonata No. 2, Op. 35, Movement 4
Sonata No. 3, Op. 58 (complete)
Sonata No. 3, Op. 58, Movement 1
Sonata No. 3, Op. 58, Movement 2
Sonata No. 3, Op. 58, Movement 3
Sonata No. 3, Op. 58, Movement 4

Transcriptions

Bacchanal, Op. 74 (Arr. by Liszt)
Fruhling, Op. 74 (Arr. by Liszt)
Heimkehr, Op. 74 (Arr. by Liszt)
Meine Freuden, Op. 74 (Arr. by Liszt)
Minute Waltz (Arr. by J. Hofmann)
Romanze from Concerto No. 1 (Arr. by W. Backhaus)
The Maiden's Wish (Madchen Wunsch) Arr. by F. Liszt
The Ringlet (Das Ringlein) Arr. by F. Liszt
Waltz Op. 64, No. 1 ’Minute Waltz’ (Arr. by M. Moszkowski)

Waltzes

Grande Valse Brillante Op. 18
Valse Brillante Op. 34, No. 1
Valse Brillante Op. 34, No. 2
Valse Brillante Op. 34, No. 3
Valse Op. 42
Valse Op. 64, No. 1
Valse Op. 64, No. 2
Valse Op. 64, No. 3
Valse Op. 69, No. 1
Valse Op. 69, No. 2
Valse Op. 70, No. 1
Valse Op. 70, No. 2
Valse Op. 70, No. 3
Valse Op. Posth.
Valse Op. Posth.
Waltz Op. 64, No. 1 ’Minute Waltz’ (Arr. by M. Moszkowski)

Favorites

Marche Funebre from Sonata No. 2
Mazurka Op. 6, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 7, No. 1
Mazurka Op. 67, No. 3
Mazurka Op. 68, No. 2
Nocturne in E Minor (Posthumos)
Nocturne in E flat Major Op. 9, No. 2
Prelude Op. 28, No. 4
Prelude Op. 28, No. 7
Prelude in A Major, Op. 28 No. 7
Prelude in C minor, Op. 28 No. 20
Prelude in D flat Major, Op. 28 No. 15 ’Raindrop’
Prelude in E minor, Op. 28 No. 4
Waltz in C sharp Minor Op. 64, No. 2
Waltz in D flat Major Op. 64, No. 1 "Minute Waltz"
Waltz in F Minor Op. 70, No. 2

Piano&Orchestra

Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op. 22
Concerto No. 1 Op. 11 (complete)
Concerto No. 1 Op. 11, Movement 1
Concerto No. 1 Op. 11, Movement 2
Concerto No. 1 Op. 11, Movement 3
Concerto No. 2 Op. 21 (complete)
Concerto No. 2 Op. 21, Movement 1
Concerto No. 2 Op. 21, Movement 2
Concerto No. 2 Op. 21, Movement 3
Grand Fantasy on Polish Themes, Op. 13
Krakowiak, Op. 14
Variations on Mozart’s Don Giovanni La Ci Darem la Mano, Op. 2
Continuing the Legacy

The Great Masters of the Piano-a legacy of times past....

 Franz Liszt Piano Concerto #1

 

 

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