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Liszt: Les deux concertos pour piano et orchestre (Stereo Version)

Samson François, Philharmonia Orchestra, Constantin Silvestri

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Liszt: Les deux concertos pour piano et orchestre (Stereo Version)

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Concerto pour piano No. 1 in E-Flat Major, S. 124 (Franz Liszt)

1
I. Allegro maestoso
00:05:04

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

2
II. Quasi adagio
00:04:55

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

3
III. Allegretto vivace. Allegro animato
00:04:12

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

4
IV. Allegro marziale animato
00:04:03

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

Concerto pour piano No. 2 in A Major, S. 125 (Franz Liszt)

5
I. Adagio sostenuto assai - Allegro agitato assai
00:08:05

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

6
II. Allegro moderato
00:05:50

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

7
III. Allegro deciso - Marziale un poco meno allegro
00:07:02

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

8
IV. Allegro animato
00:01:46

Samson François, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Constantin Silvestri, Performer, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

1963 - BNF Collection 2014

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