"francis" <***@aol.com> wrote in message news:***@q2g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
I didn't see mentined a very fine recording of both concertos,
originally made in 1980 by Jorge Bolet
and the Rochester Philharmonic under David Zinman. It's been available
in several CD editions, but is not out-of-print. A copy happens to be
available on ebay right now.
Kocsis/Ivan Fischer/Budapest FO, Philips 422380 (and while I'm at it I
mentioned the Bolet/Zinman). The Kocsis is a bit "over the top" IMO, but
welcome in music of this type.
Post by Aage Johansen
It's a transcription of Schubert's Wanderer-Fantasie forpianoand
orchestra. It is one ofLiszt' few transcriptions which is actually
easier to play than the original.
Thanks very much, I didn't know this (being not much of aLisztfan). Is
there a recording of it with Zimerman?
I don't think so. The only other recorded version I know off the top
of my head is Bolet/Solti (with the London Philharmonic?) which is
included in the 9CD Decca BoletLisztbox and assorted London/Decca
DFBrendel has recorded it, with Gielen conducting "Vienna Volksoper".
Coupled with Totentanz and Czardas macabre (on Turnabout Vox).
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