Annie Fischer (1914-1995), a great Hungarian pianist Vol. I : from Mozart to Bartók


Annie Fischer (1914-1995), a great Hungarian pianist Vol. I : from Mozart to Bartók

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Annie Fischer, piano from Mozart to Bartók

Ferenc Fricsay, the great Hungarian conductor who died prematurely (1914-1963), contended that musicians had to work on Bartók’s major works to master Mozart’s unique combination of profundity and giocoso. His compatriot, the pianist Annie Fischer, provides eloquent proof of this here, in the andante movement of the 21st Concerto (famously featured in Bo Widerberg’s film Elvira Madigan), reflecting her intimacy with Bartók’s last concerto, composed for his wife Ditta on his deathbed
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