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The Grand Piano label continues to uncover gems of the piano repertoire. — Fanfare
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Rediscovering Raff

On 19 June, 1845 a young man walked through the rain from Zurich to Basle to attend a concert by Liszt. He arrived only to find that the tickets had sold out. Luckily, Liszt's secretary Belloni noticed the disappointed man and told Liszt, who then generously decided that the drenched young man should have been admitted, and seated him onstage during the performance.
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Twin Talents

There are many other legendary performers who also produced wonderful compositions that, sadly, have remained in the shadow of their reputations as concert artists. Today, we shine a light on some of these artists and their works.

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KALOMIRIS, Manolis
COMPLETE SOLO PIANO WORK
FIŠER, Luboš
COMPLETE PIANO SONATAS
BRAHMS, Johannes
TRIO FOR VIOLIN, HORN AND PIANO • CLARINET QUINTET (ARR. P. KLENGEL FOR PIANO)
HÄSSLER, Johann Wilhelm
360 PRELUDES IN ALL MAJOR AND MINOR KEYS • SONATA NO. 6 • FANTAISIE ET SONATE • GRANDE SONATE
KOŽELUCH, Leopold
COMPLETE KEYBOARD SONATAS • 10
GRAND PIANO: THE KEY COLLECTION
THREE CENTURIES OF RARE KEYBOARD GEMS [3 CDs]
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Picture for news NICOLAS HORVATH PLAYS MUSIC OF JAAN RÄÄTS AT ESTONIAN MUSIC DAYS
On Sunday April 9th 2017, as part of Estonian Music Days, the oldest and biggest contemporary classical music festival in Estonia (www.eestimuusikapaevad.ee/en/), the French pianist Nicolas Horvath gave a solo concert dedicated to the renowned Estonian composer Jaan Rääts, who is celebrating his 85th birthday this year.
Picture for news Kemp English completes residency at WAAPA
New Zealand fortepianist and Grand Piano recording artist Dr Kemp English has just returned from a residency at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth. He gave a concert on their new fortepiano (built by renowned instrument maker Paul McNulty) and presented workshops and papers devoted to the music of Leopold Koželuch.
Picture for news GRAND PIANO CELEBRATES FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
Five years ago, the Grand Piano label was established to explore undiscovered and rare gems of the piano repertoire that might otherwise remain unknown and unrecorded. The label’s catalogue contains an extraordinary number of world première recordings, performed by virtuoso authorities in their chosen field.