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The great Russian pianist Emil Gilels (1916-1985) was universally acclaimed for his breathtaking performances of the most demanding concertos and most challenging piano pieces of piano literature. But he was also a master of the miniature form, and his interpretations of the "Songs Without Words" and other little pieces by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Grieg and others were nothing short of mesmerizing. A specialist of the German repertoire, Gilels gave an all German-Austrian program at the 1971 Carinthian Summer Festival in Ossiach, Austria, where Mozart's fantasy was recorded.

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    1971

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  • Country:

    Austria

    Germany

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