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  • Composer: Franz Liszt, George Enescu
  • Audio CD (3 July 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Divine Art
  • ASIN: B000BP2DP4
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,142,101 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Gypsy tunes and dances appear in all sorts of music, with their infectious gaiety and exuberance. Here, Anthony Goldstone plays music inspired by gypsies by many great composers, including the first recording of several. These include his own arrangement of Kodaly's "Dances of Galanta". This disc was Piano Magazine's Disc of the Month for February 2006, and received great praise for absolutely superb and brilliant playing.

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Goldstone’s playing is outsanding… sheer joy. Exhilarating music. -- International Piano Magazine

It is the best piano-recording - the best pianism - we've heard for a long time. -- Ronald Stevenson (composer)

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"It is the best piano-recording - the best pianism - we've heard for a long
time. His pianism is the continuation of the unique Mancunian line of
master-pianists: Egon Petri, Frank Merrick, Iso Elinson and John Ogdon. The programme of his CD is original, exploratory; both unified and contrasted
in concept and in sonority. It contains some of the most beautiful CANTABILE
I've heard and a range of sound that is rare and quasi-orchestral. And his
pedalling is the most inventive I've heard for ages.

Yes, the programme-building is deeply considered, contrasted AND unified; and full of interest. His performance of Busoni's CARMEN FANTASY is a true realisation and continuance of Busoni's concept. I invoked Petri, but here I add a different comment. Signora Gerda Busoni told me, amusingly but factually, that Busoni specified CON AMORE for the "flower song" because he knew that Petri could not play CON AMORE - perhaps his Dutch background militated against it? -but Busoni encouraged him to try.

The inclusion of FOUR premiere recordings shows hospitality of mind and
surely makes it a collector's CD; AND also a popular one in its content. To achieve both the rare and the popular appeals to me and should attract an audience both informed about tradition and open to the new. This commentary is becoming a panegyric, an encomium! But though elaborate, every word expresses my actual reactions. - Or possibly doesn't express ALL I feel."

- Ronald Stevenson
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