With One Foot on the Platform…

Well, you’ve got to do something when you’re waiting for a train, right? The piece, incidentally, is Liszt’s El Contrabandista, which makes the Mephisto Waltz look like Für Elise

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Sometimes you get amazing surprises on street pianos (and they don’t always come from passing concert pianists).

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3 comments on “With One Foot on the Platform…
  1. Adam Cole says:

    Ever heard Sorabji’s take on Mozart’s Turkish Rondo?

  2. Hello Jason
    Did you find out anything about her?
    Liz Thompson (from Bras TL)

    • Jason says:

      Hi Liz. If you’re asking whether I know her – I don’t.
      But I can recommend her Scriabin. And she has an admirably playful, unstodgy approach to the warhorse concertos.
      (I’ve cleaned up your comment – there was a lot of odd coding left in for some reason.)

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