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Annie Fischer plays
Mozart and Bartók -
appreciated by
BÉLA HARTMANN

'Her phrasing makes even the most complex and profound passages instantly understandable ...'

Annie Fischer - Mozart and Bartók. © 2016 AMC Paris

The Hungarian pianist Annie Fischer died in 1995 after a long and successful career that brought her much acclaim, even if it never lifted her into the first rank of classical pianists. She was omitted from the Philips 'Great Pianists of the 20th Century' set of CDs which featured recordings by 72 pianists. However, there has always been a body of opinion that feels her achievements were much greater than this would indicate, and since her death many recordings have been released to considerable praise. The present CD contains such recordings made in 1958 and 1960, all previously issued by different labels...

Copyright © 13 August 2016 Béla Hartmann,
Surrey UK

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ANNIE FISCHER - MOZART AND BARTÓK

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

BELA BARTOK

PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA

WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH

ADRIAN BOULT

PIANO MUSIC

ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

AUSTRIA

HUNGARY

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