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Carl Czerny

Carl Czerny was born (20 February 1791) and died (15 July 1857) in Vienna. A pianist and teacher, he was also an indefatigable composer, especially of piano teaching material which has left its mark on countless struggling students to this day.

A selection of M&V articles about Carl Czerny

Andrew Schartmann's Musical Tidbits - Servant to no one. In the first of an occasional series, Andrew Schartmann examines Beethoven's Op 2 No 2 and the rise of the romantic artist

Ensemble. Tuning in Afresh - Bill Newman listens to Bulgarian pianist Vesselin Stanev

Ensemble. Bravura Performance - A piano recital by Anthony Hughes, heard by Mary Isaac

Ensemble. Airborne Fingers - A BPSE lunchtime recital by Harvey Dagul and Isobel Beyer, praised by Malcolm Troup

Record Box. Lions and Lionesses - Romantic music for piano and orchestra, reviewed by George Balcombe

Old-time virtuosity stages a comeback - Daniel Grimwood at St Martin-in-the-Fields, reviewed by Malcolm Troup

Record box. Glittering figuration - Basil Ramsey listens to concertos by Czerny and Ries, played by Felicja Blumental

Ensemble. A brief report from the Empty Quarter - Carl Czerny in Edmonton, by Gordon Rumson

Yaara Tal interview -


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