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The Battle Between “Il penseroso” and “The Old Arpeggio”

Before the time of television and the internet, live music performances were a primary form of entertainment. Performances were held in private homes, as well as concert halls. Many rivalries formed among pianists and composers. This created a unique angle for entertainment as individuals could then debate the merits of each musician and choose sides. One of the more famous piano duels was held between Franz Liszt and Sigismond Thalberg. Read more >>

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« on: October 14, 2016, 07:31:48 AM »

Would anyone have the Verdi Waltz in Fmaj and Puccini Piccolo Valzer?
Imslp only has a transcription of the Verdi which I'm not sure is legit and nothing of the Puccini.
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