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Franz Liszt, Jorge Bolet & Robert Irving (2) Conducting The Symphony Of The Air* - More Of Franz Liszts Greatest Hits (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  3. Bolet’s approach is not to dazzling, but it is an original and elegant approach that lets the harmonies of Liszt’s music stand on their own. For this reasons this album is a Liszt album well worth listening to, and certainly a perfect start for listening to Jorge Bolet/5(4).
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