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Wilhelm Backhaus

Wilhelm Backhaus (German pianist), March 26, 1884 Leipzig, Ger. or double click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.

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The story of a rich cultural heritage
Piatigorsky, Adolf Busch, Wilhelm Backhaus, Rudolf Serkin, Carl Orff, Sergiu.
9802 - Gèza Anda, piano:Liszt-Mephisto-Walzer 1 Teil/:-2 Teil
931 - Wilhelm Backhaus anf the Royal Albert Hall Ochestra, cond.
Ossiach englisch (Page 1)
gallery, which was installed in 1971, is dedicated to the famous pianist Wilhelm Backhaus, who gave his last evening performance in this church in June 1969.
Triphonola Catalog
Leopold Godowsky. 50030 BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonata, Op. 106, Bb “ Hammerklavier” 1st mvt.
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Bunter Festumzug erfreute die Bevölkerung in Riemsloh
„Viele Köpfe, viele Ideen brachten alle unter einen Hut“, meinte Wilhelm Backhaus, der stellvertretende Bürgermeister in seiner Rede an die Bevölkerung.
Musica e charme
La rassegna vanta un cartellone con i più celebri interpreti del mondo, da Wilhelm Backhaus, già ospite alla prima edizione del 1946 ad Alfred Cortot, da Clara Haskil a Dinu Lipatti, da Arthur Rubinstein a Geza Anda.
Muzicienii de la Filarmonică şi cele două opere s-au asociat într-o Societate
muzicieni celebri, între care Fritz Kreisler, Pablo Casals, Fritz Reiner, Emil Sauer, Wilhelm Backhaus, Julius Klengel, Szigeti József, Dohnányi Ernő, Jan Kubelik, Leopold Godowski, Cvartetul Waldbauer-Kerpely sau Cvartetul din Bruxelles.

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Wilhelm Backhaus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wilhelm Backhaus ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (March 26, 1884 – July 5, 1969) was a German pianist and pedagogue.
Wilhelm Backhaus plays Beethoven #4 part4 - YouTube
Oct 4, 2006 Wilhelm Backhaus plays Beethoven Concerto No4. Without a doubt the very best peformance of the concerto to date.
Wilhelm BACKHAUS
Wilhelm BACKHAUS. Many critics lazily divide pianist's careers into two periods, often at arbitrary points.
Wilhelm Backhaus Discography at Discogs
Wilhelm Backhaus ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (March 26, 1884 – July 5, 1969)was a German pianist and pedagogue.
Wilhelm Backhaus – Free listening, concerts, stats, & pictures at Last
Listen free to Wilhelm Backhaus: Seven Etudes Op. 25 - No.6 In G Sharp Minor- Allegro, Andante With Variations In F Minor Hob XVII:6 & more, plus 3 pictures.

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