Evenings with Horowitz: An Intimate Portrait
The author from such highly acclaimed books as "Reflections From the Keyboard" details a special friendship between two musicians, covers a lifetime of musical wisdom, and contains countless anecdotes of the musical world.
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tion, away from his home, no money left. This is no dandy. This picture shows a
man of great strength." "That is wonderful, Maestro," Tom said. "A real lesson. Do
you want to talk to the students about Liszt?" "Liszt I understand very well, I think.
However, by the 1830s, Liszt's fame was so great that he had no need to share
the stage with anyone else. Liszt had created the idea of the performer as "
Romantic hero." In Milan in 1839, in a daring step, Liszt finally gave the first solo
Horowitz had discovered that several pianists who had played for him just once
advertised themselves as Horowitz pupils. Horowitz said to me, "Liszt always told
everyone, 'I am not a professor of the piano.' But he loved to give master classes,
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