Beethoven - The Creatures of Prometheus (arr. for piano), ‘Eroica’ Variations
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Cat No: HTGCD187
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 8th June 2018
WorksEroica Variations, op.35
The Creatures of Prometheus, op.43 (solo piano)
ArtistsLeslie Howard (piano)
Leslie Howard, made his debut at the incredible age of 13, with Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No.2 and made his debut with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in 1967. Born in Australia, he has been resident in London since 1972 and has toured extensively in Europe and Australia, acquiring a reputation as a virtuoso artist who was nonetheless guided by a scholarly mind. He is widely known as a specialist in the music of Franz Liszt. He recently completed one of the largest recording projects ever undertaken by a recording artist - that of the complete music for solo piano of Liszt, including all versions of his piano music and also the arrangements of other composers' work. Leslie Howard teaches at the Guildhall School of Music and gives master-classes at London's Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music. He is also frequently invited to sit on the juries of music competitions, such as the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition, and the Royal Overseas League's annual music competition. Despite his close identification with the music of Liszt, he is also renowned for performance of the music of Beethoven and has recorded works by such other composers as Franck, Rubinstein, and his fellow countryman Percy Grainger.
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