Emil von Sauer
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Emil George Conrad von Sauer (October 8, 1862 in Hamburg – April 27, 1942 in Vienna) was a notable German composer, pianist, score editor, and music (piano) teacher. He was a pupil of Franz Liszt and one of the most remarkable pianists of his generation, emphasizing the original Liszt approach to pianism as well as a strong Romantic approach to a musical technique that demanded a total command of the keyboard in what was known as the Liszt School of piano.
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- Piano concerto in E Minor, III - 24 plays
- Impromptu in G flat, Op. 90, No. 3 (Listz Edition, in G major) (Schubert) - (5:44) - 15 plays
- Echo de Vienne - (7:55) - 6 plays
- Sonata No. 1 - Intermezzo (Sauer) - (3:36) - 4 plays
- Scherzo in B flat minor - (6:48) - 6 plays
- II. Molto vivace - (5:44) - 5 plays
- Minuetto vecchio, Op. 18, No. 3 (Sgambati) - (3:28) - 4 plays
- No. 13. La Chasse in B flat minor (Die Jagd) - (2:38) - 4 plays
- No. 18. Volubilite in G flat major - (5:00) - 3 plays
- III. Cavatina. Larghetto amoroso - (7:45) - 3 plays
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