Gottschalk in Madrid: A tale of ten pianos

Brockett, Clyde W.
September 1991
Musical Quarterly;Fall91, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p279
Academic Journal
Offers a look at the life and talent of piano virtuoso Louis Moreau Gottschalk. His arrival in Madrid in October 1851; His performances; What led to his 300-page `grand fantasy' for ten pianos; Descriptions of this and other works; The renewed interest in Gottschalk 100 years after his death; Includes Appendix 1,2; More.


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