Mussorgsky’s one of my favorite composers.
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Frantisek Xaver Dusek (German: Franz Xaver Duschek or Dussek) ; baptised 8 December 1731 12 February 1799) was a Czech composer and one of the most important harpsichordists and pianists of his time.
Whose transcription of Cole Porter’s “All of You”?
Where can I purchase 50 Little Etudes by Isaak Berkovich?
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Hermann Berens (7 April 1826 in Hamburg – 9 May 1880 in Stockholm ) was a German Romantic composer famous mainly for his piano music, some of which is included in the Royal Conservatory of Music ‘s Syllabus.
Where can I find the orchestral score for the piano concerto Opus 44 by Isaak Berkovich?