This is the world premiere recording of the two scenes that Liszt completed of his massive oratorio on the martyrdom in 1076 of Poland’s patron saint
Liszt Album Review
Harry Christophers and The Sixteen go back to basics with traditional Christmas carols unadorned by overblown modern arrangements
A one-to-watch pianist Ivana Gavrić’s solo recital of works from Schubert, List, Janáček, Rachmaninov may be emotionally cool, but her talent promises much
Liszt's nine transcriptions of Beethoven's symphonies for piano performed superbly by Katasaris
Arcadi Volodos proves that there was more to Liszt than his showman persona.
Former gold competition winner, Nobuyuki Tsujii proves his award winning skills in this recording of major piano works
Liszt's impact on other composers is examined on this intriguing project played by Pierre-Laurent Aimard.
Despite the pairing of Barenboim and Boulez, there's nothing here that separates it from the pack.
As displayed on this fine collection, Liszt's Lieder is ripe for re-appraisal.
Hélène Grimaud shoehorns together very different examples of sonata form, including pieces from Liszt and Mozart
Liszt's 200th birthday is honoured in style.
Claire-Marie Le Guay flexes (sometimes overly) her Liszt credentials with three of his greatest masterpieces for solo piano
Lang Lang's homage to his piano hero lacks subtley but his performance of Liszt pieces is exciting and his playing exquisite
Pianist Lisa de la Salle delivers a masterful rendition of three of Liszt's masterpieces and other composers.