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Although dead sinceLamond continues to have a considerable amount of detractors among critics and collectors alike, for both good reasons and bad. Even those favorably inclined toward Lamond 's recorded output believe that his memory is better served in the Beethoven works he left us, rather than those of his former master. Indeed, in terms of selection Lamond makes only limited use of Liszt 's music; although the disc is practically at the maximum timing for a Ca Cest Lamour - Howard Lanin Und Sein Orchester* - Dancing!
(Vinyl and contains 17 selections, only 10 works are represented, the rest being alternative recordings of the same pieces. At first glance at the track information, one cannot be blamed for thinking that hearing Lamond in four recordings of Liszt 's Un sospiro, including three versions heard in succession, would be too much of a good thing.
However, these recordings are radically different from one another, and while with Alfred Cortot the rule that "earlier is better than later" is hard to dispute, Lamond 's case is exactly the opposite. Lamond ' s clattery, sloppily played and melodramatic acoustical interpretations made circa give way to more controlled, poetic, and carefully adjudged electrically recorded performances of the '20s and '30s.
The sound, by the way, is surprisingly good considering the typical shortcomings of European piano recordings in the period represented.
Apr's Frederic Lamond: The Complete Liszt Recordings is so specialized that one would have to be deeply interested in the legacy of Liszt to make sense of it. Lamond 's playing is at best an unreliable guide as to how Liszt himself might have played -- Arthur Friedheim 's recordings are by all accounts the best surviving indication of that.
But of the dozens of students who passed though Liszt 's salon, only 14 pianists were able to make phonograph records, and few of them in such generous numbers as Lamond. Beyond this, there are rewards to be found in the sensitivity and authority of Lamond 's playing in general that make Frederic Lamond: The Ca Cest Lamour - Howard Lanin Und Sein Orchester* - Dancing! (Vinyl Liszt Recordings worthwhile, just don't expect to hear them when you first insert the disc and press "play.
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