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  1. Anonymous
    01/01/2020 @ 7:22 pm

    I’ve recently started a blog, the info you provide on this site has helped me tremendously. Thanks!

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  2. exawoti
    16/01/2020 @ 8:21 am

    Didn’t know the story of Liszt, fascinating.

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  3. aopbifui
    16/01/2020 @ 9:20 am

    Great article, thanks!

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  4. Jonah Dostie
    19/04/2020 @ 4:58 am

    Thanks for finally talking about Carl Tausig, he’s not known enough! I liked it!

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  5. ปั๊มไลค์
    09/06/2020 @ 2:44 pm

    Great article. Really thank you! Really Cool.

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  6. Jada
    20/06/2020 @ 9:45 am

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  7. Latosha
    25/06/2020 @ 5:49 pm

    Man! I had never heard of Tausig. What a great story with Liszt. I’m gonna look up some more of his works! Thanks!!

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  8. Dana Franchitto
    26/03/2021 @ 1:22 pm

    Thank you for this article. I am always curious about the lives of 19th century pianists, especially Tausig and Dreyshock. Of course ,Liszt will always be the greatest to my ears.

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  9. DankaCharkiewicz
    26/01/2022 @ 10:04 pm

    Thanks for the article !
    I have a very old edition of Preludien und Fugen J.S.Bach Ausgewahlt und bearbeitel – Carl Tausig.
    With beautiful drawings decoration – the frame of the first page. Collection Litolff.
    I wonder what could be the date of that exceptional , old edition.
    Could it be 18th century?
    There is no date of issue.

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  10. DankaCharkiewicz
    26/01/2022 @ 10:08 pm

    Sorry of course 19th century !!! ? I repeat ”
    Could it be issued in 19th century ?
    Sorry for typing mistake!

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    • Artur Cimirro
      13/09/2022 @ 8:43 am

      Dear DankaCharkiewicz
      I’m sorry I just read your message today (after many months of delay!)
      If your edition mentions “M. Bahn Verlag” then surely it would be from 19th Century as this book was published in 1869 and the company closed doors in 1897. Bahn Verlag was the original publisher for the Tausig’s selections of Bach’s WTK.
      On the other hand, the old “Litolff Collection” became part of C.F.Peters around 1940’s, so your score probably was issued at some point between 1890’s to 1940’s. Yet a rare score today! I hope one day to see a copy of this Litolff print somewhere!
      All the best
      Artur Cimirro

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