Leslie Howard Reformed Liszt
Leslie Howard at the Reform Club with rarely heard works of Liszt in place of the advertised two piano version of Beethoven 9th.
Due to the indisposition of the second pianist who fifty years younger had slipped and fractured his arm.
No need to worry as Leslie had some masterly performances in store.
Weinen Klagen Sorgen Zagen S.179 dedicated to Anton Rubinstein and written after the death of Liszt`s daughter,Blandine.
A rare Harmonie du Soir from 1833 ending with Grosses Konzert Solo S.176 a forerunner of the B minor Sonata of such difficulty that its dedicatee Adolf Henselt declared it beyond him.
S.Francis of Paola walking on the Waves was a remarkable encore on what must be the hottest day of the year.