Oblong octavo (93 x 217 mm.). 3 measures in piano score from the first movement of the composer's Piano Concerto No. 2, op. 42 (measures 4, 5 and 6 after rehearsal no. 13). Notated in blue-black ink on music manuscript paper. Inscribed to Lionel Aucoin.
An attractive example in the hand of this noted Hungarian pianist, composer, conductor and teacher. "Next to Liszt [Dohnányi] ranks as the most versatile Hungarian musician, whose influence reached generations in all spheres of musical life. He is considered the first architect of Hungary’s musical culture in the 20th century." Bálint Vázsonyi in Grove online. Item #22363
Price: $450.00 other currencies