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I also own the multi-record set originally issued, and the CD does the vinyl justice fully.
I guarantee you will not be able to return to Campanella after hearing Cziffra, unless you simply are looking for something to help you get to sleep at night.
Liszt was a brilliant composer and when his Hungarian Rhapsodies are played by Campanella, it is MAGISTIC to say the least!
My students write their best work while listening to this cd. I hear them tapping to the rythm eand this is fine. This is beautiful. They are learning as they write.Published 12 days ago by ElementarySchoolTeacher
Fantastic! I were the previlege to see live this Campanella palying this Hungarian Rhapsodies and like the live spectacle this recording it is also fantastic! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Antonio Silva
I've had this album for 30 years, and it still thrills me. Michele is a great pianist. His playing has mood and feeling, and a sense of the Hungarian essence. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dean Brown
First, for the record (pun intended), I haven't heard this CD set, actually; I have the equivalent LP set. Read morePublished on July 31, 2012 by J. Wayland Eheart
Individual legendary performances of the Hungarian Rhapsodies abound nowadays (I probably have a dozen golden-age recordings of number 2). Read morePublished on April 3, 2011 by A piano teacher
This recording is great. The pianist does a wonderful job capturing the feeling and movement of the pieces.Published on February 24, 2006 by S. Cardona
While it may be true that the age of pianistic romanticism died with Horowitz, it is hard to find a good reason to call the kind of playing on this album anything but... Read morePublished on July 24, 2005 by J. Worth