Arthur Friedheim: Discography

Friedheim's recordings - all of them acoustic - have been reissued on Pearl GEMM CD 9993. Curiously, Friedheim's ten disks include the two pieces that Liszt forbade his students from performing at his master classes: The Chopin D-flat Scherzo, which Liszt called the "English Governess" Scherzo (because, he said, every English governess played it), and Liszt's own 2nd Hungarian Rhapsody.

 Composer  Piece  Orig. Issue / Matrix  Date
 Beethoven  Sonata #14 ("Moonlight"), Op. 27 #2: 1st mvt.  Columbia 410 / 36527  1912/12/31
 Beethoven  Sonata #14 ("Moonlight"), Op. 27 #2: 3rd mvt.  Columbia 410 / 36528  1912/12/31
 Chopin  Scherzo #2 , Op. 31  Columbia A 5458 / 36530-1, 33-1  1912/12/31
 Chopin  Sonata #2 , Op. 35, 3: Marche funebre  Columbia A 5416 / 30968-1  1912/04/29
 Chopin  Sonata #2 , Op. 35, 3: Marche funebre  Columbia A 5416 / 30968-2 (both matrices issued)  1912 (c)
 Liszt  Etudes d'execution transcendante, S. 139, 5: Feux follets  Columbia 517 / 30931  1912/01/07
 Liszt  Grandes etudes apres Paganini, S. 141, 3: La campanella  Columbia 517 / 36675  1913/02/24
 Liszt  Hungarian Rhapsody #2 ("Bugs Bunny"), S. 244/02 (abridged)  Emerson 7235 / 2616-1, 2617-1  1917 (c)
 Liszt  Hungarian Rhapsody #6, S. 244/06  Columbia A 5491 / 30937-2, 36674-1  1912/01/12, 1913/02/24
 Weber  Sonata #1 , Op. 24, 4: Perpetuum mobile  Columbia 351 & A 5416 / 30928-2  1911/12/29

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