13.07.1856, Wladimir - 06.07.1915, Djutkowo

Taneyev is known as the composition teacher of Rachmaninoff, Glière and Scriabin. His Piano Quintet Op.30 and Piano Trio Op.22 remain popular chamber music compositions to this day. The Prelude & Fugue in G sharp minor Op.29 from 1910 is his best-known composition for solo piano .. Very worth listening! Taneyev's Piano Concerto was first performed in 1998.

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21 August 1927, München - 20 August 2017, Starnberg

"Paradise is the opposite of abandonment, is being together."

"Music has nothing to do with the outer life, it is only a matter of inner life."
Wilhelm Killmayer

Wilhelm Killmayer composed a dozen solo piano compositions, his piano concerto "Sonanzen" (1997) and a lot of chamber music with piano.
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Francis Poulenc
07.01.1899, Paris - 30.01.1963, Paris

A composer with a huge oeuvre for piano - Poulenc wrote about 40 works for solo piano, 4 piano concertos, several works for 2 pianos / piano 4 hands, a dozen chamber music works and about 100 songs. Among the most important lyricists he set to music with his songs include Guillaume Apollinaire, Paul Éluard, Louise de Vilmorin, García de Lorca, Robert Desnos and Jean Anouilh.

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