Anthology of American Piano Music 3 / Various: Anthology of American Piano Music 3

Various Artists: Anthology of American Piano Music 3

Anthology of American Piano Music 3 / Various: Anthology of American Piano Music 3

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Title: Anthology of American Piano Music 3
Artist: Anthology of American Piano Music 3 / Various
Label: Danacord Records
UPC: 5709499800003
Genre: Classical Artists

Another release in our ongoing series of American Piano Music played by the brilliant pianist, Cecile Licad. This volume, concentrating on music inspired by the American Landscape, features many piano pieces not available in a modern digital recording and is essential to all lovers of piano music. Cecile Licad's unique natural pianistic talent was recognized early. She began her piano studies at the age of 3 and made her debut as a soloist with the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Philippines in her native Manila at 7. When she was 12 she auditioned for Rudolf Serkin and was admitted to the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. Ms. Licad's international career was launched in 1981 after she had been awarded the prestigious Leventritt Gold Medal. Since then, Ms. Licad has appeared throughout the world alongside the finest symphonies and in solo recitals.


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