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Marc Andre Hamelin Plays Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

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Published on Mar 9, 2006

Excellent Piano Recital in Japan! FYI, nearly at the end of the piece, Liszt attached "Cadenza ad libitum" in the score, which means that a pianist may play his/her own cadenza at will. Hamelin also added his jazzy cadenza, which can be heard from 8:20 until 11:34 (Thanks Tolstoy111 for correcting me).
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