For the Annie Fischer centennial, Hungaraton proffers her potent keyboard art in two works that well defined her musical ambitions.
For chamber music lovers, this is excellent entertainment.
Whither the Zither? Fans will drool, others shake their heads.
Some of the tracks get into a highly intellectual modern jazz bag, but the feeling of the blues is nearly always constant.
LISZT arr. LEÓ WEINER: Sonata in B Minor; WEINER: Preludio, Notturno e Scherzo diabolico; Passacaglia; Toy Soldiers – North Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Miskolc / László Kovács – Hungaroton Classic
If you want to hear what Leó Weiner the composer has to offer, this is a good place to turn, but. . . .