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Adolf Drescher was a German pianist.
Drescher debuted as a twelve-year-old with Haydn’s piano concerto in D major under Leo Blech in Riga, where he continued his pianistic training at the Conservatory (founded in 1919). After the war, he began to perform extensively and made a series of recordings for radio and record. At the same time, he devoted himself not only to the classical German repertoire, but also to engage in forgotten and unknown works. Drescher stood in the tradition of a German-influenced pianist line, as represented by Edwin Fischer and Wilhelm Kempff. In 1967 he died in Hamburg through suicide.
Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
Performer: Adolf Drescher
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Perl Serie
Size: 780 MB