Georges (originally György) Cziffra (November 5, 1921–January 17, 1994) was a Hungarian virtuoso pianist.
Many of his recordings are regarded as controversial, claimed by some to be showy and unmusical. Others regard these attributions as professional jealousy, as there is generally little doubt that Cziffra had a remarkable virtuoso technique and was a master at improvisation.
A son of Hungarian Romas (his father, György Cziffra Sr., was a cimbalom player and played in cabaret halls and restaurants in Paris… read more
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|2||Waltzes: No. 13 in D flat, Op. 70/3||1,895 listeners|
|3||Waltzes: No. 19 in A minor, Op. posth||900 listeners|
|4||Fantaisie-impromptu in C sharp minor Op. 66||829 listeners|
|5||3 Impromptus: No. 1 in A flat Op. 29||827 listeners|
|6||3 Impromptus: No. 1 in A-Flat, Op. 29||496 listeners|
|7||3 Impromptus: No. 3 in G-Flat, Op. 51||496 listeners|
|8||3 Impromptus: No. 2 in F-Sharp, Op. 36||479 listeners|
|9||Waltzes: No. 10 in B minor, Op. 69/2||458 listeners|
|10||Waltzes: No. 18 in E flat, Op. posth. (pub 1925)||454 listeners|