Category:Commissions by Paul Wittgenstein

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The Austrian pianist Paul Wittgenstein lost his right arm during World War I. As a result he commissioned several composers to write left-handed piano concertos. Because of this, some of the core piano repertoire of the mid twentieth century consists of concertos played using the left hand only.

Pages in category "Commissions by Paul Wittgenstein"

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