Jan Ladislav Dussek

Jan Ladislav Dussek was born in Bohemia on 12 February 1760. He became a skilful pianist and studied composition with Carl Philip Emanuel Bach. A prolific composer, he left 28 piano sonatas and 15 piano concertos when he died on 20 March 1812 at Saint-Germain-en-Laye.

A selection of articles about Jan Ladislav Dussek

Ensemble. Extraordinary Artistic Freedom - The Francesco Siciliani Prize at Sagra Musicale Umbra, by Giuseppe Pennisi

Convincingly Handled - Tom Corfield plays the organ of Derby Cathedral, heard by Mike Wheeler

A dazzling recital - Misha Dacic plays Rachmaninoff with soul, admired by Lawrence Budmen

Record Box - Dussek in good light - Stylistic pleasures, with Basil Ramsey

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