FOLLOW BOREME
TAGS
<< Back to listing
Mephisto Waltz at London's Eurostar Terminal

Mephisto Waltz at London's Eurostar Terminal

(8:41) March 2014. London, King's Cross St. Pancras International: Fantastic display of virtuosity on a saloon piano by Polish classical pianist Jozef Kapustka. The piece is Franz Liszt's Mephisto Waltz No.1, once described as "one of the most voluptuous episodes outside of the Tristan score."

Share this post

You can comment as a guest, but registering gives you added benefits

Add your comment
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: darkstar (1531 days ago)
Latest comment:

guy is amazing

ReplyVote up (231)down (231)
Original comment
Latest comment:

guy is amazing

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
WellHungarian WellHungarian (1532 days ago)

Should've tuned the piano first.

ReplyVote up (233)down (234)
Original comment

Should've tuned the piano first.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (1533 days ago)

What the hell was that filmed on, a toaster?

ReplyVote up (229)down (256)
Original comment

What the hell was that filmed on, a toaster?

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: Tiny Tim (1532 days ago)

Sounds like it was played on a toaster.

ReplyVote up (237)down (228)
Original comment

Sounds like it was played on a toaster.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
RELATED POSTS
Compressorhead - Ace of Spades
Compressorhead - Ace of Spades
Hypnotist stuns TEDX crowd
Hypnotist stuns TEDX crowd
Poodlebum and Piddlepee
Poodlebum and Piddlepee
How big are SpaceX rockets really?
How big are SpaceX rockets really?
Jim Jefferies gets Jordan Peterson to admit he was wrong
Jim Jefferies gets Jordan Peterson to admit he was wrong