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Sonoko Inoue

Sonoko Inoue

This is a recording by Sonoko Inoue, a prodigy pianist who made her debut in 1926 playing with an orchestra conducted by Hidemaro Konoye. After her debut, she studied at the national music school in Vienna in her mid-teens and also participated in the international music competition there. Including this recording, The Historical Recordings Collection, Rekion, has about 20 recordings played by her, for example, “La Campanella 1, 2” (composed by Franz Liszt), and “Troika” (composed by Tchaikovsky).


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