Improvisation on a Bach Chorale for Two Pianos by Ferruccio Busoni

Italian composer Ferruccio Busoni (1886 – 1924) was a fine pianist, composer, conductor, writer, editor and educator. His compositions were largely neglected after his death until around the 1980s. A master piano teacher (his pupils included Egon Petri and Stanley Gardner), Busoni was regarded as an intellectual; a philosopher who was accustomed to thinking outside the box. Amongst his large compositional output, the most fabled pieces…