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Registration date : 2011-02-10

PostSubject: Bache supported himself   Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:39 am

Bache supported himself as an organist at the English Church, where the pastor had previously known Bache's brother Edward.[19] As his reputation as a performer grew, he also came into demand as a teacher. These two activities guaranteed financial security.[20] He also became acquainted with several young gifted musicians, including fellow Liszt pupil Giovanni Sgambati and violinist Ettore Pinelli.[20] During this time, Bache began exploring the two-piano repertoire, especially the arrangements of Liszt's symphonic poem Les préludes and Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy, which he performed with Sgambati in concert.[21][22] The two-piano arrangements of Liszt's symphonic poems would become an important feature of Bache's concert series once he returned to England.[21] He was also active in chamber music—the works he performed during this time include Chopin's cello sonata, the David-Pinelli Violin Variations, Mendelssohn's D minor piano trio, a piano trio by Anton Rubinstein and a Schumann violin sonata arranged for viola.[6]
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