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Liszt piano work unfolds in the hands of pianist Stephen Hough and the BSO

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There usually comes a time when a classical soloist, if good enough and lucky enough, can pick and choose the works he or she will perform in concert. "I stopped playing pieces that are not near and dear to my heart," said pianist Stephen Hough. "I only want to play the ones I love now; and I do love this piece." He is referring to Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 2, which he performs with the...

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