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Newly formed Ernö Dohnányi Society seeks members

28 January 2014

Erno Dohnanyi (1877-1960)
Erno Dohnanyi (1877-1960)© Tully Potter Collection

A society dedicated to the music of Ernö Dohnányi (1877-1960) has been formed, with pianist Martin Roscoe named as honorary president. The group, which is currently internet-based, plans to adopt a formal constitution and organise regular meetings in due course.

Roscoe, who has been championing Dohnányi for many years, believes that the repertoire has much to offer: ‘I think he is a composer who deserves to be better known; there are only a handful of pieces that are ever played. For example, the Variations on a Nursery Song used to be a popular piece in the 1950s but it only gets a rare outing now.

‘The repertoire is beautifully crafted, it has a lot of variety and although it comes from the grand Romantic tradition of Liszt and Brahms there is an individuality that speaks to audiences. And there is a lot of piano music; I’m in the process of recording it for Hyperion – I start recording the third disc in April and the final one in May next year. A lot of it is approachable for amateur players, although some is extremely difficult.

‘There is also some fantastic chamber music – and two piano concertos,’ adds Roscoe. ‘Dohnányi was a hugely important figure in the first half of the 20th century in Europe as a pianist, conductor and composer, and as head of the Franz Liszt Academy he taught many famous pianists such as Annie Fischer. A colossal figure.’

Those interested in becoming members are invited to contact Tom Teague at or Robert Aston at

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