Liberace in Concert Vinyl LP Record
Liberace in Concert Vinyl LP Record is now available in Bangladesh at Multimedia Kingdom. Most remembered for his extravagant costumes and trademark candelabra placed on the lids of his flashy pianos, Liberace was loved by his audiences for his music talent and unique showmanship. He was born as Wladziu Valentino Liberace on May 16, 1919, into a musical family, in Wisconsin. Liberace’s own extraordinary natural talent became evident when he learned to play the piano, by ear, at the age of four. He is famous for his many activities like-
His extravagant clothes
The candelabra that he placed on his piano
His Baldwin piano decorated with small mirrors.
His virtuoso talent on the piano
01. Man And Woman
03. I’ll Be Seeing You
05. Moonlight Sonata
06. Spanish Eyes
07. Let Me Call You Sweetheart
08. Chopins Noctrune In E Flat
10. Love Theme From “Romeo and Juliet”
He debuted as a soloist with the Chicago Symphony, under the direction of Dr. Frederick Stock. At age 17, Liberace joined the Works Progress Administration Symphony Orchestra. He received a scholarship to attend the Wisconsin College of Music. In 1939, after a classical recital, Liberace’s audience requested the popular tune, “Three Little Fishes”. Liberace seized the opportunity and performed the tune with a semi-classical style which the audience loved. Soon, this unique style of playing the piano got Liberace bookings in large nightclubs.
01. Boogie Woogie
03. Close to you
06.Theme From “The Godfather”
07. Strangest Dream
08. Sunrise Concerto
09. Piano Roll Blues
10. No New Tunes On This Old Piano
Liberace was bestowed with many awards during his lifetime including: Instrumentalist of the Year, Best Dressed Entertainer, Entertainer of the Year, two Emmy Awards, six gold albums, and two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In The Guinness Book of World Records, he has been listed as the world’s highest paid musician and pianist. Liberace was an extremely talented and versatile man. He not only played the piano, but sang, danced and joked during his performances. In fact, one of Liberace’s biggest accomplishments was his ability to turn a recital into a show full of music, glitter and personality.