Stephen Hough

Stephen Hough

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Stephen Hough (born November 22, 1961) is a British-born classical pianist, composer and writer. He became an Australian citizen in 2005 and thus has dual nationality. Hough was born in Heswall (then in Cheshire) on the Wirral Peninsula, and grew up in Hoylake, where he began piano lessons at the age of five. In 1978, he was a finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition and won the piano section. In 1982, he won the Terence Judd Award in England.

My Favorite Things: Virtuoso Encores [1991]
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  • 1. Hexentanz (2:37)
  • 2. The Maiden's Wish, Op. 74 No. 1 (4:04)
  • 3. Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal, Op. 3 No. 2 (arr. Stephen Hough) (2:10)
  • 4. The Fuchsia Tree, Op. 25 No. 2 (arr. Stephen Hough) (1:33)
  • 5. Capriccio in F minor (2:30)
  • 6. Minuet in G Major (4:34)
  • 7. Nocturne (4:20)
  • 8. Etude in A-flat major (3:08)
  • 9. Mélodie in E major (4:21)
  • 10. Caprice-Burlesque (4:28)
  • 11. The Sound of Music: My Favorite Things (arr. Stephen Hough) (2:40)
  • 12. Kashmiri Love Song (arr. Stephen Hough) (3:36)
  • 13. Musical Box (2:38)
  • 14. The Swan (3:24)
  • 15. Papillons (2:36)
  • 16. The Gardens of Buitenzorg (3:34)
  • 17. Waltz (1:53)
  • 18. En Route, Op. 9 (1:10)
  • 19. Sicilliano (2:47)
  • 20. Caprice Espagnol (5:52)