285 Concerto Sinfonique No.4
Litolff

Down 26 for this Hall of Fame One Hit Wonder. Lowest position since 2003.

Litolff left audiences spellbound with his magical performances on the piano from the age of fourteen. In order that he might continue to enchant concert-goers across Europe, Litolff wrote himself a series of symphonies with a solo piano part. They were not quite concertos — and they weren't quite symphonies either. Instead, they were pieces that were specifically designed to make him sound great when he played them. The fourth is just a joy of a work and is said to have inspired Liszt. So much so, in fact, that he dedicated his own piano concerto to the half-Scots, half-Alsatian master of the piano keyboard.

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