Lazare Lévy (sometimes seen in a hyphenated version: Lazare-Lévy) (18 January 1882 – 20 September 1964) was an influential French pianist, organist, composer and pedagogue. As a virtuoso pianist he toured throughout Europe, in North Africa, Israel, the Soviet Union and Japan. He taught for many years at the Paris Conservatoire.
Titre uniforme : Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). Compositeur. [Fantaisies. Piano. D 760. Do majeur]; Collection : Edition nationale; Présentation musicale : Partition
Titre uniforme : [Fantaisies. Piano. KV 475. Do mineur]