[byoo-soh-nee; Italian boo-zaw-nee]
- Fer·ruc·cio (Ben·ve·nu·to) [fer-root-chaw ben-ve-noo-taw] /fɛrˈrut tʃɔ ˌbɛn vɛˈnu tɔ/, 1866–1924, Italian composer and pianist.
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The best edition is that by Busoni, published by Breitkopf and Hrtel.Music: An Art and a Language
Walter Raymond Spalding
Now Busoni can do, on the pianoforte, whatever he can conceive; the question is, what can he conceive?Plays, Acting and Music
Mme. Busoni now invited us to inspect other parts of the house.
He lacks Cortt's inspiring animation, and, still more, the monumental intellectuality of Busoni.
Busoni soon joined us in the salon and the conversation was turned to his activities in the new field.