Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, op.61,
by Friedrich Kalkbrenner
Howard Shelley, piano & conductor,
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
It's not unusual at all for artists to be plagued with varying degrees of self-doubt. Even the most gifted, acclaimed performers can be beset by crippling performance anxieties.
Then there's Friedrich Kalkbrenner.
Far from second guessing himself, his whole thing was now that Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven were dead, he was the last classical composer standing. Never mind such also rans as Schubert, Rossini and Donizetti, to name a few, to good ol' Friedrich, he was it.
So to complement such breathtaking puffery we present today's recipe for Cheese Puffs. You can have at it by clicking here.
This week's recipes are underwritten by the Bloomfield Hills Long Lake Market.