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Franz Liszt, Austrian-Hungarian composer, still looking quite foxy at 47 in 1858.

A physician whose speciality is the disorders of women and with whom I conversed as to the magic which our Liszt exercises on his public, smiled mysteriously and told many things of magnetism, galvanism, electricity, of contagion in an overheated hall…
—Heinrich Heine explains the phenomenon of Lizstomania in 1844.

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Franz Liszt, Austrian-Hungarian composer, still looking quite foxy at 47 in 1858.

A physician whose speciality is the disorders of women and with whom I conversed as to the magic which our Liszt exercises on his public, smiled mysteriously and told many things of magnetism, galvanism, electricity, of contagion in an overheated hall…

Heinrich Heine explains the phenomenon of Lizstomania in 1844.

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Anatoliy Brandukov, c. 1880, in his twenties. This brilliant cellist was friends with Pyotr Tchaikovsky (above), and helped 19-year old Sergei Rachmaninoff with his first concert.
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Anatoliy Brandukov, c. 1880, in his twenties. This brilliant cellist was friends with Pyotr Tchaikovsky (above), and helped 19-year old Sergei Rachmaninoff with his first concert.

Submitted by John Piccolini

Boyfriend Gustav Mahler would like to pour you an organic elderflower martini. 
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Boyfriend Gustav Mahler would like to pour you an organic elderflower martini. 

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