Not only was Teresa Carreño the most famous pianist of her day, she is considered to be Venezuela’s first international super star. And her personal life was just as compelling as her public persona.
Here is the waltz Teresa wrote as a child that we spoke about during the episode: Gottschalk Waltz, Op. 1
And here is a recording of Teresa playing: Chopin Ballade No. 1 in G minor Op. 23
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