This anthology of works for the left hand - the first one ever realized - is built around Paul Wittgenstein, a well-known Austrian pianist who lost his right arm during World War One. Composed of five volumes, this anthology enables us to discover, or rediscover, whole sections of our pianistic heritage, whose extent and wealth still remain little known. Nevertheless, the names of our greatest composers are associated with this repertoire. After a first record dedicated to works for the left hand from Ravel, Scriabine, Chopin, Saint-Saëns and Bach, followed by a second one consecrated to Blumenfeld, Bartók, Alkan, Schulhoff and Reger, I've decided to continue my exploration of works for the left hand in this third recording, including unavoidable works, mostly transcriptions this time. The four first volumes will be followed by a records set (to be released in November 2014), including a fifth volume consecrated to Paul Wittgenstein's transcriptions of works from Chopin, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Liszt… unpublished and never recorded. This project is supported by the French « Mission du Centenaire de la Première Guerre mondiale".