Aljoša Jurinić, one of the "Young Croatian Stars" in last night's (7 July 2014) performance in the atrium of the Galerija Klovićevi dvori in Zagreb's Upper Town. Here, he's playing Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11 in A Minor (around 1840) - Lento a capriccio - quasi cimbalo. "Like the cimbalom," the Hungarian/Central European instrument imitated on the piano to give the impression of Gypsy music. This clip shows nice technique. (Apologies for the motor noise--next time I'll avoid zooming in and out.) I think it shows that Croats can be proud of the Austro-Hungarian influences on their culture.