The radical change Franz Liszt's compositional style underwent in the last 20 years of his life was unprecedented in Western classical music. The tradition of music had been one of unified progression, even to the extent of Johannes Brahms' First Symphony being known as "Beethoven's Tenth". Beethoven's own three periods of composition are monolithic and united. Liszt's, by comparison, seem deconstructivist.
Born: October 22, 1811. Died: July 31, 1886 in Bayreuth, Germany. Aged 74. healthy during his but suddenly developed numerous ailments, dropsy, asthma, insomnia, a cataract. Alternate/ Birth Name: Franz Joseph Liszt, Birthplace: Raiding (formerly Doborjan), Hungary. Parents: Mother :Marie Anna Lager (Austrian). At age nine he took music piano lessons form Carl Czerny, pupil of Beethoven and Hummel during his youth. Also, took composition lessons from Antonio Salieri. In 1824 Liszt, studied composition with Anton Reicha and Ferdinando Paer.
Liszt, Liszt Ferencz, Franz Von Liszt, F. Liszt, F. Lists, Liszt-Brugnoli. Miscellaneous information. S" numbers for works are taken from Humphrey Searle: The Music of Liszt (London, 1966), with additions by Sharon Winklhofer and Leslie Howard. Table of Contents: Top - - Chart. Pages in category "Liszt, Franz/Collections". The following 46 pages are in this category, out of 46 total.
By Franz Liszt, Władysław Kędra. 1. 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies, S244/R106: No. 1 in C-Sharp Minor. Listen to Liszt: Famous Piano Works in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 1966 VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin.
Het Internationaal Franz Liszt Pianoconcours wordt elke drie jaar in Utrecht gehouden. Dit evenement is een van de bekendste en meest prestigieuze muziekconcoursen ter wereld en staat bekend om zijn professionele en zorgvuldige ondersteuning van jonge musici. The Liszt Competition is organized by the Liszt Competition Foundation. The Board of the Foundation is advised by the Artistic Advisory Committee.
Franz Liszt was an astonishing piano virtuoso and an extraordinary man. Explore his biography and works here. Liszt's Exciting Life. Liszt was born in Hungary in 1811. He started learning piano at age 7, and grew up in Vienna (where he was taught by Carl Czerny) and Paris. He was trilingual in French, German, and Italian, but wasn't very good at Hungarian though, which embarrassed him! He was ridiculously good at piano when he was young
Although Franz Liszt provided opus numbers for some of his earlier works, they are rarely used today . Années contains some pieces which are loose transcriptions of Liszt's own earlier compositions; the first "year" recreates his early pieces of Album d'un voyageur, while the second book includes a resetting of his own song transcriptions once separately published as Tre sonetti di Petrarca ("Three sonnets of Petrarch"). The relative obscurity of the vast majority of his works may be explained by the immense number of pieces he composed.
This is Franz Liszt's transcription of Camille Saint-Saëns' famous tone poem Danse Macabre for solo piano (S. 555), which he completed in 1876 (Saint-Saëns' composition was completed in 1874). This is Franz Liszt's transcription of Camille Saint-Saëns' famous tone poem Danse Macabre for solo piano (S. res/4437611 for the Saint-Saëns' orchestral score which I uploaded a few months ago. This was my favourite classical piece as a child, so please excuse my uploading two different versions of it! The default audio uses the Salamander soundfont.
|Sonata In B Minor|
|1/1||Lento Assai-Allegro Energico-Grandioso||8:50|
|1/2||Development Part I||4:11|
|1/3||Andante Sostenuto-Quasi Adagio||7:59|
|1/4||Development Part II: Allegro Energize (Fugue)||1:37|
|1/6||Coda: Presto-Prestissimo-Andante Sostenuto-Allegro Moderato-Lento Assai||5:25|
|Tre Sonetti Del Petrarca|
|1/10||St. Francois D'Assise: La Predication Aux Oiseaux||10:33|
|1/11||St. Francois De Paule Marchant Sur Les Flots||8:45|
|2/1||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 15, "Rakoczy March"||5:33|
|2/2||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3, Andante||5:28|
|2/3||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, Lento Capriccioso||10:26|
|2/4||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13, Andante Sostenuto||9:31|
|2/5||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 8, Lento A Capriccio||7:28|
|2/6||Hungarian Rhapsody No. 17, Lento||3:16|
|3/1||Réminiscenses De "Robert Le Diable" (Meyerbeer), Valse Infernale||10:02|
|3/5||Réminiscenes de "Don Juan" (Mozart)||17:04|
|3/6||Waltz From "Faust" (Gounod)||10:10|
- Licensed From – Collins Classics
- Composed By – Franz Liszt
- Piano – Alfred Brendel (tracks: CD 2), Artur Pizarro (tracks: CD 1), Earl Wild (tracks: CD 3)
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- Matrix / Runout (CD 2): * 99273/2 #1 ODR *
- Matrix / Runout (CD 3): * 99273/3 #2 ODR *
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