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Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z L Related Category: Music: History, Composers, And Performers, Biographies Franz Liszt [frAnts list] Pronunciation Key Czerny and Salieri Berlioz Chopin , and Paganini . He lived with Mme d'Agoult (better known by her pen name, Daniel Stern) from 1833 to 1844, and they had three children; their daughter Cosima became the wife of Hans von BUlow and later of Wagner . As a piano virtuoso, Liszt enthralled his audiences with his expressive interpretations and grand style of playing, augmented with dramatic gestures. In 1848 he decided to make a career as a composer, and became musical director to the duke of Weimar. He remained at Weimar until 1859, and two years later went to Rome, where he became an abbE (1865). During the years between 1880 and 1885, in Rome, Weimar, and Budapest, he taught most of the famous pianists of the succeeding generation. In his compositions he favored program music over traditional musical forms.
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Extractions: Oltre alla versione strumentale della Faust-Symphonie, il FRANZ LISZT PIANO DUO ha eseguito nella stagione 2000 della Fondazione Arena di Verona la versione con coro maschile e tenore solista con il Coro della Fondazione Arena e il tenore Leonardo De Lisi. Per la Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti di Roma il FRANZ LISZT PIANO DUO ha eseguito nell'ottobre 2000, ancora in prima italiana, la Dante-Symphonie di Liszt nella versione con coro femminile, in collaborazione con il Coro del di Roma.
F. Liszt Society of the great Hungarian composer and pianist franz liszt (18111886), An informative link (franz liszt College of Music in Weimar) www.hfmweimar.de http://www.bmc.hu/lisztsociety/index2_en.htm
Extractions: Account No. 11706016-204419661. SWIFT CODE: OTPVHUHB History and structure. The Society, which bears the name of the great Hungarian composer and pianist Franz Liszt (18111886), was founded in 1893, after initiatives dating back to the masters lifetime. It functioned with some interruptions until the Second World War. The Society was re-established in 1973 as an association dependent, like all social bodies at that time, on the party-state. With the change of system in Hungary in 198990 the F. Liszt Society became a self-governing voluntary association for cultural purposes. It is run by a presiding board of 12 members. The president is István Lantos, the distinguished pianist, organist and teacher. The secretary-general is the musicologist Klára Hamburger DSc. The Society is affiliated to the Hungarian Music Council. Apart from its centre and office in Budapest, the Society has branches in Sopron, Szekszárd and Pécs. The membership of the Society is about 400. Purposes.
Extractions: Michael Burgess (Jan. 13, 2005)The UTSA Department of Music Monday Night Artist Series presents "Romantic Artsongs of Franz Liszt" featuring faculty tenor Michael Burgess and pianist Geoffrey Waite at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 24 in the Arts Building Recital Hall at the 1604 Campus. Tickets are $9, $7 for students with I.D. UTSA students are admitted free with UTSACard. For tickets and more information, call (210) 458-5685. The concert of music set to poems by Victor Hugo, Heirich Hein , Goethe, Schiller and Petrarch features Burgess, a UTSA assistant professor of voice, accompanied on piano by Waite.
Extractions: en het muziekleven in de 19de eeuw Zijn eerste piano-onderricht kreeg Liszt van zijn vader en in 1819 gaf hij zijn eerste openbare concert, in Baden bij Wenen. Een studietoelage van vijf Hongaarse geldmagnaten stelde hem in staat te gaan studeren bij Beethovens leerling Czerny in Wenen; theorielessen kreeg hij van Salieri . Zijn eerste openbare concert in 1822 in Wenen was een groot succes. In 1823 maakte hij met zijn vader die de successen van het wonderkind Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart tot voorbeeld nam een concertreis naar Parijs. Aan het conservatorium daar was hij niet welkom, omdat Cherubini een afkeer had van wonderkinderen. Van 1823 tot 1836 woonde Liszt in Parijs, van waaruit hij verschillende tournees maakte; hij studeerde zelfstandig piano (methode Kalkbrenner ) en bestudeerde de theoretische vakken bij achtereenvolgens F. Paër
Extractions: The Little Search Engine that Could Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog COPAC Database (UK) Book Citations [First 20 Records (of 698)] Author: Friedheim, Arthur, 1859-1932. Title: Life and Liszt; the recollections of a concert pianist. Edited by Theodore L. Bullock. Published: New York, Taplinger Pub. Co.  Description: 335 p. illus. 22 cm. LC Call No.: ML417.F75 A3 Dewey No.: 927.8 Subjects: Friedheim, Arthur, 1859-1932. Pianists Biography. Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886. Control No.: 61015656 /L/r872 Author: Saint-Sahens, Camille, 1835-1921. Uniform Title: Danse macabre (Symphonic poem); arr. Title: Danse macabre : poheme symphonique / de Camille Saint-Sahens ; transciption pour piano par Franz Liszt. Published: Paris : Durand, Sch6newerk ; Leipzig : F.E.C. Leuckart,  Description: 21 p. of music ; 35 cm. LC Call No.: ML31 .H43e no. 35 Subjects: Symphonic poems (Piano), Arranged. Other authors: Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886. arr Control No.: 65082357 /M/r91 Author: Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897- Title: Liszt. Published: New York, Dover Publications  Description: xxxvi, 400 p. illus., ports. 22 cm. LC Call No.: ML410.L7 S62 1967 Dewey No.: 780.924 B Notes: "This Dover edition is an unabridged republication, with minor corrections, of the revised edition published in 1955." "Catalogue of works by Liszt": p. 338-357. Bibliography: p. 356-366. Subjects: Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886. Control No.: 66026822 /MN/r84
Extractions: Scherbakov completes his survey of Franz Liszt transcriptions of Beethoven symphonies with the monumental Ninth Symphony . Liszts megalomania only extended to attempting to transcribe orchestral and choral forces to the piano, but not over-elaborating on the score nor altering the structure of the music. As such, the bare bones of the music may still be savoured even without experiencing the colours of the orchestra or the warmth of the chorus. Thats when a pianists imagination in phrasing and ability to bring certain lines of the music to life becomes paramount; anything less would be a meaningless run through.
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Extractions: e-mail: email@example.com Release: Aug. 27, 1999 Pianist Ksenia Nosikova will perform music of Franz Liszt on UI faculty recital Sept. 12 IOWA CITY, Iowa Pianist Ksenia Nosikova will perform a vast and varied collection of pieces by legendary piano virtuoso Franz Liszt on a University of Iowa faculty recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12 in Clapp Recital Hall on the UI campus. Nosikova, who teaches piano at the UI School of Music, will play "The Second Year: Italy" from Liszt's "Annees de Pelerinage" (Years of Pilgrimage). Her recital will be free and open to the public. Franz Liszt was one of the greatest pianists, and most influential musicians, of the 19th century. Displaying both an astonishing technique and an extravagant personality, he created a sensation in his performances. One of the first musical super-stars, he was largely responsible for the ideal of the flamboyant virtuoso. He was also an important and original composer who wrote orchestral tone poems, songs and sacred choral music in addition to his many difficult virtuoso show pieces for piano. Liszt worked on the "Annees de Pelerinage" almost constantly throughout his life. The first pieces were published as early as 1836, when the composer was 25 years old, and the final book was published in 1883, three years before Liszt's death. Thus it is the only work that spans his lifetime, from his years of study in Paris, to his years as a traveling virtuoso, and his later years in Weimar and Rome. In its entirety, the "Annees de Pelerinage" is considered a musical self-portrait that covers many aspects of Liszt's personality.
Extractions: FRANZ LISZT (1811-1886) Excerpts from the sleeve notes Paris, March 1831, and the talk of the French capital was the appearance of the hitherto unrivalled Paganini. The Times correspondent was at a loss as to how to describe the phenomenon. He has performed thrice at the Académie Royale de Musique, and each time with increasing applause. Language cannot do justice to his wonderful exertion. [ ] New powers are given to the instrument, which even the most eminent musicians declare, they were not aware was in its compass. He plays entirely from memory, without the intervention of a desk between him and his enchanted listeners. His appearance is singular and denotes the enthusiast [sic]. Strong black hair curls in profusion round his face, which is of an ashy paleness. His eyes flash fire, his nostrils appear distended, and could we hide the organ from which he produces such magic tones, he would be an excellent representative of a prophet foretelling the future. This, then, is the background to the composition of the Six Grandes Etudes de Paganini. The first fruit of his Paganini-inspired labours was the Grande Fantaisie de bravoure sur La Clochette de Paganini (S420) which appeared in 1832. It utilises material from the last movement of Paganinis Violin Concerto No 2 in B minor. Its main theme, itself based on an old Italian melody, is familiar from Paganinis inclusion of a little bell in the score (hence its nickname of La Clochette and, in Liszts later study using the same theme, La Campanella). The Clochette fantasy remains one of the most extraordinarily difficult works ever written for the piano but, as Busoni noted, the work shows an original mind peeping through, a constrained emotion struggling for expression. There are spiccato effects and terrifying leaps with which Liszt sought to simulate Paganinis dizzying violin feats.
Extractions: Performing Arts Library IPAM Traditions Liszt and His Pupils Franz Liszt was born in Raiding, Hungary on October 22, 1811. There were three main periods of Liszt's life. His first was primarily as a pianist (childhood to 1847). The second was a period of composition and promotion (1848 to 1861) and the third was devoted to composition and education. His initial piano study was at the hand of his father, Adam Liszt. Liszt's first public performance took place at the age of nine. His performance garnered him the interest and support of some Hungarian noblemen who funded his studies for the next few years. Liszt then moved to Vienna where he studied under Czerny. While in Vienna, Liszt met Beethoven and Schubert. In 1827, Liszt's father died and he began to provide for his mother through frequent public concerts. In 1833, Liszt met Countess Marie d'Agoult, with whom he had a lengthy relationship and had three children. Liszt continued to tour throughout Europe and his excursions from 1838 to 1847 were highly praised. From 1848 to 1861, Liszt published the Transcendental Etudes, Paganini Etudes, Hungarian Rhapsodies, twelve Symphonic Poems, the Faust and Dante Symphonies and other works. In 1849, Liszt settled in Weimar to conduct the Court Theater for twelve years. During his Weimar years and until his death, liszt offered frequent master classes that were attended by countless aspiring pianists from all over the world. At the same time, his piano works took on a much more experimental and less virtuosic character than previously. He died in Bayreuth, Germany on July 31, 1886.
Extractions: Franz Liszt, Hungarian composer and pianist, was born in Raiding near Sopron on 22 October 1811. He made his debut at the age of nine and subsequently studied in Vienna with Czerny and Sallieri. Later on in Paris he came to know all the principal artistic figures of the period and was influenced by Hector Berlioz, Frederic Chopin and Nicolo Paganini. He lived with Mme. D'Agoult (better known by her pen name, Daniel Stern) between 1833 and 1844 and they had three children. Their daughter Cosima became the wife of Hans von Bülow and later married Wagner. Liszt's reputation as a performer rests mainly on the great tours of Europe and Asia Minor which he undertook between 1838 and 1847. In 1848 he was persuaded by Princess Carolyne von Sayn-Wittgenstein, sister of the Tsar of Russia, to give up his career as a travelling virtuoso and to concentrate upon composition. He accepted an appointment to settle at Weimar where he lived with the Princess for the next twelve years, a period during which he wrote or revised most of the major works for which he is known.