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Dubrovay László: Rapsodia ungherese per clarinetto in Sib e pianoforte

For the 200th anniversary of Franz Liszt's birth

piano score

Nástroj: Clarinet and Piano
Žáner: Sucasna madarska hudba
Rozsah: 32 strán
Format: A/4
Prvé vydanie: Januára 2009
Vydavateľ: Editio Musica Budapest
Objednávacie číslo: 14633
ISMN: 9790080146330
László Dubrovay wrote the following about Liszt and the piece now being published: „Liszt was for me the most important composer in my youth, and as a pianist I played a great number of his works. I admired him as an innovator, who enriched the technique of playing the instrument in a manner unparalleled in piano literature. Later his creative genius captivated me, as he opened up new paths for the future. His works paved the way for impressionism, expressionism, 20th-century folklorism and dodecaphonic thinking. His innovations were always material realisations of spiritual renewal. My Rapsodia ungherese follows the ‚Slow ╩ Fast’ single-movement formal concept of Liszt’s rhapsodies.” Score: 14721, score and orchestral material on hire.
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