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Liszt Ferenc: Grand Etudes after Paganini

Preface by Kaczmarczyk Adrienne
Edited by Szelényi István, Gárdonyi Zoltán
Zasedba: Piano
Serija: Separate editions from the New Liszt Complete Critical Edition
Obdobje: Romantic
Jezik: English, German
Število strani: 68 strani
Format: 23 x 30 cm
Weight: 0.189 kg
Leto izdaje: Oktober 1971
Založba: Editio Musica Budapest
Številka artikla: 6500
ISMN: 9790080065006
Liszt would not have become the artist we know, had it not been for Paganini. In turn, Liszt’s absence would have made the history of music and musical performance very different. As such, it is safe to say that the 1832 concert where Liszt first heard the ''Devil’s Violinist'' play was of historic importance. Following this experience, Liszt emerged renewed from his career crisis of several years and soon found his own voice as a composer. At the same time, he progressed to become the most influential piano virtuoso of all time. Liszt's Grandes études de Paganini, based on Paganini’s capriccios, is one of the fruits of this exceptional encounter. Its significance is attested by François-Joseph Fétis, the prominent critic who commented on the first version, ''There! the creation of the Piano - one did not know until now what it was.''

This revised (2018) version is based on the New Liszt Edition, complete with a new preface, critical notes, and a facsimile reproduction.

Vsebina

1.
Grandes Études de Paganini No. 1
R 3b, SW/SH 141, NG2 A173
2.
Grandes Études de Paganini No. 2
R 3b, SW/SH 141, NG2 A173
3.
Grandes Études de Paganini No. 3 La Campanella
R 3b, SW/SH 141, NG2 A173
4.
Grandes Études de Paganini No. 4
R 3b, SW/SH 141, NG2 A173
5.
Grandes Études de Paganini No. 5
R 3b, SW/SH 141, NG2 A173
6.
Grandes Études de Paganini No. 6
R 3b, SW/SH 141, NG2 A173