Includes arrangements of songs of Robert Franz, Mendelssohn's Wasserfahrt und Jaeger-Abschied, and Meyerbeer's Illustrations du Prophete. With a preface, facsimile plates, appendix with a first version of Verdi's Salve Maria, and critical notes.
This biography of Liszt is divided into three sections. The first part looks at his life; the second studies Liszt's relationships with other composers, as well as Liszt as pianist and political figure; the third analyzes his music. With a foreword, introduction, and index. Music examples. Tables.
Edited by Christian Ubber, Sabine Ziegler and Jochen Reutter. Nine easy to intermediate-level piano pieces by Liszt: La cloche sonne -- En reve -- Consolation 1 -- Consolation 2 -- Etude Op. 1/4 -- Etude Op. 1/12 -- Au lac de Wallenstadt -- Etude d'execution trancendante 3 -- Resignazione.
Contemporary piece thematically inspired by the music of Franz Liszt.
The Renner Ensemble Regensburg performs music by Liszt, as wel as Berlioz, Cornelius, Rossini, and Verdi. Hybrid SACD.
2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1, timp, perc, str.
This paraphrase, composed in 1859, is one of Liszt's earlier arrangements on Verdi, and is based on the famous quartet from the opera. With a preface by Christian Krauss.
Weeks performs the songs of Liszt with pianist Naomi Oliphant.
A program of music by Chopin and Liszt.
Liszt was a great reader, and books played an important role in his development. Illustrations, facsimiles.
This book studies movies which feature the character of Liszt, as well as film which use his music. With an introduction and indices. Black & white and color photos.
Includes music by Marcel Dupre, Leo Weiner, and Rainer Bischof. Martin Haselboeck conducts the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrucken Kaiserslautern. SACD.
Jung performs with pianist Grigorios Zamparas.
This book uses Liszt's Saint Stanislas Oratorio as an entry point into the study of the composer's relationship to his contemporaries and Romantic music in general. With a preface, appendix, bibliography, and index.
The great conductor Weingartner wrote this essay about the music of Liszt in 1907. This book presents a facsimile of the manuscript of the essay, as well as an edition with notes. The book also features correspondence between the two men. With a foreword, introduction, bibliography, and index.
The second volume of the acclaimed standard work is now available also in this paperback. (The original hardcover edition is $39.95). The third and final volume has not been published yet.