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Liszt Preludes

Posted by: | on October 2, 2012

8 Comments to Liszt Preludes

  1. Faugar says:
    Les préludes, S (Liszt, Franz) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 1 movement Composition Year –55 Genre Categories:Composer: Liszt, Franz.
  2. Tojakasa says:
    LISZT'S symphonic poem Les Preludes, as is well known, is entitled after a work by Alphonse de Lamartine, namely the fifteenth in his set of Nouvelles Meditations, first published in The explanatory sub-title 'D'apres Lamartine' added by the composer makes it certain that.
  3. Kigagis says:
    Liszt*, The Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra*, Franz Konwitschny, The Prague Symphony Orchestra - Vaclav Smetacek* ‎– Les Preludes; Tasso Label: Parliament ‎– PLP(S)
  4. Nik says:
    Les préludes () is the third, and by far the most popular, of the 12 symphonic poems Liszt wrote during his tenure as Grand Ducal Director of Music Extraordinary at Weimar. All 12 works are dedicated to Princess Carolyne Sayn-Wittgenstein. Despite the suggestion of its title, Les préludes is by itself a complete, freestanding work.
  5. Kagagul says:
    Aug 06,  · Franz LISZT: Les Préludes (Poème symphonique transcrit par le compositeur pour piano à 4 mains) Enregistrement "live" à la Chapelle aux Concerts de Couvet, le 18 mai Piano: Emile.
  6. Tygosar says:
    A lengthy prelude featuring an A–B–A structure with continuous eighth-note movement in the left hand and chords and a nocturne-like melody in the right. Cortot: On foreign soil, under a night of stars, thinking of my beloved faraway.
  7. Mezir says:
    Franz Liszt Les Préludes (Symphonic Poem No.3), S Study score (German Edition) Franz Liszt The third of the ground-breaking series of thirteen works composed for orchestra, Liszt's "Les Préludes" was inspired by Alphonse de Lamartine's "Nouvelles méditations poétiques". Composed from , it was.
  8. Yoktilar says:
    Les Préludes, symphonic, or tone, poem by Hungarian pianist and composer Franz Liszt that premiered in in Weimar, in the grand duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (now in Germany). It is the best known of Liszt’s 13 symphonic poems and is by turns reflective, martial, and majestic.

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