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Franz Liszt

(1811 - 1886)

 

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Universally considered the greatest piano virtuoso of all time, Franz Liszt was born in Hungary. Liszt went to Vienna to become a piano student of Carl Czerny and composition student of Salieri. In 1823, Liszt settled in Paris and toured all over Europe with the unprecedented triumphs. In 1844, Liszt began composing, especially in the new form of the symphonic poem. Liszt was a formidable teacher; he had more than a 100 students, mostly in Weimar. In Hungary where he became a national hero, Liszt was teaching and supervised the development of the Budapest Conservatory. As a pianist, Liszt had no peer. As a composer he opened a path to a younger generation.

 

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 Anfangs wollt ich fast verzagen  
 Angiolin dal biondo crin  (Angel fair with golden hair)
 Comment, disaient-ils  (O how, murmered he)
 Das Grab und die Rose La Tombe et la Rose  (La Tombe et la Rose)
 Das Veilchen  (The Violet)
 Der Gluckliche  
 Der du von Himmel bist  (O thou who from heaven art)
 Des Tages laute Stimmen schweigen  
 Die Lorelei  (The Loreley)
 Die Macht der Musik  
 Die Perle  (La Perla)
 Die Vatergruft  (The Ancestral Tomb)
 Die drei Zigeuner  (The Three Gypsies)
 Du bist wie eine Blume  (Thou art lovely as a flower)
 Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam  (In northern land a pine tree)
 Einst  
 Enfant, si j’etais Roi  (My child, were I a king)
 Es muss ein Wunderbares sein  (A wondrous rapture must it be)
 Es rauschen die Winde  (The winds of autumn)
 Es war ein Konig in Thule  (There was a kind in Thule)
 Freudvoll und Leidvoll (Version 1)  
 Freudvoll und Leidvoll (Version 2)  
 Freudvoll und Leidvoll (Version 3)  
 Gastibelza (Bolero)  
 Gestorben war ich  
 Hohe Liebe  
 Ich liebe dich  (I love but thee)
 Ich scheide  (Departure)
 Ich verlor die Kraft und das Leben  (J'ai perdu ma force et ma vie)
 Ihr Glocken von Marling  
 Im Rhein, im schonen Strome  (In the Rhine, that noble river)
 In Liebeslust  (In love's delight)
 Johanna von Arc vor dem Scheiterhaifen (Dramatic Scene)  (Jeanne d'Arc au bucher)
 Jugendgluck  
 Kling leise, mein Lied (Version 1)  (Breathe gently, my song)
 Kling leise, mein Lied (Version 2)  (Breathe gently, my song)
 Lasst mich ruhen  (Let me linger)
 Lebe wohl!  
 Mignons Lied  
 Morgens steh ich auf  
 Nimm einen Strahl der Sonne  (Take of the sun its radiance)
 Oh! Quand je dors  (O in my dreams)
 O lieb  
 S’il est un charmont gazon  (If I knew a meadow fair)
 Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge (Version 1)  (Gaze upon me, eyes of azure)
 Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge (Version 2)  (Gaze upon me, eyes of azure)
 Sei still  
 Und wir dachten der Toten  
 Vergiftet sind meine Lieder  
 Verlassen  
 Wanderers Nachtlied  (Wanderer's Night Song)
 Was Liebe sei?  
 Weil noch, Sonnenstrahl  (Go not, happy day)
 Weimars Toten  
 Weimars Volkslied  
 Wer nie sein Brod mit Tranen ass  
 Wieder mocht’ ich dir begegnen  (Could I once again caress thee)
 Wie singt die Lerche schon  



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