Franz Liszt, Xavier Darasse - Franz Liszt album flac
Title: Franz Liszt
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Organ Music (secondary title) "At the Great Cavaillé-Coll Organ of the Basilica of Saint-Sernin de Toulouse".
The radical change Franz Liszt's compositional style underwent in the last 20 years of his life was unprecedented in Western classical music. The tradition of music had been one of unified progression, even to the extent of Johannes Brahms' First Symphony being known as "Beethoven's Tenth". Beethoven's own three periods of composition are monolithic and united. Liszt's, by comparison, seem deconstructivist.
Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886) was a creative Hungarian composer as well as a conductor, virtuoso pianist, music teacher, organist, author, music arranger, and philanthropist. Liszt was popularly renowned during the early nineteenth century in Europe as an extraordinary virtuoso pianist. In addition, he was a music promoter who acted as friend and benefactor to many other composers of that same time, such as Frederic Chopin, Robert Schumann, and Richard Wagner, just to name a few, as well as promoting his musical forebears, such as Bach and Beethoven
In 1841, Franz Liszt was admitted to the Freemason's lodge "Unity" "Zur Einigkeit", in Frankfurt am Main. He was promoted to the second degree and elected master as member of the lodge "Zur Einigkeit", in Berlin. From 1845 he was also honorary member of the lodge "Modestia cum Libertate" at Zurich and 1870 of the lodge in Pest (Budapest-Hungary). After 1842, "Lisztomania" – coined by 19th-century German poet and Liszt's contemporary, Heinrich Heine – swept across Europe . Liszt's own point of view regarding programme music can for the time of his youth be taken from the preface of the Album d'un voyageur (1837). According to this, a landscape could evoke a certain kind of mood.
Franz Liszt: Franz Liszt, Hungarian piano virtuoso and composer. Among his many notable compositions are his 12 symphonic poems, two piano concerti, several sacred choral works, and a variety of solo piano pieces. A controversial figure in his time, he later came to be seen as a revolutionary who anticipated later developments. During the period in Weimar Liszt also composed the Totentanz for piano and orchestra, revised versions of the Transcendental and Paganini Études and of the first two books of the Années de pèlerinage, choral works, and numerous others. Some of these works had been sketched out in the 1840s or earlier, but, even so, his productivity in this period remains astonishing. Franz Liszt, lithograph by Joseph Kriehuber, 1846. Courtesy of the Museo Teatrale alla Scala, Milan.
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|A1||Prelude And Fugue On The Name Bach||10:42|
|A2||Variations On "Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen"||14:46|
|B||Fantasia On The Prophet's Chorale: "Ad Nos, Ad Salutarem Ondam"||27:18|
- Recorded By – Erato
- Recorded At – Basilique Saint-Sernin De Toulouse
- Composed By – Franz Liszt
- Liner Notes – Douglas Townsend
- Organ – Xavier Darasse
NotesOrgan Music (secondary title)
"At the Great Cavaillé-Coll Organ of the Basilica of Saint-Sernin de Toulouse"