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  1. Franz Liszt, Jorge Bolet - Liszt: Piano Works, Vol. 7 (Transcendental Studies) - gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo Music/5(8).
  2. JoJojas says:
    COMPACT DISC 2 () SERGEY LYAPUNOV. 12 Études d’exécution transcendante Op 1. Etude 1 Berceuse Andantino (first recording) () recorded on 7 March Etudes 1 – 12 (complete recording) () recorded on 13–15, 20 & 29 December
  3. Zolobar says:
    He intended to expand the dozen to 48; however, he reworked them into the version of the Transcendental Etudes. During the period , Liszt revised the 12 pieces once more, now known as Études d'exécution transcendante. The 18sets are quite similar, the former not necessarily appreciably more difficult than the latter.
  4. subtle and dynamic, as good as Claudio Arrau's version. this is solo piano, by the way, and very virtuoso. the transcendental etudes by Liszt are the height of technical and artistic mastery for piano players, only Chopin's etudes opus 10 are as daunting and demanding. this is /5(22).
  5. Concertos for Piano and Orchestra: No. I in E-Flat; No. 2 in A. Fantasia on Hungarian Folk Themes for Piano and Orchestra. Totentanz for Piano and Orchestra. Fantasy and Fugue on B-A-C-H. Les Jeux deau a la villa d'Este. Gnomenreigen. Etudes d' exécution transcendante: No. 5, Feux follets; No. 10 in F Minor. Valse impromptu. Grand Galop.
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  8. Mezizilkree says:
    There are only three works in Liszt's vast output which are entitled as belonging to any sonata form: the Faust Symphony, the Dante Symphony, and the Sonata in B minor for piano. It will readily be seen that this is the only work he wrote in an absolute sonata form.

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