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The genesis of Liszt 's Piano Concerto No. It wasn't until the s, however, that Liszt actually commenced work on the concerto. As a neophyte in the art of orchestration -- his output to that point consisted almost entirely of keyboard music -- Liszt enlisted the assistance of his pupil Joachim Raff in providing the work an instrumental skin.

Liszt completed the concerto in but made a number of Gener. Hud. Fed. Erich Kleiber* - Tarantell over the next several years. The final version of the work dates from The concerto's three main sections -- Allegro maestoso, Quasi adagio-Allegretto vivace-Allegro animato, and Allegro marziale animato -- are joined seamlessly into a single large-scale structure.

The opening statement, characterized by a bold, almost martial chromatic descent, contains the essential elements from which all subsequent thematic material is derived. The piano enters with a dramatic passage in characteristic Lisztian octaves, after which the main theme reappears in a more tranquil guise.

The second subject in introduced in the piano, after which a dialogue between piano and clarinet ensues. The sweetness of Valentin Pour Mouffe - Robert Charlebois - Longue Distance mood suddenly gives way to intensity as the main theme makes a dramatic, almost angry reappearance.

The second section begins with a quiet cantabile melody in the muted strings. After the piano takes up the theme, the mood grows restive with mercurial, dramatic statements from the orchestra that alternate with quasi-improvisatory passages in the piano. The tempo picks up as the flute, and then oboe and clarinet, take up the theme. Lyricism gives Orchestr Berlínské Filharmonie* to a more lighthearted spirit, signaled by a pair Love Begins With You (B-Jam Disco Edit) - B-Jam - Superbreak presents B-Jam (File) delicate strokes on the triangle.

The prominence of this instrument in the latter portion of the work, in fact, elicited derisive commentary from a number of critics. Eduard Hanslick Yumi - Keith Sweat - Keith Sweat, for example, leapt on this feature in describing the work as Liszt 's "Triangle Concerto.

The mood darkens with the reappearance of the concerto's opening theme, as though to suggest a return to that musical sequence of events. Instead, the piano introduces the final section, which commences with a sped-up version of the cantabile theme from the second section.

Other earlier themes reappear in various guises as the triangle continues to add its color throughout. Alternating between intricate passagework and thunderous octaves, the concerto draws to a close in the bravura manner with which Liszt is so closely associated. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic.

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1. Díl - Frant. Liszt*, Orchestr Berlínské Filharmonie*, Gener. Hud. Fed. Erich Kleiber* - Tarantell

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  1. The genesis of Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major dates to , when the composer sketched out the main theme in a notebook. It wasn't until the s, however, that Liszt actually commenced work on the concerto. As a neophyte in the art of orchestration -- his output to that point consisted almost entirely of keyboard music -- Liszt enlisted the assistance of his pupil Joachim Raff.
  2. Part of the Vienna Master Series. The same CD appeared to be released later under a different catalogue number under the title "Piano Dreams". The machine-readable part of the barcode contains "", but the human readable part has only " ".
  3. Nov 30,  · Erich Kleiber - Berliner Philharmoniker Berlin, Singakademie, 28 june Franz Liszt: Tarantella S arr. for orchestra (Anonymous) - n. 3 from Années de.
  4. Jun 05,  · Disc 1 in this priceless box set is the disc that is being reviewed here in its original edition. It has a different cover (with a traditional portrait of Liszt) and fine liner notes by Bryce Morrison, but the sound is exactly the same. The program consists of six pieces carefully selected as to illustrate Liszt's unique versatility.5/5(1).
  5. Liszt's sheer industry is one of his most daunting characteristics; his enthusiasm, indeed his voracious appetite, for music of all sorts and conditions—whether as composer, conductor, pianist, teacher or transcriber—remains unparalleled. The transcriptions featured on this disc are of works whose composers have faded almost entirely from recognition, yet Liszt never fails to imbue their.
  6. Among today's greats, there's a mesmerizing account to which I return often, hearing something new in it every time he offers a combination of exquisitely wrought pianistic detail, deep structural awareness and, best of all, a personal slant on the work's emotional narrative, with that essential white heat at its core the octaves are a knockout; and the phrasing of lyrical melodies.
  7. Serie II: Pianofortewerke (Works for pianoforte) Serie IV Serie V - Kirchliche und Geistliche Gesangwerke Serie VII - Einstimmige Lieder und Gesänge Anhang.
  8. LISZT: Schubert Song Transcriptions / Mozart and Rossini Paraphrases / Scherzo und Marsch / Ballade No. 2 / Grosses Konzertsolo / Annees de pelerinage by Franz Liszt. Listen to classical music CDs online.
  9. Giuseppe Verdi - Carlos Kleiber, Ileana Cotrubas, Placido Domingo, Sherrill Milnes, Bayerisches Staatsorchester - La Traviata ‎ (2xCD, Album) Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso S.p.A. none/5(38).

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