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After attending a charity concert on 20 April 1832, for the victims of a Parisian cholera epidemic, organised by Niccolò Paganini , [8] Liszt became determined to become as great a virtuoso on the piano as Paganini was on the violin. Paris in the 1830s had become the nexus for pianistic activities, with dozens of pianists dedicated to perfection at the keyboard. Some, such as Sigismond Thalberg and Alexander Dreyschock , focused on specific aspects of technique (. the " three-hand effect " and octaves, respectively). While it has since been referred to the "flying trapeze" school of piano playing, this generation also solved some of the most intractable problems of piano technique, raising the general level of performance to previously unimagined heights. Liszt's strength and ability to stand out in this company was in mastering all the aspects of piano technique cultivated singly and assiduously by his rivals. [9]

Clarinet Concerto in Eb major Opus 57 (2) Louis Spohr Download 'Clarinet Concerto in Eb major Opus 57 (2)' on iTunes

This page provides a list of Franz Liszt piano music recordings available to download and enjoy in both MP3 and WMA formats. Many of the works also include public domain sheet music of the corresponding piece by Franz Liszt. A limited number may also be accompanied by a video performance. You may immediately begin listening to music from Franz Liszt by using the online music player below. All of the following Liszt recordings are provided free courtesy of the artist .

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Én részemről egész életemben minden téren, mindenkor és minden módon egy célt fogok szolgálni: a magyar nemzet és magyar haza javát.

Later on in his life, Liszt became interested in conducting, and he re-defined that role as well: He started to work with individual musicians to help them shape the sounds that he was after.


Franz Liszt Liszt • Walter Goehr - Piano Concertos No.1 Et No.2Franz Liszt Liszt • Walter Goehr - Piano Concertos No.1 Et No.2Franz Liszt Liszt • Walter Goehr - Piano Concertos No.1 Et No.2Franz Liszt Liszt • Walter Goehr - Piano Concertos No.1 Et No.2

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