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Franz Liszt () was, as everyone knows, the big-time piano player of his day, able to outplay most anyone who might dare to challenge him. But he was not such a unidimensional figure as many might suppose: he was a gifted all-round musician and a remarkable human being, as well.5/5(3).
Described by Kirill Gerstein as "one of the most towering mountain peaks of the piano literature", Liszt's Transcendental Etudes can be seen as a distillation of the midth century romantic project, like sounding images of romanticism's nervous system, its otherworldly experiences, and its spirituality/5(12).
Transcendental Études, series of 12 musical études by Franz Liszt, published in their final form in the early s. They are highly varied and technically demanding, and they exhibit little of the sense of overall structure that someone such as Beethoven would have employed. These energetic études.
Even though mostly heroic in character, The Transcendental Etudes (S) by Franz (Ferenc) Liszt cover the entire spectrum of feeling translated for the piano. They can be extremely delicate, tender, impressionist as well.5/5(1).
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