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Franz Liszt

Author Code: OFLX

Born: Oct. 22, 1811 - Raiding, Hungary

Died: Jul. 31, 1886 - Beyreuth, Germany

Liszt was a precocious child who began studying the piano when he was five and composed his first piece when he was eight. At only nine years of age, he made his first public appearance. He went to Vienna to study under Salieri and Karl Czerny and while there gave several concerts. He moved to Paris in 1823 to continue his studies and in 1824 made his Paris debut. He was lauded as the greatest piano virtuoso of his time and travelled extensively around Europe giving concerts. He was appointed musical director in 1843 at the Weimar court and in 1848 moved to Bayreuth in Germany where he continued to compose, conduct and perform. He lived for a time in Rome, where he composed numerous religious pieces. His most famous works include, perhaps his greatest work, the Piano Sonata in B, the Dante and Faust Symphonies, Totentanz (or the Dance of Death) for piano and orchestra, Tasso, Les Preludes, numerous Hungarian Rhapsodies, Legends, Cristus, and the Paganini Variations.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
OFLX002 Life of Chopin 1851 65 686k eBook Download PDF - 'Life of Chopin' (OFLX002) Find a printed copy of Life of Chopin by Franz Liszt at AbeBooks
OFLX004 Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 1 in G Minor 1838 10 4230k Music Score Download PDF - 'Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 1 in G Minor' (OFLX004)   Download Associated Sound File
OFLX005 Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 2 in E Flat Major 1838 9 4055k Music Score Download PDF - 'Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 2 in E Flat Major' (OFLX005)
OFLX006 Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 3 in G Sharp Minor 1838 14 6231k Music Score Download PDF - 'Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 3 in G Sharp Minor' (OFLX006)
OFLX007 Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 4 in E Major 1838 6 2343k Music Score Download PDF - 'Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 4 in E Major' (OFLX007)
OFLX008 Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 5 in E Major 1838 7 2722k Music Score Download PDF - 'Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 5 in E Major' (OFLX008)
OFLX009 Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 6 in A Minor 1838 13 5528k Music Score Download PDF - 'Grand Etudes After Paganini - No. 6 in A Minor' (OFLX009)
OFLX001 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 1846 17 8821k Music Score Download PDF - 'Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2' (OFLX001)   Download Associated Sound File
OFLX003 Two Concert Studies - Op. 145
  Gnomenreignen (Dance of the Gnomes) - No. 2
  Waldesrauschen (Whispering Forest) - No. 1
1863 21 11593k Music Score Download PDF - 'Two Concert Studies - Op. 145' (OFLX003)   Download Associated Sound File

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