Complete Bach Transcriptions for Solo Piano
By (author) Franz Liszt
Franz Liszt by Franz Liszt
Book DescriptionFranz Liszt's transcriptions of other composers' music are as highly regarded as his original piano works. Some listeners Schumann among them consider Liszt's painstaking transcriptions to be completely new works. Using his gifts for fathoming the deepest meanings of a given piece, Liszt also created a uniquely revealing work. In addition to drawing attention to composers and works that would otherwise have remained unknown to a wider public, Liszt's piano transcriptions introduced the instrument to uncharted territory: for the first time, a keyboard could be used to reproduce the sound of any instrument. The composer brought numerous innovations to the practice of piano playing to achieve the richness and color of the original works, from the technique of hand crossing to revolutionary changes in the use of the pedals.First acquainted with the works of Bach through his piano studies, Liszt further explored the earlier composer's works in his career as a virtuoso performer. His piano interpretations of Bach's organ music are executed in a simple and straightforward manner, and they rapidly became the classic models for all future works in this genre. This compilation, featuring such famous and well-loved works as Six Organ Preludes and Fugues (BWV 543 548) and the Fantasy and Fugue in G minor (BWV 542), attests to their enduring power and beauty."
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780486426617
(305mm x 229mm x 8mm)
Imprint: Dover Publications Inc.
Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2003
Country of Publication: United States
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Liszt invented the tone poem, and this is his most famousexample. Inspired by Goethe's great verse drama, the workconstitutes a featof brilliant innovation and extraordinary expressive power."
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A lovesick musician in a self-induced narcotic haze is overcome by visions of his beloved in this masterpiece of program music. Authoritative edition of Liszt's piano transcription of Berlioz's orchestral work.
Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Paperback (July 2009)View all books by Franz Liszt
A fascinating two-volume selection of the correspondence of two towering musical personalities.
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Author Biography - Franz Liszt
Composer, conductor, and teacher Franz Liszt (1811 86) was renowned throughout Europe for his skills as a concert pianist. The quintessential romantic, he created an extensive and diverse oeuvre that ranges from influential experiments in musical form to more conventional pieces as well as transcriptions of works by other composers."
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