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Moriz Rosenthal, Franz Schubert, Franz Liszt - Soiree De Vienna FLAC album


Performer: Moriz Rosenthal
Genre: Classical music
Title: Soiree De Vienna
FLAC version ZIP size: 1768 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1895 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1112 mb
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Disc: 1. 1. New Carneval de Vienne. 2. The Maiden's Wish, transcription for piano (after Chopin, Op. 71/1, Chants polonais No. 1), S. 480/1 (LW A193/1).

Moriz Rosenthal (17 December 1862 – 3 September 1946) was a Polish pianist and composer. He was an outstanding pupil of Franz Liszt and a friend and colleague of some of the greatest musicians of his age, including Johannes Brahms, Johann Strauss, Anton Rubinstein, Hans von Bülow, Camille Saint-Saëns, Jules Massenet and Isaac Albéniz. Rosenthal was born in Lemberg, Austria-Hungary (later Lwów, Poland, now Lviv, Ukraine) into a Jewish family, where his father was professor at the chief academy

Franz Liszt : biography of a superstar, Oliver Hilmes ; translation, Stewart Spencer. Chapter frontispieces and plates 4, 7 and 16 taken from Robert Bory, La vie de Franz Liszt l’image, Paris, 1936. It was during this time that Liszt started work on a musical travel diary to which he gave the title Album d’un voyageur. Pieces such as ‘Le lac de Wallenstedt’, ‘Vallée d’Obermann’ and ‘La chapelle de Guillaume Tell’ all relate to places visited by the couple.

Franz Liszt (Hungarian: Liszt Ferenc; pronounced Template:IPA, in English: list) (October 22 1811 – July 31 1886) was a Hungarian virtuoso pianist and composer of the Romantic period. He was a renowned performer throughout Europe during the 19th century, noted especially for his showmanship and great skill with the piano. Today, he is considered to be one of the greatest pianists in history, despite the fact that no recordings of his playing exist.

Valses-caprices d'après François Schubert. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Composed for solo piano, 1846–52 ( . 27), based on dances by Franz Schubert. Published 1852? by Le Bureau Central (Paris) and Spina (Vienna). N. revised 1879 ( . 27/6a). Published 1917 by Peters (Leipzig).

Uploaded by giantagnan. musical, and it was not until young Moriz was seven years old that his father bought a piano. Rosenthal recorded another wor his paraphrase on themes of 5trauss, the !arnaval de )ienne, a number of times, the best being the recording for arlophone made in May :'6. 2n :0: Rosenthal recorded for ;dison, many of the discs being of !hopinH the sound is poor and they were unpublished at the time, but have since appeared.

Liszt in March 1886, four months before his death, photographed by Nadar. By 1886 a similar catalogue would have been much longer, including names such as Eugen d'Albert, Walter Bache, Carl Lachmund, Moriz Rosenthal, Emil Sauer, Alexander Siloti, Conrad Ansorge, William Dayas, August Göllerich, Bernhard Stavenhagen, August Stradal, José Vianna da Motta and István Thomán. Some of Liszt's students were disappointed with him. An example is Eugen d'Albert, who eventually was almost on hostile terms with Liszt. Felix Draeseke who had joined the circle around Liszt at Weimar in 1857, is another example.

Tracklist

A Soiree De Vienna - Part 1
B Soiree De Vienna - Concl.

Credits

  • Piano – Moriz Rosenthal