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11-20 of 54 videos of music composed by Franz Liszt

Lincoln Mayorga: Liszt's Liebestraum No 3 in A flat Major
Lincoln Mayorga: Liszt's Liebestraum No 3 in A flat Major Lincoln Mayorga...a legend of versatility Find a musician who is equally versatile and virtuosic regardless of musical genres and you've found Lincoln Mayorga. The range of his professional success transcends the varied worlds of classical music, popular music, and jazz. For many years, Lincoln enjoyed one of the busiest studio careers in Hollywood. He was the staff pianist for Walt Disney Studios and contributed to the soundtracks of such motion pictures as "Chinatown," "Pete's Dragon," "The Competition," "The Rose," and "Ragtime," to name a few. As pianist, arranger, and conductor, Lincoln made many recordings with such artists as Johnny Mathis, Barbra Streisand, Marni Nixon, Vikki Carr, Mel Torme, Phil Ochs, Andy Williams, Frank Zappa, and Quincy Jones. Lincoln has taken his diverse 18th through 21st century repertoire to more than two-hundred cities across the United States, Canada, Europe and Russia. His performing collaborations have been with such musicians as Itzhak Perlman, Richard Stoltzman, Michael Tilson Thomas, Gerard Schwarz, and many distinguished American orchestras. He has become recognized as a champion of American music. The Moscow Philharmonic invited him to perform Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue and "I Got Rhythm" Variations, on their first concert devoted to American music. The recordings derived from that concert have been widely praised in the music press and are often played on the radio. Lincoln has been the featured guest on "Piano Jazz," Marion ...
Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody 6 - Pianist Michel Mañanes Live
Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody 6 - Pianist Michel Mañanes Live For better Audio click here: www.youtube.com Michel Mañanes playing Live The Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 B flat major Of Liszt in Madrid.With recitals for europa and suramerica specially. Has won first prize in several young piano competitions. He is Piano Teacher in Madrid and continue to give concerts.Hungarian rhapsody.Classical concert pianist www.geocities.com Liszt, Franzfränts lĭst, 1811--86, Hungarian composer and pianist. Liszt was a revolutionary figure of romantic music and was acknowledged as the greatest pianist of his time. He made his debut at nine, going thereafter to Vienna to study with Czerny and Salieri. In Paris (1823--25) he knew all the principal artistic figures of the period and was influenced by Berlioz, Chopin, and Paganini. He lived with Mme d'Agoult (better known by her pen name, Daniel Stern) from 1833 to 1844, and they had three children; their daughter Cosima became the wife of Hans von Bülow and later of Wagner. As a piano virtuoso, Liszt enthralled his audiences with his expressive interpretations and grand style of playing, augmented with dramatic gestures. In 1848 he decided to make a career as a composer, and became musical director to the duke of Weimar. He remained at Weimar until 1859, and two years later went to Rome, where he became an abbé (1865). During the years between 1880 and 1885, in Rome, Weimar, and Budapest, he taught most of the famous pianists of the succeeding generation. In his compositions he favored program music over ...
Leila (13 years old) Nightingale by Liszt, Dec 2008, Colburn School
Leila (13 years old) Nightingale by Liszt, Dec 2008, Colburn School Leila Taleghani (13 years old) plays Nightingale by Franz Liszt. Rossignol A. Alabieff. Classical piano. Colburn School of Performing Arts Archer School for Girls Wildwood School 14 December 2008 Los Angeles
Rêve D'amour; Franz LISZT (piano Elizabeth Sombart).mp4
Rêve D'amour; Franz LISZT (piano Elizabeth Sombart).mp4 Franz Liszt 1811/1886.compositeur, transcripteur et pianiste virtuose hongrois Liszt est le père de la technique pianistique moderne et du récital. Avec lui, naissent l'impressionnisme au piano, le piano orchestral — Mazeppa, la quatrième étude d'exécution transcendante — et le piano littéraire — les Années de pèlerinage. Innovateur et promoteur de la « musique de l'avenir » Liszt influença et soutint plusieurs figures majeures du XIXe siècle musical : Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz, Camille Saint-Saëns, Bedrich Smetana, Edvard Grieg et Alexandre Borodine. Aussi féconde que diverse, son œuvre a inspiré plusieurs courants majeurs de la musique moderne, qu'il s'agisse de l'impressionnisme, de la renaissance du folklore, de la musique de film ou du dodécaphonisme sériel.
Franz Liszt Piano Concerto No. 2/1
Franz Liszt Piano Concerto No. 2/1 Liszt Ferenc: A-dúr zongoraverseny; Ránki Dezső, Nemzeti Filharmonikus Zenekar; Kocsis Zoltán
Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody n.2 with original cadenza [Paolo Ma
Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody n.2 with original cadenza [Paolo Ma Paolo Marzocchi plays Hungarian Rhapsody n° 2 by Franz Liszt with an original cadenza
Franz Liszt : Liebestraum - Love Dream - Daniel Lopez Lauber HQ
Franz Liszt : Liebestraum - Love Dream - Daniel Lopez Lauber HQ Franz Liszt: Liebestraum - Love Dream. - Nocturno No.3 -Sueño de amor. www.daniellopezlauber.com Liebesträume (German for Dreams of Love), is a set of three solo piano works (S by Franz Liszt, published in 1850. Liszt called each of the three pieces Liebesträume, but often they are referred to incorrectly in the singular as Liebestraum (especially No. 3, the most famous of the three). Originally the three Liebesträume (notturni) were conceived as songs after poems by Ludwig Uhland and Ferdinand Freiligrath. In 1850 two versions appeared simultaneously as a set of songs for high voice and piano, and as transcriptions for piano two-hands. The two poems by Uhland and the one by Freiligrath depict three different forms of Love. Uhland's Hohe Liebe (Exalted Love) is saintly, or religious, love: the "martyr" renounces worldly love and "heaven has opened its gates". The second song Seliger Tod (Holy Death) is often known by its first line ("Gestorben war ich") ("I was dead"), and evokes erotic love. "Dead" is a metaphor here referring to what is known as "la petite mort" in French ("I was dead from love's bliss; I lay buried in her arms; I was wakened by her kisses; I saw heaven in her eyes"). Freiligrath's poem for the famous third "notturno" is about unconditional mature love, and warning that love lost is miserable: "Love as long as you can! The hour will come when you will stand at the grave and mourn" ("O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst"). Sie sehen hier zur Musik von Liszt ...
Flashbacks: Cambry plays Liszt Transcendental Etude 10
Flashbacks: Cambry plays Liszt Transcendental Etude 10 This was recorded in Ganz Hall at the Chicago College of the performing Arts at Roosevelt University. I was supposed to record Rachmaninoff's Second Piano concerto with my piano professor, but we pushed it back 2 weeks. I had the hall reserved so I decided it would be cool if I just remade some of the older videos that were way lower quality. I recorded 10 videos, 3 of them are new pieces. These are probably some of the last classical music videos i'll upload for now, i'm going to be doing other music types on here, thanks for watching!
Giovanni Velluti - Franz Liszt - Liebestraume
Giovanni Velluti - Franz Liszt - Liebestraume Giovanni Velluti, pianist, plays Franz Liszt - Liebestraume www.giovannivelluti.com
Liszt/Bettez-Hungarian Rhapsody no 2-the Sooner Bassooners
Liszt/Bettez-Hungarian Rhapsody no 2-the Sooner Bassooners Classical music-Hungarian Rhapsody no 2 by Franz Liszt-arranged for 4 bassoons and contrabassoon by Michel Bettez-performed by the Sooner Bassooners conducted by Carl Rath
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