Franz Liszt: Wege zu Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt: Wege zu Franz Liszt für Klavier | UT50282

Eine Auswahl leichter bis mittelschwerer Klavierstücke Liszts

This collection contains pieces from Franz Lizst, selected from all of the composer's significant periods of creativity. Non-professional players and "returning beginners" will also find this compilation useful

Instrument:
für Klavier
Ausgabeart:
Urtextausgabe
Komponist:
Liszt Franz
Reihe:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Schwierigkeitsgrad:
3-4
Themen:
Wiener Urtext Edition
  • UT50282
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-712-2
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-336-4
  • 23.1 × 30.3 cm
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Contents – Wege zu Franz Liszt für Klavier

  • La cloche sonne
  • En rêve
  • Consolation No. 1
  • Consolation No. 2
  • Etude op. 1, No. 4
  • Etude op. 1, No. 12
  • Au lac de Wallenstadt (Années de Pèlerinage I, No. 2)
  • Etude d'exécution transcendante No. 3 (Paysage)
  • Resignazione

Description

The fact that piano works by Franz Liszt not always require the highest technical standards or are reputed to be reserved for just a few professionals is proven by the present anthology of the Wiener Urtext Edition. It comprises works by Liszt which, starting from an easy to intermediate technical level, encourage to play, rather by expressiveness than by virtuoso demands, and still allow to make progress in the playing technique which eventually is of benefit not only to playing Liszt. The selection, ranging from easy pieces such as La cloche sonne or the Consolations Nos. 1 and 2 to more advanced works such as Au lac de Wallenstadt from Années de Pèlerinage, also takes the aspect of popularity within the framework of Liszt's piano literature into account.

Additional information

Instrument:
für Klavier
Ausgabeart:
Urtextausgabe
Komponist:
Liszt Franz
Reihe:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Schwierigkeitsgrad:
3-4
Themen:
Wiener Urtext Edition

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