5 edition of New light on Liszt and his music found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael Saffle and James Deaville.|
|Series||Analecta Lisztiana ;, 2, Franz Liszt studies series ;, no. 6|
|Contributions||Walker, Alan, 1930-, Saffle, Michael, 1946-, Deaville, James Andrew, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||ML410.L7 N3 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||97014030|
Deaville, James, Saffle, Michael, and Walker, Alan, New Light on Liszt and His Music (New York: Pendragon Press, ). Delabastita, Dirk, There’s a Double Tongue: An Investigation into the Translation of Shakespeare’s Wordplay with Special Reference to Hamlet (Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Author: Joanne Cormac. In these articles, Walker discusses Liszt's Beethoven and Schubert transcriptions, his songs, his pupils, He assembled some of this material into a book of essays, "Reflections on Liszt", published a few years ago by Cornell Press (not the publisher of the biography, which is too aggravating to comment on here)/5.
Franz Liszt’s symphonic poems and artistic controversy. Although Liszt composed a baker’s dozen of symphonic poems, only Les Préludes became part of the standard orchestral repertoire. All of them remained puzzling, difficult, and controversial music during his lifetime. First, audiences were not used to hearing such complex music. The third volume in Alan Walker's magisterial biography of Franz Liszt."You can't help but keep turning the pages, wondering how it will all turn out: and Walker's accumulated readings of Liszt's music have to be taken seriously indeed."--D. Kern Holoman, New York Review of Books"A conscientious scholar passionate about his subject. Mr. Walker makes the man and his age come to life/5(3).
Liszt the Man and His Music by Alan Walker. You Searched For: Author/Artist etc Franz Liszt (Man & His Music) Alan Walker. Published by Barrie Good. on dustjacket: some color fading on spine, yellowing on rear, light yellowing on side panels, touches of browning on edges of inside, and wear on edges, with a number of taped tears; wear. In Rayne’s enjoyable fourth Phineas Fox mystery (after ’s Song of the Damned), London music researcher Phineas has a new commission—writing a “light-hearted biography about the life and l.
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New Light on Liszt and His Music: Essays in Honor of Alan Walker's 65th Birthday (Franz Liszt Studies Series) (ANALECTA LISZTIANA, 2) [Alan Walker, Alan Walker, James Deaville, Michael Saffle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
New Light on Liszt and His Music: Essays in Honor of Alan Walker's 65th Birthday (Franz Liszt Studies Series) (ANALECTA LISZTIANAReviews: 1. Six years ago James Deaville and I decided to honor fellow Lisztian Alan Walker with a volume of essays--a Festschrift, to use the accepted scholarly lingo--written by friends and colleagues who shared his interests in the life, music, and influence of one of nineteenth-century Europe's most remarkable s were mailed to some two dozen eminent performers and scholars, and after a.
Franz Liszt was the greatest piano virtuoso of his time. He was the first to give complete solo recitals as a pianist. He was a composer of enormous originality, extending harmonic language and anticipating the atonal music of the 20th century.
He invented the symphonic poem for. New light on Liszt and his music: essays in honor of Alan Walker's 65th birthday by Walker, Alan, ; Saffle, Michael Benton, ; Deaville, James Andrew, Pages: Franz Liszt: The man and his music, edited by Alan Walker, Barrie & Jenkins,ff. This is the most detailed book about the life and work of Franz Liszt that I have read.5/5(3).
"This is the book about Liszt I have been waiting for, vividly evoking both him and his context to reveal him as one the central figures—if not the central figure—of Western music in the nineteenth century, a vital link between Beethoven and Bartók, and a truly great and generous man.
At last, we see him whole."—Simon Callow. Carl V. Lachmund () was an American pupil of Liszt; he studied with the Hungarian master in Weimar between the years During that time he kept a diary which eventually ran to some pages. This document gives one of the mo st exhaustive accounts of Liszt's keyboard instruction extant.
Some time after World War I, and in response toa demand from a number of musicians with. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations, portraits, pls., music ; 24 cm. Contents: Liszt in Hungary, / Dezsö Legány --Liszt and Wagner's Tannhäuser / Charles Suttoni --Liszt and the Meyendorff Family / Hans Rudolf Jung --Liszt and Mason & Risch / Geraldine Keeling --Selections from the correspondence of Blandine, daughter.
Yet he also paid a heavy price in his journey from ‘Le petit Litz’ to ‘Le Grand Liszt’.”—Susan Nickalls, Classical Music "Editors Choice " Classical Music - Susan Nickalls “[Hilmes] sheds useful light on the way that Liszt’s achievement arose as much from his weaknesses as from his strengths.”—New York Review of BooksAuthor: Oliver Hilmes.
Alan Walker, FRSC (born 6 April ) is an English-Canadian musicologist and university professor best known as a biographer and scholar of composer Franz Liszt. Walker was born in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire.
He received an LGSM certificate inARCM ina Bachelor of Music from University of Durham inand a Doctor of Music in Born: April 6, (age 89), Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire. Many scholars, concert pianists, and classical music fans deem Franz Liszt the preeminent pianist of the nineteenth century.
In Franz Liszt, His Circle, and His Elusive Oratorio, Xavier Puslowski engages in a detailed study of the links between Liszt, his contemporaries, and his milieu. 08 Chopin - Prelude, Op. 28 No. 17 in A major 09 Debussy - Clair de Lune 10 Schubert - Moment Musical Op.
94 D N. 1 in C Major 11 Liszt. Liszt and program music. Liszt, in some of his works, supported the idea of program music. It means that there was a subject of non-musical kind, the "program", which was in a sense connected with a sounding work.
Examples are Liszt's Symphonic Poems, his Symphonies after Faust and Dante, his two Legends for piano and many others. A New York Times Book Review Editors' Sunday Times (U.K.) Classical Music Book of and one of The Economist's Best Books of "A magisterial portrait." --Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, The New York Times Book ReviewA landmark biography of the Polish composer by a leading authority on Chopin and his time.
Based on ten years of research and a vast cache of primary sources. Franz Liszt--child prodigy, virtuoso pianist, co-founder with Chopin and Schumann of the Romantic movement in music--has been the subject of literally hundreds of biographies, but it is only in the last few decades that the importance of Liszt the composer, as opposed to /5.
NEW LIGHT ON LISZT; Last Piano Works Show Composer's Modernism. By Noel Straus A NEW picture of Liszt as a creative musician is emerging, thanks to the efforts of such activities as those of. Following in the footsteps of past collectors of folk music, Liszt decided sometime in that the new cycle of Hungarian Rhapsodies he was planning would need an explanatory note or short essay describing its provenance and character, as well as the advantages of his own approach to its arrangement for piano.¹ The essay grew into a lengthy book that was published only inlong.
Franz Liszt: The Man and His Music Edited and Prefaced by Alan Walker; Contributing authors: Robert Collet, Christopher Headington, Arthur Headley, Louis Kentner, John Ogdon, Humphrey Searle, Sacheverell Sitwell, Alan Walker, and David Wilde.
This book examines how Liszt's contemporaries perceived and interpreted his significance. Dana Gooley explains why the cultural context of his concert career contributed to his unprecedented popularity and focuses on controversies provoked by Liszt in the press.
Gooley includes many new insights about his highly original performing : Dana Gooley. The New Liszt Complete Critical Edition Parts of Franz Liszt's œuvre remain unexplored to this day. Preparation of a scholarly edition of his complete musical works, writings, and correspondences as well as their arrangement in a thematic catalogue have begun, but are still far from completion.
A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice. The Sunday Times (U.K.) Classical Music Book of and one of The Economist's Best Books of "A magisterial portrait." --Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, The New York Times Book ReviewA landmark biography of the Polish composer by a leading authority on Chopin and his timeBased on ten years of research and a vast cache of primary.
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