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Liszt

Franz . 1811--86, Hungarian composer and pianist. The greatest piano virtuoso of the 19th century, he originated the symphonic poem, pioneered the one-movement sonata form, and developed new harmonic combinations. His works include the symphonies Faust (1861) and Dante (1867), piano compositions and transcriptions, songs, and church music

Liszt

A Franz Lisp compiler in C which emits C, by Jeff W. Dalton <jeff@festival.ed.ac.uk>.

Mailing list: franz-friends-request@berkeley.edu.
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Forgotten Liszt features twelve art songs by Liszt, and the liner notes tell us that most of them have likely not been performed since the nineteenth century; six are recorded here for the first time.
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sendorfer, in honour of Franz Liszt 200th birthday, has designed a Liszt Anniversary Grand as a limited edition worldwide with only 25 pianos.
7) Observations such as these resonate with Walter Beckett's remark that Liszt "often tends to do violence to the poems" in the early songs.
The Missa Choralis (Choral Mass) was written by Franz Liszt (1811-1886) in 1865 while he was in Rome.
What Liszt had to tell us about Chopin was routine and disappointing; the Essays and Letters of a Traveling Bachelor of Music are, in contrast, considerably more interesting, revealing much about Liszt and the musical life of the 1830s.
Franz Liszt is considered to be one of the first superstars of music.
05) on today's card, so it looks significant that he starts off the one-time Aidan O'Brien-trained Liszt here with the capable Mark Enright in the saddle.
Luego la culta invitada dijo:--Me recuerda a Liszt.
Nechells' multi-screen cinema Vue Star City has a screening, from 2pm, on Sunday called Lang Lang Celebrates Franz Liszt.
The programme will include the works of Chopin, Liszt, Bach and Schubert.