liszt-hexameron Vincenzo Bellini: I Puritani, “Suoni la tromba” Vincenzo Bellini had come from humble beginnings in Catania to take the. CDA – Liszt: The complete music for solo piano, Vol. 10 – Franz Liszt ( ). The complete music for 10 – Hexaméron & Symphonie fantastique .
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The site is also available in several languages. Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. What certainly never took hexmeron was a combined performance of the piece by all six composers, despite many later commentaries.
Nor did six pianists ever line up in front of an orchestra to perform it until some recent occasions. Curiously, the original solo version has many indications of a proposed orchestral accompaniment which is clearly intended for the entire piece, and a tutti passage is specified in the finale.
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Liszt also made two quite different two-piano scores of the piece, neither of which is as long as the original, and one of which has an entirely rewritten ending. Thalberg, with his three-handed effects, Pixis, with his wicked octaves, Herz with his moto perpetuo, and especially Czerny, with a battery of devilish tricks no doubt intended to test even his most famous student, do their utmost to astound.
Liszt saves his thunder until the finale, where he cocks a gentle snook at each of his collaborators before a brilliant peroration. Herz had been teaching the piano to the young and inattentive lady, and felt compelled to show his reaction to her dilatory behaviour by writing a short, indecisive, album-leaf as her musical portrait.
Although Berlioz had a certain success with the work, it took some time before it became a repertoire piece. Liszt proselytised endlessly for this and many another work of his great hexamegon, and the transcription served to clarify many a mind confused by an inadequate orchestral performance of the piece.
But because, for example, there is a strikingly different passage in the second movement, it has been decided for this recording to present the transcription as it was originally published.
The only solution which has to be made is towards the end of the first movement, where Liszt places on a third stave the notes which he perhaps felt that two hands might not be able to reach, but which, with very little adjustment, can actually be grafted onto the main text.
Das erste ist ein dramatischer Einwurf, das zweite eine besinnliche Coda vor dem Finale. Die vornehme Introduktion beginnt mit einem Thema von Liszt, das er mehrmals mit dem von Bellini kombiniert und kontrastiert.
Hexaméron, S.392 (Liszt, Franz)
Obwohl Berlioz mit dem Werk einigen Erfolg hatte, dauerte es doch einige Zeit, bis es ins Repertoire einging. Da sich daraus beispielsweise im 2.
Der einzige Eingriff ist gegen Ende des 1.
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Hexakeron Liszt The complete music for solo piano, Vol. April Total duration: The recorded sound is a banquet for the ears. Even then, the most famous examples are notoriously uneven: