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Franz Liszt: Etudes d'exécution transcendante

  • for piano
  • Instrumentation details:
    piano
  • Composer: Franz Liszt
  • Editor: Christian Ubber
  • Fingering: Detlef Kraus
  • Table of contents:
    Etude I (Preludio) C-Dur
    Etude II a-Moll
    Etude III (Paysage) F-Dur
    Etude IV (Mazeppa) d-Moll
    Etude V (Feux Follets - Irrlichter) B-Dur
    Etude VI (Vision) g-Moll
    Etude VII (Eroica) Es-Dur
    Etude VIII (Wilde Jagd) c-Moll
    Etude IX (Ricordanza) As-Dur
    Etude X f-Moll
    Etude XI (Variante der Einleitung / Variant beginning / Début divergent) Etude XI (Variante der Einleitung / Variant beginning / Début divergent) Etude XI (Variante der Einleitung / Variant beginning / Début dive
    Etude XI (Harmonies du soir) Des-Dur (Hauptfassung / Main version / Version principale)
    Etude XII (Chasse-Neige) b-Moll
    Grande Etude 2 a-Moll
    Grande Etude 7 Es-Dur
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Franz Liszt: Etudes d'exécution transcendante for piano | UT50233

  • Edition type: urtext edition
  • Series: Wiener Urtext Edition
  • Format: 23.1 × 30.3 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-640-8
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-256-5
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The key to one of the most important collections of piano works by Liszt. Notes from numerous sources In the new edition of 'Etudes d'execution transcendante'(1851) the music has been revised and corrected. These corrections were drawn from numerous sources (including the 1837 version of Grandes Etudes appearing in the appendix) and complemented by variations previously disregarded and with Liszt's own fingerings. Also included is the critical edition of the alternative version of Etude No 11 (Harmonies du soir from 1876) and, published for the first time, the critical edition of two 'Grandes Etudes'. The notes on interpretation are based exclusively on historical sources, such as documentation left by Liszt's pupils and the analysis of performance instructions in the early edition.

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Contents

  • Etude I (Preludio) C-Dur
  • Etude II a-Moll
  • Etude III (Paysage) F-Dur
  • Etude IV (Mazeppa) d-Moll
  • Etude V (Feux Follets - Irrlichter) B-Dur
  • Etude VI (Vision) g-Moll
  • Etude VII (Eroica) Es-Dur
  • Etude VIII (Wilde Jagd) c-Moll
  • Etude IX (Ricordanza) As-Dur
  • Etude X f-Moll
  • Etude XI (Variante der Einleitung / Variant beginning / Début divergent) Etude XI (Variante der Einleitung / Variant beginning / Début divergent) Etude XI (Variante der Einleitung / Variant beginning / Début dive
  • Etude XI (Harmonies du soir) Des-Dur (Hauptfassung / Main version / Version principale)
  • Etude XII (Chasse-Neige) b-Moll
  • Grande Etude 2 a-Moll
  • Grande Etude 7 Es-Dur

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