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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Fri Sep 26, 2014 9:43 pm

fhimpsl wrote:For Alfor (with greatest appreciation)

Liszt Transcendental Etudes, ed. Gallico (Schirmer, 1903)

All Best,

Frank

Liszt - 12 Etudes d'Execution Transcendante (Gallico).pdf


Dear Frank,

this is quite nice! But a while ago I in fact purchased a (used) paper copy of this edition!

P.S. Regarding the Paganini Etudes: I strongly recommend the Ricordi edition by Attilio Brugnoli (still in print). A 139 pages volume which contains all available versions! Brugnoli added fingerings and pedal indications - thus it is an excellent practical edition but does not fully represent the Urtext.
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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:07 pm

Neues Altes aus dem Rosent(h)al:

Liszt Franziscus-Legende Nr.1 ed. Rosenthal.pdf
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Re: Liszt

Postby fleubis » Mon Feb 23, 2015 8:02 pm

Rosenthal's edition adds exquisite markings to Liszt's wonderful evocation of birds, The detail we have here yields a very precise interpretation that is quite magical.. I had the pleasure of visiting the small church that St. Francis built which is now contained within a larger church and the encountering the many pilgrims visiting the site. Playing this piece again stirred up those pleasant memories.

Thank you for this terrific edition, Alfred.
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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:42 pm

fleubis wrote:Rosenthal's edition adds exquisite markings to Liszt's wonderful evocation of birds, The detail we have here yields a very precise interpretation that is quite magical.. I had the pleasure of visiting the small church that St. Francis built which is now contained within a larger church and the encountering the many pilgrims visiting the site. Playing this piece again stirred up those pleasant memories.

Thank you for this terrific edition, Alfred.


You are welcome! Thank you for feedback, dear fleubis!

Although he had strong leanings (a bit too strong for my taste)
for the glittering rituals of the Roman Catholic Church,
Liszt definitely was a deeply religious person.
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Re: Liszt

Postby alpha » Wed Feb 25, 2015 2:59 pm

Alfred, do you have the Rosenthal Polish Songs edition? Given his liberal interpretation of the score to Zyczenie in his recording, I'm very curious to see his commentary. Thank you.
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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Thu Feb 26, 2015 6:04 pm

alpha wrote:Alfred, do you have the Rosenthal Polish Songs edition? Given his liberal interpretation of the score to Zyczenie in his recording, I'm very curious to see his commentary. Thank you.


Sorry, I do not have it!
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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Wed Mar 18, 2015 6:21 pm

Sonata ed. Ignaz Friedman

Most remarkable is Friedman's „Analytical Pedaling“.
Friedman is using the right pedal mainly in a way to make clear the structure of the music,
to emphasize the phrasing, to bring out certain musical motives.

I split this volume („Gesammelte Werke, Ausgabe in zwölf Heften, IV. Originalkompositionen“)
into three separate files, which may be more useful for archiving.

Liszt Sonata ed. Friedman.pdf
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Re: Liszt

Postby fleubis » Wed Mar 18, 2015 11:31 pm

Wonderful edition, this Fiedman, Alfred. While I am not the greatest fan of this Sonata, feeling that it is not Liszt's best work, a good clear interpretation does go a long way. For sure, the chief culprit of a bad interpretation is pedaling. Followings Friedman's well thought-out markings can change all that and this hires scan is a pleasure to read on my computer screen at the piano.

Thanks for posting this, Alfred. Love these Friedman editions.
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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:41 pm

fleubis wrote:Wonderful edition, this Fiedman, Alfred. While I am not the greatest fan of this Sonata, feeling that it is not Liszt's best work, a good clear interpretation does go a long way. For sure, the chief culprit of a bad interpretation is pedaling. Followings Friedman's well thought-out markings can change all that and this hires scan is a pleasure to read on my computer screen at the piano.

Thanks for posting this, Alfred. Love these Friedman editions.


Usted es bienvenido, querido fleubis!
Thank you for your comment!
Legenden and 2nd Ballade to follow!

P.S. May I ask what you think are Liszt's best (original) piano works?
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Re: Liszt

Postby alfor » Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:05 pm

Liszt Legenden ed. Friedman

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