Grestchen am Spinnrade - Franz Liszt - Liebestraum (CD)

22.12.2019
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  • Franz Liszt explained what moved him to his intense preoccupation with Franz Schubert’s lieder between the years of 18during his visit in Vienna: “I heard in the salons, with vivid pleasure and sentimentality bringing tears to my eyes, an artistic friend, the Baron von Schönstein, present Schubert’s lieder.
  • " Gretchen am Spinnrade " (Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel), Op. 2, D , is a Lied composed by Franz Schubert using the text from Part One, scene 18 of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 's Faust. With "Gretchen am Spinnrade" and some other songs for voice and piano, Schubert contributed transformatively to the genre of Lied.
  • Liszt: Consolations, Valléè d’Obermann, Gretchen am Spinnrade, Erlkönig. August 13 Midreshet Ben Gurion (Israel) – Tel Hai International Piano Master Classes. Liszt: Gretchen am Spinnrade, Erlkönig. October 19 Konstanz (Germany) – University. Liszt: Consolations, Valléè d’Obermann, Invocation, Funérailles, Gretchen am Spinnrade.
  • Franz Schubert - Gretchen am Spinnrade Op.2 D piano accompaniment Piano Accompaniment, Soprano Voice - Digital Download Composed by Franz Schubert (). Romantic Period, Classical Period, Repertoire, Recital.
  • Included are two Liszt transcriptions of Schumann and Schubert pieces, plus the Sonata which was dedicated to Robert Schumann. Released alongside the CD is a film produced by Borletti-Buitoni Trust/Ladderman SDA and made by Graham Johnston, an animated realisation of Nino’s performance of Gretchen am Spinnrade, available at www.
  • [Liszt's corrections to his transcription for piano of Schubert's song Gretchen am Spinnrade]. Contributor Names Liszt, Franz, Schubert, Franz, Created / Published [?] Subject Headings.
  • The three works by Schubert Gretchen am Spinnrade and Impromptus D No.1 and No.3 - are in a subtle dialogue with Liszt. They represent my own inner dialogue as well, a dialogue between a certain poetic discretion and passion. With this album I have attempted again to search for the layers of the soul, that very specific moving language.
  • The Liszt portion of the program begins with the composer’s transcription of Schubert’s song “Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel,” in which Goethe’s heroine poured out her tale of grief: “My peace is gone, my heart is heavy.”.
  • Der Wanderer, Die junge Nonne, Gretchen am Spinnrade, and other famed lieder in piano transcriptions that reflect Franz Liszt's incomparable mastery of the keyboard. Reproduced from extremely rare early editions overseen by Liszt .

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