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Liszt devoted more than half his output to the transcription. This latter covers a vast field of compositions, from the symphonies of Beethoven to Berlioz, Bach, Lassus and his contemporaries, as well as his own works. Here Elena Rozanova brings together some of his transcriptions of lieder by Schubert, Schumann and Chopin, well-known or not so well-known, that have cradled her childhood. From these virtuoso pieces we can feel the art of Liszt, who manages to preserve the quintessence of the original works and to transcend the word, even though it is absent.
Liszt devoted more than half his output to the transcription. This latter covers a vast field of compositions, from the symphonies of Beethoven to Berlioz, Bach, Lassus and his contemporaries, as well as his own works. Here Elena Rozanova brings together some of his transcriptions of lieder by Schubert, Schumann and Chopin, well-known or not so well-known, that have cradled her childhood. From these virtuoso pieces we can feel the art of Liszt, who manages to preserve the quintessence of the original works and to transcend the word, even though it is absent.
5051083175562
My Mother's Songbook
Artist: Elena Rozanova
Format: CD
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1. Liszt: 12 Lieder Von Franz Schubert, S.558 No.8: Gretchen Am Spinnrade
2. Liszt: Schwanengesang, S.560 No.4: Ständchen
3. Liszt: 12 Lieder Von Franz Schubert, S.558 No.4: Erlkönig
4. Liszt: 12 Lieder Von Franz Schubert, S.558 No.12: Ave Maria
5. Liszt: 12 Lieder Von Franz Schubert, S.558 No.2: Auf Dem Wassser Zu Singen
6. Liszt: 12 Lieder Von Franz Schubert, S.558 No.6: Die Junge Nonne
7. Liszt: Die Forelle, S.564 (After Franz Schubert)
8. Liszt: Liebeslied (Widmung), S.566 (After Robert Schumann, Op.25 No.1)
9. Liszt: Années de Pèlerinage, II, S.161 No.4: Sonetto 47 Del Petrarca
10. Liszt: Années de Pèlerinage, II, S.161 No.5: Sonetto 104 Del Petrarca
11. Liszt: Années de Pèlerinage, II, S.161 No.6: Sonetto 123 Del Petrarca
12. Liszt: 6 Polish Songs, S.480 (After Chopin, Op.74) No.2: FrĂĽhling
13. Liszt: 6 Polish Songs, S.480 (After Chopin, Op.74) No.3: Das Ringlein
14. Liszt: 6 Polish Songs, S.480 (After Chopin, Op.74) No.4: Bacchanal
15. Liszt: 6 Polish Songs, S.480 (After Chopin, Op.74) No.6: Die Heimkehr

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Liszt devoted more than half his output to the transcription. This latter covers a vast field of compositions, from the symphonies of Beethoven to Berlioz, Bach, Lassus and his contemporaries, as well as his own works. Here Elena Rozanova brings together some of his transcriptions of lieder by Schubert, Schumann and Chopin, well-known or not so well-known, that have cradled her childhood. From these virtuoso pieces we can feel the art of Liszt, who manages to preserve the quintessence of the original works and to transcend the word, even though it is absent.
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