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Welcome to Naxos Records. His efforts at original composition were at best fledgling. He discovered the joys ofUterature and became a voracious reader, no doubt finding consolation from the disappointing circumstances of his Ufe at that time. I study them, meditate on them, devour them with a fury; besides this, I practise four to five hours of exercises thirds, sixths, octaves, tremolos, repetition of notes, cadenzas, etc.
EMB (EDITIO MUSICA BUDAPEST) LISZT F. - HARMONIES POETIQUES ET RELIGIEUSES - PIANO
Liszt's friend and biographer Joseph d'Ortigue wrote that he had seen Liszt sit motionless for hours with a volume of Lamartine's poetry in his hands Walker A fifth piece, "Andante lagrimoso," whose tempo marking Liszt used in Ueu of a title, is also prefaced by a stanza from one of the poems, thus identifying it as obviously correlated see Addenda. As one attempts to discover some ofthe techniques by which the poetic expression is treated musically, it is well to bear in mind that both of these artists see themselves as recipients of a divine gift which must be used to benefit mankind.
In both there is a surfeit of ego and altruism, and an inclination toward the profane as weU as the sacred, and both artists are virtuosi', poetic devices flow as easily from Lamartine's pen as arpeggios and double octaves flow from Liszt's fingers. Both poet and pianist open with an "Invocation. The first section researches those movements directly linked with Lamartine's poems; the second section discusses the pieces in the cycle that are freer adaptations of the poetry; finally, the third section offers an overview of the pieces that Liszt added to Harmonies much later, which have no specific correlation to Lamartine, but perhaps add to the musical weight and structure of the work.
Alexandria Digital Research Library. ADRL UCSB electronic theses and dissertations Franz Liszt's "Harmonies poetiques et religieuses": The inspiration derived from the poetry of Alphonse de Lamartine, with an analysis of the piano cycle Franz Liszt's "Harmonies poetiques et religieuses": The inspiration derived from the poetry of Alphonse de Lamartine, with an analysis of the piano cycle. Download Metadata.
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