Boris Berezovsky playing Liszt's 12 Transcendental Etudes, live in Moscow in 2009
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The Transcendental Études (French: Études d'exécution transcendante), . 39, are a series of twelve compositions for piano by Franz Liszt. They were published in 1852 as a revision of an 1837 series, which in turn were the elaboration of a set of studies written in 1826. The composition of the Transcendental Études began in 1826, when 15-year-old Liszt wrote a set of youthful and far less technically demanding exercises called the Étude en douze exercices (Study in twelve exercises), . 36.
Transcendental Etudes For Piano. A1. Etude No. 1 Preludio (Presto). A2. 2 (Molto Vivace).
Transcendental études. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Composed for solo piano, 1851 ( . 39), based on the Grandes études, . 37. Published 1852 by Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig). tudes by Franz Liszt. Transcendental études: Étude en douze exercices, . Grandes études, .
Liszt: 12 Transcendental Études.
Liszt: 12 Transcendental Etudes. Here’s a quote: The late Lazar Berman (1930-2005) recorded two complete cycles of Liszt’s Transcendental Etudes for Melodiya. His 1959 version appeared in the long-deleted BMG/Melodiya Russian Piano School CD reissue series.
Liszt: Transcendental Etudes (Volume I). Digital Sheet Music - View Online and Print On-Demand. View full set. Description: (Nos. 1-7). Pages: 13 Item 00-PC-0008251. Liszt: Transcendental Etudes (Volume I) has been added to your cart.
Franz Liszt: Transcendental Etudes. Some may be surprised to learn that when revising the 12 Grandes Etudes from 1837 into the Transcendental Etudes, Liszt made several simplifications – they certainly still pose enormous technical demands on the player. Liszt also added programmatic titles to most of the pieces. The fourth study, Mazeppa, generally thought to be the most difficult piece of the set, is named after an historical person, Ivan Mazepa, page in the court of the Polish King John Casimir, whose fate was made famous by poems of Byron, Pushkin and Victor Hugo
Transcendental Etude No. 2 in A Minor, S. 139: 2. Molto vivace. By Franz Liszt & Franz Liszt. 3. Transcendental Etude No. 3 in F Major, S. 139: 3. Paysage. 4. 4 in D Minor, S. 139: 4. Mazeppa. Boulez and Xenakis: Selected Piano Works. Rhapsodies Hebraiques.
|A1||Etude No. 10 (Allegro Agitato Molto)|
|A2||Etude No. 11 (Andantino)|
|A3||Etude No. 12 (Andante Con Molto)|
- Composed By – Franz Liszt
- Piano – Lazar Berman