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Consolation No. 3 In D Flat (Song Without End) - Liszt* - Essential Liszt (CD)

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  1. Akikazahn says:
    Franz Liszt: Consolation No. 3, Lento placido, , Grove No. Listen to the author reading the text. The pianist here must be the child of Schoenberg, managing to turn a potentially sappy melody into a deeper inquisition into disjointed time which, in its rhythmic disfunction, acts as a deeper metaphor for our general alienation.
  2. Dosho says:
    Consolation no.3 Franz Liszt. LIKE 4. SHARE. PLAYLIST VIDEO • Best of pianiste No. 1 Piano solo [Sheet music + CD] Beuscher. $ - See more - Buy online Franz Liszt: Consolation No.3 In D Flat: Piano: Single Sheet Piano solo [Sheet music] Schirmer. GBP - Sold by Musicroom UK.
  3. Jugar says:
    Cantabile con devozione (D-flat Major) The main theme for this Liszt Consolation was created by a Russian Grand Duchess. It's a very calm melody, with a tinge of amateurism in its construction. Again, Liszt takes the melody through different states of harmonic saturation.
  4. Dilar says:
    Watch the video for 6 Consolations, S. No. 3 in D Flat Major (Lento, placido) from Franz Liszt's Liszt: Dreams of Love; Consolations; Sonnets of Petrarca; Rigoletto Paraphrase for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Vuzshura says:
    The sixth and final Consolation is in E Major. It is initially marked Allegretto sempre cantabile and is the longest of the Consolations with a total of measures. It is the most technically demanding of the Consolations. The piece has been described by Carl Lachmund, one of Liszt's students, as more characteristic of Liszt's style than the more renowned D ♭ major third Consolation.
  6. Guramar says:
    Feb 12,  · No 3 seems to have been inspired by Chopin's Nocturne Op 27 No 2, also in D flat major. The low D flat in measures 1 - 9 should be played very quietly in each measure (even though tied) since the pedal change makes it lose its continuous sound.
  7. Kimuro says:
    In Liszt's Consolation No. 3, the Db in the bass (e.g. bars ) is notated as a single tied whole note which lasts five bars. But in all performances of the piece I've heard, the performer repeats the Db at the beginning of bar 6.
  8. Kazishura says:
    Hungarian rhapsody no. 2 in C minor / arranged by Müller-Berghaus (London Philharmonic Orchestra ; Willi Boskovsky, conductor) () --La campanella (Grand étude de Paganini no. 3 in G-sharp minor) (Song without end) (Cécile Ousset, piano) () --O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst!

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