Liszt in Germany, 1840-1845: A Study in Sources, Documents, and the History of Reception

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Pendragon Press, 1994 - 340 sider
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This work traces the composer's German tours from Leipzig and Dresden to major cities like Munich and Berlin, and to such out-of-the-way places as Rolandseck, Solingen, Liegnitz, Jena, and Ludwigsburg. Cited or paraphrased in the text are quotations from more than 2,000 sources, many of them new to Liszt scholarship. Separate chapters are devoted to Liszt's reception by German critics, and to the German compositions Liszt completed for voice, male chorus, and piano during these tours. The book concludes with a listing of all Liszt's German concerts and with translations of fifteen especially lengthy and interesting reviews.
 

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Innhold

Liszts Germany An Introduction
3
Liszts German Tours Sources and Documents
45
A Brief History of Liszts German Tours
91
Liszts German Repertory
185
Liszt and the German Critics
203
Appendix A Periodical Sigla and Abbreviations
219
Frequently Cited Secondary Sources
225
Longer Quotations from Contemporary Foreign
279
Liszt Letters in Vormarz Periodicals
290
Bibliography
301
Index
323
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