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Liszt: Historical Hungarian Portraits

Jenő Jandó

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Historische ungarische Bildnisse, S. 205  
1.1
No. 1, Széchenyi István
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
3:13
1.2
No. 2, Eötvös József
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
2:20
1.3
No. 3, Vörösmarty Mihály
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
4:48
1.4
No. 4, Teleki László
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
4:23
1.5
No. 5, Deák Ferenc
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
2:41
1.6
No. 6, Petõfi Sándor
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
5:50
1.7
No. 7, Mosonyi Mihály
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
6:42
1.8
R.W. Venezia, S. 201
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
2:54
1.9
Am Grabe Richard Wagners, S. 202
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
3:00
1.10
La lugubre gondola, S. 200 (3rd Version)
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
9:36
1.11
Schlaflos! Frage und Antwort, S. 203
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
2:01
1.12
A magyarok istene, S. 543
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
4:22
1.13
Dem Andenken Petőfis, S. 195
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
3:34
1.14
Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch, S. 206
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
7:48
1.15
Mosonyi gyászmenete, S. 194
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
6:14
1.16
Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, S. 179 (After J.S. Bach's BWV 12)
Franz Liszt; Jenő Jandó
6:52
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Total Playing Time    76:18
Born at Raiding in Hungary in 1811, the son of Adam Liszt, a steward in the service of Haydn’s former patrons, the Esterházy princes, Franz Liszt had early encouragement from members of the Hungarian nobility, allowing him in 1822 to go to Vienna, for lessons with Czerny and a famous meeting with Beethoven. From there he moved to Paris, where Cherubini refused him admission to the Conservatoire, as a foreigner. Nevertheless, he was able to impress audiences by his performance, now supported by the Erard family, piano manufacturers whose wares he was able to advertise in the concert tours on which he embarked. Liszt is perhaps best known for his invention of the symphonic poem. The works on this release are performed by Hungarian pianist Jeno Jandó.
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