Liszt’s ‘Tarantella’ (S. 162) features on Benjamin Grosvenor’s album ‘Homages’ which explores hidden connections between works written centuries apart. In this new recording Benjamin explores works by great composers paying tribute to their predecessors.
Daniil Trifonov – Franz Liszt – 3 Etudes de Concert, S.144, No.3 In D-Flat Major "Un sospiro" (Allegro affettuoso) – Live from Berlin, Yellow Lounge
Transcendental is the new solo release by Russian shooting star Daniil Trifonov. The repertoire is Liszt’s Complete Concert Etudes. These Etudes remain amongst the most challenging piano pieces ever composed – and are rarely recorded or performed.
Music video for No.3 In D-Flat "Un sospiro" (Allegro affettuoso). (C) 2017 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin
Liszt’s 'Campanella' (or, to give it its proper name, the sixth of the Grandes études de Paganini) is famously one of the most difficult pieces ever written for piano. But no one seems to have told Daniil Trifonov.
The nickname Campanella means 'little bell' – because the melody of the piece comes from Paganini's Second Violin Concerto, which features a handbell.
Mais música transcendente, em todos os sentidos. O décimo primeiro dos 12 Estudos de Execução Transcendente que Franz Liszt compôs e dedicou ao seu professor de piano, pelo pianista russo Boris Berezovsky. É já dia 15 de Fevereiro no Grande Auditório da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.