Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest

Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest
Unknown Versions of Liszt's Works from the Archive of the Liszt Museum in Budapest

For several years, the Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Centre of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music has sought to draw the attention to the rare, unpublished manuscripts held in its collections. The most recent publication, a so-called digibook consists of a DVD and a study.
The value of these mostly unknown manuscripts is all the greater, since these transcriptions of works by Liszt were either made by the composer himself or he sanctioned them by only asking for minor revisions. Thus, each of these versions can, to a certain extent, be considered an authentic Liszt work. In the recordings, made by the AVISO Studio, the works are performed by professors of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, while the accompanying texts give information on both the works and performers in four languages (HU, EN, DE, FR).

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Recorded transcriptions:
Liszt Ferenc – Carl Tausig: Faust Symphony, transcription for piano solo
Liszt Ferenc – Leopold Alexander Zellner: “Gretchen” movement of the Faust Symphony, transcription for violin, viola, violoncello, piano, harp and harmonium
Liszt Ferenc – Friedrich Wilhelm Stade: “Gretchen” movement of the Faust Symphony, transcription for piano and harmonium
Liszt Ferenc: Jeanne d’Arc au bûcher, dramatic scene with accompaniment for piano-orgue
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Katalin Halmai, Gábor Homoki, Jenő Jandó, Barnabás Kelemen, Dóra Kokas, István Lajkó, István Lantos, Balázs Szokolay, Diána Szőke, Andrea Vigh
Author of study: Dr. Zsuzsanna Domokos
Editor: Lívia Hajdú
Producer: Gergely Lakatos
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60600000000
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500 g/pcs