A New Liszt List #2223
. . . some extraordinarily effective transcriptions and original works by the romantic-era’s foremost virtuoso.
FRANZ LISZT (trans. Harlow): Transcendental Etudes (No. 1, Preludio; No. 2, Fusées; No. 5, Feux follets; No. 6, Vision) –Randall Harlow (1927 Casavant-2001 Schantz/St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, Mahtomedi, MN) Pro Organo 7278
LISZT (trans. Deutsch): Il penseroso (No. 2); Fantasy-Sonata Aprés une lecture de Dante (No. 7), fr Années de Pelerinage II/Italie –Helmut Deutsch (2014 Winterhalter/St. Gebhard Parish Church, Konstanz-Petershausen, Germany) OGM 171021
Filler – Feux follets, fr Transcendental Etudes (see above)
LISZT (arr. Dupré): Fantasy after Meyerbeer (Ad nos, ad salutarem undam) –German Radio Philharmonic, Saarbrücken-Kaiserslautern/Martin Haselböck; Christian Schmitt (2005 Karl Schuke/Philharmonie Luxembourg) cpo 777 472
Filler – Czaredas Obstiné (see above)
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