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>> One of the best performer of Liszt compositions... [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L0Rncqx1yQ]Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6[/url] (<<YouTube video) performanced by ✟ [artist]Georges Cziffra[/artist] ✟
"People who claim Liszt had no artistic vision or emotion in his work simply don't listen carefully enough." People who claim that disqualify themselves from serious discussions about his music. Some of his piano work is just magic (hungarian rhapsody no 3, trancendental etude no 10), his artistic intentions are all over the place.
Anyone that for even a moment thinks Liszt had not artistic vision or emotion has obviously not listened to Faust. It's darker, and hits a deeper emotional chord in me than ANY piece of metal music ever has.
I swear... People who claim Liszt had no artistic vision or emotion in his work simply don't listen carefully enough. I keep finding myself absolutely dumbstruck over his compositions... Even thinking of listening to some of his pieces makes me feel like fainting, no kidding. Lisztomania's not dead.
I love F.Liszt and I love the performance of the concert pianist Jean-Marc SAVELLI
Liebestraume (rêve d'Amour/Love dream), les "funérailles", or Rhapsody hongroise n°2