Tarantella (8:30)

Cover of Liszt (Yundi Li)

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  • vikomte

    Mei Rui

    23 Feb 2012 Reply
  • spring66

    who is playing?

    27 Oct 2011 Reply
  • barco808


    6 Oct 2011 Reply
  • prominence_la

    Cripes, this guy has some SKILL... [2]

    2 May 2011 Reply
  • out-of-stepXXX

    ganz schön fetzig...!!

    17 Apr 2011 Reply
  • goofylaf

    studies Liszt my whole life.... nothing beats the original!

    8 Apr 2011 Reply
  • kakataaa


    4 Feb 2011 Reply
  • SatanIsMyHomie

    Cripes, this guy has some SKILL...

    13 Jan 2011 Reply
  • sobeya

    isnt it also tarantula did the dance ritual resemble them doing what?

    2 Jan 2011 Reply

    The term "tarantella" originally referred to an exorcism ritual that existed in Greece around the year 2000 BC and was connected to the gods Dionysus and Apollo (the Greek gods of wine and music). It continued on in southern Italy, an area known as Magna Grecia (greater Greece). Années de pèlerinage (Years of Pilgrimage) (S.160, S.161, S.163) is a set of three suites by Franz Liszt for solo piano. The title Années de pèlerinage refers to Goethe’s famous novel of self-realization, Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship. 3.Tarantella (using themes by Guillaume-Louis Cottrau, 1797–1847)).Venezia e Napoli is a supplement to his second year in Italy, and this Tarentella is the third part of that set in the second of suites composed in Italy. Liszt was said by his contemporaries to have been the most technically advanced pianist of his age and perhaps the greatest pianist of all time. The piano was 89 years old when he was born. (He was a Steven Tyler of the day.)

    31 Dec 2010 Reply
  • midlifelady

    yyyes, Liszt is so,so fantastic!! and if somebody read his story, he want to be much more fascinated

    1 Dec 2010 Reply
  • danielpritchet

    creepy ass picture, and a very somber piece of music, yet i dig.

    12 Nov 2010 Reply
  • jeffyskate

    Liszt comes a little before the era of classical I love... but he really resonates with me - fantastic, brilliant composer

    21 Oct 2010 Reply
  • BuchoFandango


    19 Aug 2010 Reply
  • doodlemouse101

    this is making the kitten climb the walls heehee

    27 Jul 2010 Reply
  • facileliebes

    ^^ cool

    22 Jul 2010 Reply
  • ladycaroledowns


    15 Jul 2010 Reply
  • rosmaritbrum

    Pianissímo....very cool..............

    14 Jun 2010 Reply
  • CaliCaliMoFali

    Dramatis pianistico!! Bravo!!

    1 Apr 2010 Reply
  • firsthope


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