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Mephistopheles from Faust

Composer
Liszt
period
Romantic
instrument
Orchestra
type
Symphony

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Franz Liszt (Hungarian: Liszt Ferenc) (October 22, 1811 – July 31, 1886) was a Hungarian virtuoso pianist and composer. He was a renowned performer throughout Europe during the 19th century, noted especially for his showmanship and great skill with the keyboard. Today, he is generally considered to be one of the greatest pianists who ever lived. Liszt also contributed greatly towards the Romantic idiom; he is credited with the invention of the symphonic poem.


A photo of Franz Liszt late in life, by Nadar.Liszt studied and played at Vienna and Paris and for most of his early adulthood toured throughout Europe giving concerts. He is credited with inventing the modern piano recital, where his virtuosity earned him approbation by composers and performers alike. His great generosity with both time and money benefited the lives of many people: victims of disasters, orphans and the many students he taught for free. He also contributed to the Beethoven memorial fund.

His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concertos, which have entered the standard repertoire. He also made many exuberant piano transcriptions of operas, famous symphonies, Paganini Caprices, and Schubert Lieder. As would be expected from a pianist-composer of Liszt's virtuosity, many of his piano compositions are among the most technically challenging in the repertoire.

His music is well loved in part because of its melodic and emotional harmonies. He would often add a few pages of flashiness in his music to impress the young women. He deeply loved women and wrote many love songs for them.[1]


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