Franz Liszt

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Noun1.Franz Liszt - Hungarian composer and piano virtuoso (1811-1886)Franz Liszt - Hungarian composer and piano virtuoso (1811-1886)
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1850: Franz Liszt conducted the first performance of Wagner's opera Lohengrin.
Bratislava reads the BibleThe State Philharmonic in Bratislava, conducted by Rastislav Star, played its tribute to Notre Dame on April 17 in the Reduta building.Apart from masterpieces by Johann Sebastian Bach, Joseph Haydn, Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms, a recital entitled Juraj Kukura Reads the Bible was part of the concert.
Franz Liszt was the rock star pianist of his generation, and his compositions continue to amaze and challenge pianists.
The show titled 'Romantic Revolutionaries' featured classic works by some of the all-time greatest romantic-era composers, including Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann and others.
1822 - Franz Liszt's (11) debut as pianist Isabella Colbran.
In the literature of composer biographies, the monumental three-volume biography of Franz Liszt written by Alan Walker stands out as a masterpiece, presenting for the reader an unparalleled account of this composer's life and music.
What nationality was the pianist and composer Franz Liszt? 9.
He has been a prize winner in several international competitions ever since, including the 6th International Piano Seiler Competition in Palermo, the 7th Franz Liszt International Piano Competition "Premio Mario Zanfi" in Parma and 3rd Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Wroclaw.
Summarizing the life, career, music, and influence of Franz Liszt is a colossal undertaking.
Posters boldly declared that she was a pupil of the celebrated Hungarian pianist Franz Liszt -- a blatant lie.
| 1811: Franz Liszt, composer and piano virtuoso was born near Sopron, Hungary.