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Franz Liszt (1811-1886)

Donald Macleod reflects on Franz Liszt’s Hungarian story – he spent little time there and couldn’t speak the language but just how important to his music was the land of his birth?

Music Featured:

Hungarian Rhapsody No 8 in F sharp minor
Die Drei Zigeuner
Symphonic Poem: From the Cradle to the Grave
Fantasy on Motifs from Beethoven’s ‘Ruinen von Athen’
Variation on a Theme of Diabelli
Hungarian Rhapsody No 10 in E – ‘Preludio’
Hungarian Rhapsody No 5 in E minor ‘Heroide-elegiaque’
Six Grandes Etudes de Paganini – No 6 “La Campanella”
Fantasia on Hungarian Folk Themes
Hungarian Rhapsody No 15 ‘Rakoczy March’
Arbeiterchor
Symphonic Poem – ‘Hungaria’
Liebestraum No 1 ‘Hohe Lieb’
‘Magyarok Istene’ (version for organ)
2 Légendes – No 2 ‘St Francois de Paule marchant sur les flots’
Hungarian Coronation Mass – II. ‘Gloria’
Hungarian Rhapsody No 9 in flat ‘Pesther Carnival – II. Finale presto
Piano Concerto No 2 in A
Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 in D flat
Hungarian Rhapsody No 4 in d minor (orchestal arrangement)
Die Legende von der Heiligen Elisabeth – Part 2 (“Death of Elisabeth”; “Chorus of Angels”)
Hungarian Portraits – “Mosonyi Grabgeleit”
Cardas Macabre (arr. for Hungarian folk instruments)
Seven Sacramenta – Responsories V. ‘Extreme unctio’
Hungarian Rhapsody No 11 in a minor

Presented by Donald Macleod
Produced by Chris Wines

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