LISZT WILDE JAGD PDF

A crop of mythological barnacles that have come to encrust the Lisztian boat through no doing of his own, other than having added the evocative titles to some of the Transcendentals in the versions alone. With the title absent, like with the op. Cast them into outer darkness and concentrate on and relish the abstract musical ride Liszt provides you with instead. It is much more powerful as well as endlessly more interesting in every respect.

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A crop of mythological barnacles that have come to encrust the Lisztian boat through no doing of his own, other than having added the evocative titles to some of the Transcendentals in the versions alone. With the title absent, like with the op. Cast them into outer darkness and concentrate on and relish the abstract musical ride Liszt provides you with instead.

It is much more powerful as well as endlessly more interesting in every respect. Edit: "Could you tell me what exactly the "hunt motifs" are in this case?

Is it the descending chords in dotted rhythm? It helps if we are familiar with some of the stock gestures and contours of Italian opera of the time say - , the gestural conventions of which Liszt as well as Chopin drew on, not so much by some kind of direct quotation -- though that happens too -- but by making them implicit in their own gestures, a form of allusion.

The evident tension between these somewhat extreme varieties of gesture not only provides ambiguity but the dramatic contrast his sonata form ground plan requires.

Allusions is what all these must remain, though, just like the title provided is but a quiet nudge pointing the performer the way with a mere twitch of the eyebrow to the landscape this work might inhabit. Beyond that, Wilde Jagd is a concentrated study in fierce savagery and great subtlety of expression contained by the strength of the boundary inherent in sonata form.

Up to and including the reading, the d-minor study is quite as abstract as Wilde Jagd, or the f-minor study remained. All the best,.

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However, the remaining pieces never materialized. In , he returned to the etudes once again and fashioned them into their final form. Liszt removed some of the difficulties, including stretches larger than a tenth, to accommodate pianists with smaller hands and less technical skill. This final set Liszt dedicated to his former teacher, Carl Czerny. At its conclusion, the first theme is answered by a more melodic second theme in E-flat major, derived from the material of the first and imitating in stereotypical fashion the sounds of hunting horns. The second theme is followed by an episodic section in which a new, but still related, melody emerges accompanied by ethereal arpeggios, portraying quite vividly the paranormal state of the hunt and the riders hovering eerily above the ground in pursuit of their prey. Assuming a quasi-sonata form, the motives of the first theme return in the tonic key of C minor but quickly depart again, leading to a climatic return of the second theme in C major.

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Werke des Wunderkindes[ Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten ] Op. Jugendwerke[ Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten ] Op. Erste Version komponiert , erster Konzertvortrag durch Liszt am 7. April in Paris.

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