Domonkos Csabay – Liszt Complete Piano Music, Vol. 58: Music on National Themes (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Domonkos Csabay - Liszt Complete Piano Music, Vol. 58: Music on National Themes (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Domonkos Csabay
Album: Liszt Complete Piano Music, Vol. 58: Music on National Themes
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:12:00
Total Tracks: 17
Total Size: 1,10 GB

Tracklist:

01. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Canzone Napolitana, S. 248 (05:00)
02. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: 5 Hungarian Folksongs, S. 245: No. 1, Csak titokban akartalak szeretni (03:00)
03. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: 5 Hungarian Folksongs, S. 245: No. 2, Jaj beh szennyes az a maga kendöje (01:37)
04. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: 5 Hungarian Folksongs, S. 245: No. 3, Beh szomorú ez az élet én nékem (01:25)
05. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: 5 Hungarian Folksongs, S. 245: No. 4, Beh! sok falut, beh! sok várost bejártam (02:26)
06. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: 5 Hungarian Folksongs, S. 245: No. 5, Erdó, erdó, sürü erdó árnayában (02:39)
07. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Hussitenlied, S. 234 (After Krov) (07:50)
08. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: La cloche sonne, S. 238 (02:20)
09. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Faribolo Pasteur, S. 236 No. 1 (After Jasmin) (04:46)
10. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Chanson du Béarn, S. 236 No. 2 (05:48)
11. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Glanes de Woronince, S. 249: No. 1, Ballade d’Ukraïne (07:03)
12. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Glanes de Woronince, S. 249: No. 2, Mélodies polonaises (After Chopin’s Op. 74) (04:16)
13. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Glanes de Woronince, S. 249: No. 3, Complainte (05:39)
14. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: La Marseillaise, S. 237 (After Lisle) (04:54)
15. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Vive Henri IV, S. 239 (01:55)
16. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: God Save the Queen, S. 235 (06:21)
17. Domonkos Csabay – Liszt: Canzone Napolitana, S. 248a (04:54)

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Franz Liszt was involved in years of travel as a virtuoso pianist, enjoying the wildest adulation of audiences in a frenzied period that became known as Lisztomania. The appeal of his programmes included appropriate national tributes, and Liszt had recourse to varied musical sources as stimulus for these kinds of composition. From the lovely Canzone napolitana that uses a melody of unknown origin and the Hungarian Folk Songs that formed part of Liszts triumphant return to his native land, to a spectacular paraphrase of God Save the Queen that might have amused Queen Victoria, these rousing musical gifts are all evidence of a composer/ pianist at the height of his inventiveness.

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