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Letters of Franz Liszt — Volume 2: from Rome to the End by Franz Liszt;Translator -- La Mara Constance Bache
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Letters of Franz Liszt, Volume 2: "From Rome to the End"

by Franz Liszt; letters collected by La Mara and translated by
Constance Bache




CONTENTS



BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
FRONTISPIECE TO VOLUME II, HONORING LISZT
TABLE OF LETTER CONTENTS
THE LETTERS OF FRANZ LISZT, VOL. 2



BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH



The Austrio-Hungarian composer Franz Liszt (1811-1886) was a
pianistic miracle. He could play anything on site and composed
over 400 works centered around "his" instrument. Among his key
works are his Hungarian Rhapsodies, his Transcendental Etudes,
his Concert Etudes, his Etudes based on variations of
Paganinini's Violin Caprices and his Sonata, one of the most
important of the nineteenth century. He also wrote thousands of