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Hexameron - Morceau de concert-Grand Variations de bravoure

Hexameron - Morceau de concert-Grand Variations de bravoure
Hexameron - Morceau de concert-Grand Variations de bravoure
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Author/Composer:Author/Composer:Franz Liszt
Genre:Genre:Classical
Description:Description:Hexaméron, Morceau de concert, S.392, is a collaborative work for solo piano, consisting of six variations on a theme, along with an introduction, connecting interludes and a finale. The theme is the "March of the Puritans" from Vincenzo Bellini's opera I puritani. The piece was conceived in 1837 by Franz Liszt, who composed the introduction, the second variation, the connecting sections and the finale, and integrated the piece into an artistic unity. He invited five other popular composer-performers of the day to contribute a variation each: Frédéric Chopin, Carl Czerny, Henri Herz, Johann Peter Pixis and Sigismond Thalberg.
Performers:Performers:Setrak Setrakian Live in 1978
Instruments:Instruments:Piano
File Type:File Type:Mp3
File Size:File Size:18.2 MB
Time:Time:18:56
External Site:External Site:www.setrakian.net
Play Count:Play Count:137
Added: Oct 6, 2011      Last update: Oct 7, 2011


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