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Orchestral works are rare, and the choral works after the completion of Christus tend to be on a small scale without orchestral accompaniment.
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It has long been asserted that, in his last years, Liszt grappled with a great many ideas about the possible future that music might take, even prefiguring the destruction of the Romanticism of which he was so much a part. There is nothing experimental about this music, whatever a number of commentators have suggested: Even little album-leaves take on the characteristics of a new order of musical thinking. Whether the mood is nostalgic, miserable, unworldly, elegiac or even patriotic, the old language no longer serves.
And the old virtuosity is almost completely absent: Although the piece is by no means dissonantly atonal, it is true that no tonality ever holds sway. The ostensible key, G minor, is strained by dissonance, first growling then lyrical, not at all resolved by the enigmatic cadence. As we have seen, Antonia Raab, who died in , was a pupil of Liszt, and her poetry which inspired Schlaflos! But it is easy to imagine the thought behind this miniature, where the tossing and turning is resolved by a simple transformation of the theme and the arrival of tonality which brings rest.
Petite valse Nachspiel zu den drei vergessenen Walzer , Sd ? The manuscript in the Goethe-Schiller Archive is in a terrible state: The piece consists of bars of music, and a final change of key signature indicating a return to earlier material. This is simply too haunting a piece to discard unheard.
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It is also from this period that we have one of his most original conceptions for piano and orchestra: The work is performed here in its final version: Plainsong themes were important to Liszt, both for reasons of his faith and because of their intrinsic musical value, and whilst one might expect to encounter them more often in the works of his Roman period in the s, they feature over the whole range of his composing life.
Liszt introduces the material dramatically: Finally, the piano reiterates the first two phrases alone. Variation I is a double variation where bassoon and violas play a new rhythmic counterpoint to the first two phrases in the lower strings, which the piano then repeats, and then clarinet and bassoon are in counterpoint with the strings for the third phrase, again repeated by the piano, which takes control of Variation II, with a new counter-theme from the horn and multiple glissandos from the soloist.
Oboes and clarinets add another new counter-theme in Variation III, whilst Variation IV is a much freer affair for solo piano cp where each phrase is introduced in four-voice canon. So far the work has remained firmly in D minor, but the piano now takes very gentle wing in a delicate cadenza leading to B major and thence to G minor, where a lone clarinet joins in for ten bars before D minor is abruptly restored in the brilliant transition to Variation V. This fugato uses just the first two phrases of the theme for its subject and leads to a development in which the full orchestra plays a part.
The section is brought to an end by a grand cadenza which makes a brief excursion into F sharp major before bringing matters to a close in D minor. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format.
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