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Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886


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  • Variants

    • List, Frant͡s, 1811-1886
    • Liszt, Ferenc, 1811-1886
    • Liszt, F. (Franz), 1811-1886
    • Liszt, Franciszek, 1811-1886
    • List, Ferent͡s, 1811-1886
    • Liszt, Francesco, 1811-1886
    • Lists, F., 1811-1886
    • Liszt, Ferencz, 1811-1886
    • Liszt, Francisco, 1811-1886
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  • Sources

    • found: Schumann, R. Phantasie C-Dur op. 17 [SR] 1979? (a.e.)label (Liszt, Franz (Ferenc))
    • found: His Anni di pellegrinaggio, c1951:t.p. (F. Liszt)
    • found: Dybowski, S. Franciszek Liszt, 1986.
    • found: Chopin, F. Sonata za piano v si bemol minor op 35 [SR] 1985?:label (Ferent͡s List)
    • found: Shih, S. Kang chʻin tu tsou [SR] p1980:label (Li-ssu-tʻe)
    • found: Liszt, F. 3 sonetti di Petrarca, 1846:v. 1, t.p. (Francesco Liszt)
    • found: Rīgas Sv. Alberta baznīcas ērg̓eles, 1991:label (F. Lists)
    • found: New Grove(Liszt, Franz (Ferenc); b. Oct. 22, 1811, Raiding, near Sopron, d. July 31, 1886, Bayreuth; Hungarian composer, pianist and teacher)
    • found: Liszt, F. Koronázási mise, 1870:t.p. (Liszt Ferencz; Francisco Liszt)
  • LC Classification

    • ML410.L7
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Guidelines for Liszt authority records: 1) In general, consider compositions labeled as transcriptions (excepting opera transcriptions) to be arrangements. 2) In general, consider compositions labeled as paraphrases, fantasies, reminiscences, etc. to be adaptations by Liszt. 3) All opera transcriptions, paraphrases, fantasies, etc. should be considered adaptations by Liszt. 4) In general, treat arrangements by Liszt of his own works as different expressions of the same work. If it is unclear what is the original medium of performance, and the versions are for the same broad medium of performance, consider the versions to be one work with multiple mediums of performance. If the medium of performance is significantly different between versions, consider the versions to be different works. 5) In general, consider revisions of works that continue to use the same title of the original version to be different expressions of the same work. Consider a significant change in title as evidence of a new work.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-09-14: new
    • 2018-12-19: revised
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