Gábor Farkas - Liszt: Opera and Song for Solo Piano mp3 downloadPerformer: Gábor Farkas
Title: Liszt: Opera and Song for Solo Piano
Location: Steinway Hall, New York City
Released: February 10, 2017
Date of recording: March 7, 2016 - March 9, 2016
Size MP3 version: 1441 mb
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Gábor Farkas - Liszt: Opera and Song for Solo Piano mp3 download
Label: Steinway and Sons. Liszt: Opera & Song for Solo Piano. Gábor Farkas (b. 1981) began his music studies in the age of five and holds an MA and DLA degree in piano performance and teaching from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest. He was also student of Prof. William Grant Naboré at the International Piano Academy Lake Como, in Italy. Beside of the mentioned labels, Gábor Farkas made also recordings for the Hungaroton, Brilliant Classics labels and he will make his new solo album for the Steinway & Sons record label. Booklet for Liszt: Opera & Song for Solo Piano. HighRes-Studio Master files are lossless at various sample rates from 4. kHz up to 384 kHz or 1-bit (. 224 MHz) for DSD. Studio Master: FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec).
Liszt: Totentanz, S525 for solo piano. Gábor Farkas (piano). From the word go you know you are in a safe pair of hands – not that Farkas is inclined to play it safe when it comes to tempi and the music’s more perilous passages – with a warm, velvety sound throughout his wide dynamic range, and an innate grasp of Liszt’s idiom. Liszt, Ferencz (1811-86). Liszt: Aida Di Verdi - Danza Sacra e Duetto Finale S436.
Valse de l'opera Faust de Gounod, S407/R166 02. Verdi-Aida: Danza sacra e duetto final, S436/R269 03. 6 Chants polonais, S. 480: No. 2. Fruhling (Wiosna, Spring) 0. 25/01/2019 Michele Campanella - Liszt: The Complete Wagner & Verdi Transcriptions (2013).
Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Opera and song transcriptions for solo piano Paraphrase on a waltz from Gounod’s Faust, S407 (1861) Paraphrase on themes from Verdi’s Aïda (1876?) 6 Polish Songs (After Chopin), S480 (1857-1860) No. 2 Wiosna No. 5 Moja pieszczotka Isolde’s ‘Liebestod’ from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, S447 (1867) Songs of Clara Schumann, S569 (1874) No. 8 Warum willst du andere fragen? . It features the Hungarian pianist Gábor Farkas (b. 1981), who graduated from the Liszt Academy, Budapest, in 2006. Two years later he won the International Liszt Piano Competition, and has since recorded several Liszt albums for Warner. SL certainly know how to record a piano; indeed, their recent album, America Again, was one of my top picks for 2016.
Listen to music from Gábor Farkas like Hungarian Rhapsody, for piano No. 12 in C-sharp minor (aka "No. 2"), S. 244/12. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gábor Farkas. Connect to this site.
Gábor Farkas, Category: Artist, Albums: Farkas: Orchestral Music, Vol. 5, The Schumann Album, Liszt: Opera & Song for Solo Piano, The Soul of Lady Harmsworth, Korngold: Violin Concerto, Violin Sonata, Biography: With the exception of a stint in Italy, the young pianist Gábor Farkas is a product of pure Hungarian tradition, differing in this from the multinational training common to so many artists of international stature. Monthly Listeners: 993, Where People Listen: Mexico City, New York City, São Paulo, Barcelona, Santiago. Farkas obliged with Liszt: Opera and Song for Solo Piano, a program of Liszt's piano arrangements of his own music in other media.
The highly-regarded Hungarian-born pianist Gábor Farkas has, in the decade since winning the International Liszt Piano Competition in Weimar alongside the coveted Audience Prize in the same competition in 2009, come to be recognised internationally as a wholly exceptional artist. As the distinguished British authority on pianists and the repertoire of the piano, Jeremy Nicholas, noted in The Gramophone: "Liszt's technical challenges are met and surpassed in an impressive debut. Appropriately, he marked the release with a concert in the same hall, playing the very same piano.
He composed art song, solo piano music, chamber music, oratorio, choral music, opera, ballet music, and orchestral music. Sonoma County resident Betany Coffland blends two of her passions, opera and flowers, to create her lyrical and musically inspired floral bouquets for her floral studio Chloris Floral.
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Complete Music for Solo Piano, Volume 18: Liszt at the Theatre. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Franz Liszt.
|1||Faust, S 407 Paraphrase on a Waltz||Gábor Farkas||10:57|
|2||Aida, S 436 Paraphrase on themes||Gábor Farkas||11:24|
|Polish Songs for Piano, S 480|
|3||Frühling (Spring) Frédéric Chopin||Gábor Farkas||2:42|
|4||Meine Freuden (My Joys) Frédéric Chopin||Gábor Farkas||4:02|
|5||Tristan, S 447 Isolde's "Liebestod"||Gábor Farkas||7:03|
|Lieder for Piano, S 569|
|6||Warum willst du and're fragen? Clara Wieck Schumann||Gábor Farkas||2:15|
|7||Ich hab' in deinem Auge Clara Wieck Schumann||Gábor Farkas||2:07|
|8||Geheimes Flüstern hier und dort Clara Wieck Schumann||Gábor Farkas||3:12|
|9||Widmung for Piano, S 566 Robert Schumann||Gábor Farkas||3:54|
|10||Totentanz, S 525 Franz Liszt||Gábor Farkas||16:05|
CreditsAnilda Carrasquillo - Design
Frédéric Chopin - Composer
Eugène Delacroix - Paintings
Gábor Farkas - Piano, Primary Artist
Eric Feidner - Executive Producer
Jon Feidner - Executive Producer, Producer
Jens F. Laurson - Liner Notes
Franz Liszt - Arranger, Composer
Clara Wieck Schumann - Composer
Robert Schumann - Composer
Daniel Shores - Mastering, Mixing
Lauren Sturm - Engineer, Piano Technician
Kazumi Umeda - Editing