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Liszt: Chapelle de Guillaume Tell No. 1

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Franz Liszt - Années de pélerinage, First Year: Switzerland :
Chapelle de Guillaume Tell, No. 1
Chapelle de Guillaume Tell  No. 1  by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: n/a Published: 1855
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1124 kB)


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xx F. Liszt: Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (Années de pèlerinage: Première année)
January 01, 2011, 09:34:17 PM by reelypiano

Hi!

I am a 17 year old piano student dreaming of becoming a concert pianist (see http://www.pianostreet.com/smf/index.php?topic=39526.0 ) For a quick summary, here is the repertoire I'm currently studying:
Liszt - Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (now finished)
Grieg - Fra ungdomsdagene (lyric pieces, book 8 ) (working towards perfection)
Sommerfeldt - Sonatine no. 2 (just starting)
Haydn - sonata in F major, Hob.XVI: 29 (just starting),
as well as taking up again Chopin's nocturne in f minor op. 55 no. 1 and Khatchaturjan's toccata in e flat minor for competition purposes. I have only been really practising seriously for about 2 years now. For more details, look at the abovementioned thread.

This recording was made rather in a hurry before the piece was finished, so there are some mistakes here and there, but try to ignore them. They are all gone by now Wink This is meant as a supplement to the thread I linked to at the start of the post, but feel free to post comments about the playing in general - I'd appreciate YOUR opinion! Cheesy

V


xx Liszt: Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (Années de pèlerinage) (Second attempt)
January 02, 2011, 10:05:23 PM by reelypiano

Hi!

I am a 17 year old piano student dreaming of becoming a concert pianist (see http://www.pianostreet.com/smf/index.php?topic=39526.0 ) For a quick summary, here is the repertoire I'm currently studying:
Liszt - Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (now finished)
Grieg - Fra ungdomsdagene (lyric pieces, book 8 ) (working towards perfection)
Sommerfeldt - Sonatine no. 2 (just starting)
Haydn - sonata in F major, Hob.XVI: 29 (just starting),
as well as taking up again Chopin's nocturne in f minor op. 55 no. 1 and Khatchaturjan's toccata in e flat minor for competition purposes. I have only been really practising seriously for about 2 years now. For more details, look at the abovementioned thread.

This recording was made rather in a hurry before the piece was finished, so there are some mistakes here and there, but try to ignore them. They are all gone by now Wink This is meant as a supplement to the thread I linked to at the start of the post, but feel free to post comments about the playing in general - I'd appreciate YOUR opinion!

V

PS. This is the version of the thread with working sound. The recording in the other thread (I posted it yesterday) didn't work.


xx Start of an Année de Pelerinage Project
July 08, 2011, 04:17:03 PM by Steffen Fahl

Here is the first step of my Année de Pelerinage Project. Chapelle de Guilliaume Tell. I had allways much respect for this piece. On one hand it is not at all the kind of breathtaking virtousity-stuff with haunting melodies like many pieces composed for the success on stage. I know that this is not the way this piece might ever convince anyone. On the other hand it shows the pathetic seriousness which affords a wide range of romantic interpretational means to make the naked score to the musical speech of a Liszt who composed for his musical ideas more than for any audiance. I like this attitude and would like to reflect it with my interpretation. As all my projects this is done with a Fazioli-sampleset and intensiv editing of the mididata. I am curious what you think about this realisation.
best
Steffen


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