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Liszt: Piano Concerto 1 No. 1 in E-flat Major

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Franz Liszt - Concertos :
Piano Concerto 1, No. 1
Piano Concerto 1  No. 1  in E-flat Major by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: E-flat Major Year: 1854
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (8037 kB)

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xx LISZT - Piano Concerto No.1 in E-flat Major - Enzo (solo, NO orchestra)
April 30, 2011, 01:04:21 AM by emill

posted June 27, 2011

2nd mvt: 5:34       3rd mvt: 10:00       4th mvt: 13:54

A lot of things WENT WRONG !!! Angry The whole Manila was flooded by severe rainfall brought about by a tropical storm. The venue was flooded  Shocked.... the orchestra members could not come ... many were NOT able to go home the night before due to floods and were dead tired and sleepy ... we had to postpone the recital which Enzo prepared so hard for to June 30 instead of June 25.

And Enzo was obviously upset and distracted, so were we. Since we were already there ... we decided that we might as well do some practice & recording .... hope you like it despite the No-Orchestra setup. BTW ... we had to cut portions where his teacher gives guidance and parts for the orchestra were shortened. Thanks for listening and watching.


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posted April 30, 2011

YT VIDEO _ 1st and 2nd movements.  We wish, while the
learning process is still in the early stages, for other opinions and
viewpoints in order to broaden our understanding and performance.  
Enzo has been working on this Liszt concerto and several other pieces for
a solo recital on June 25, 2011.  We will ever be so grateful for any inputs.  
THANKS !!!!! Smiley
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May 20, 2011

Allow me to bump this post with the 3rd & 4th movements of
Piano Concerto No.1 by Franz Liszt.
 We really wish there would be
some inputs as the recital will be in 5-6 weeks ... it seems it is the dad who is
becoming jittery!!     hehheee

xx cziffra Liszt piano concerto
February 16, 2011, 05:21:09 PM by thompson_321

I am searching for a rare recording of Cziffra playing the Liszt piano concerto no. 1 with the Hungarian State Orchestra conducted by Vandernoot. I had it on this vinyl with pictures of skeletons on the front. I lent it out and it never came back. I was wondering if anyone has it, and could possibly make a copy for me? Thanks.

xx Re: Alexei Grynyuk - the Octave Marvel
July 15, 2008, 07:35:38 PM by c0nfused

Ok, I don't actually care about who is the fastest octave player in the world, but i saw this topic and Argerich immediately came to my mind. I don't know if she is any faster, maybe you should count notes in slow motion so that we can get the octaves per second rate.. Anyway here are 2 videos of her playing:

Tchaikovsky 3rd part octaves:

Liszt 1st concerto beginning:

April 05, 2008, 12:54:18 PM by franz_

Someone played it and can share with me some opinions, difficulties, advises,...

I am gonna startr it now.

xx Liszt Eb Concerto Live with Orchestra
May 24, 2007, 07:58:37 AM by pianiststrongbad

Hello everyone,
I posted some Godowsky Transcriptions last time I was here.  Here is something competely different.  Performed this last Saturday.  This was my first experience as a soloist with an orchestra.  Kinda scary.  The audio is taken from a camcorder, so it is not the best quality.  I may upload the video at some point.

Any feedback is greatly appreciated!

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